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ebizQ.net: JBoss Offers Open Source Content Management System

Jan 21, 2004, 15:00 (3 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Jason Greenwood for this link. ]

"JBoss Group LLC, 'provider of the most popular Java application server,' is shipping of Nukes on JBoss, an open source content management system (CMS) based entirely on Java. Led by Julien Viet, a full-time consultant for JBoss Group, the project grew out of the company's efforts to port PHP/PostNukes to Java and plug-ins 'with the aim of offering users an open, high performance system equipped with advanced functionalities,' JBoss says.

"In addition, JBoss announced that use of the open source JBoss server 'dramatically increased' in 2003. According to JBoss, a study conducted by BZ Research, the "Third Annual Java Use and Awareness Study," had 26.9 percent of respondents reporting using JBoss in their company or at companies for which they consult. 'The survey results are consistent with strong increased interest JBoss Group experienced over the course of 2003, as numerous new enterprise deployments confirmed JBoss as the safe, reliable choice for J2EE application servers,' JBoss says..."

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