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Sun Announces GlassFish V2 Beta At AJAXWorld

The GlassFish V2 beta, is now available for dowload, and incorporates enterprise functionality from Java App Server EE

Sun Microsystems announced a beta release of GlassFish V2, which is based on Java EE 5. Sun will also a release the Sun Web Developer Pack, the toolkit that enables development of RIA with Java. Sun wil make these two announcements at the AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 East  in New York City. The conference and expo will take place at the historic Roosevelt Hotel through Wednesday, March 21.

The GlassFish V2 beta, is now available for dowload, and incorporates enterprise functionality from Java App Server EE, including clustering, administration, and load balancing. Web Services Interoperability with Microsoft Windows environments is one of the new fetures.

Sun Microsytems is a Gold Sponsor of AJAXWorld Conference & Expo.

Grey Muray Delivering Enterprise AJAX Using Java Session
Java technologies are the backbone of many of the conventional web applications services in use today. The emergence of AJAX and Web 2.0 does not require that we scrap all of our web applications though it does cause us to think differently in how we design and manage our applications and services. This talk will cover building enterprise Web 2.0 style applications using Java.

Speaker Bio: Greg Murray is the AJAX architect for Sun Microsystems and recently a Java Rock Star. Greg has been deeply involved in the AJAX movement through his participation in the OpenAjax Alliance and contributions to the Dojo Foundation's open-source JavaScript toolkit. Within Sun, Greg lead a grass roots effort advancing the integration of client-side scripting with Java technologies and is the creator and principal architect of Project jMaki.

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