"The Sun-Netscape Alliance... today announced the iPlanet...
Application Server 6.0 software, providing a rich application
development platform based on the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise
Edition (J2EE) standard and fulfilling the Alliance's promise to
deliver a single next-generation application server for companies
deploying large, transactional Web sites to compete in today's
exploding Net Economy."
"Anticipating J2EE certification later this month, the iPlanet
Application Server 6.0 software offers all the benefits of the open
Java technology standard combined with a heritage of market-leading
deployment capabilities and backwards compatibility for Sun
NetDynamics(TM) and Netscape Application Server applications. The
product is designed to provide seamless migration for applications
that support core technologies of J2EE and also integrates key
features of Sun and Netscape applications and tools already in use
by customers such as AXA Sun Life, Cable and Wireless HKT, E*TRADE,
First Union, France Telecom, National Discount Brokers, Oakley,
PayMyBills.com, and Visteon Automotive Systems."
"We've envisioned success designing with the J2EE specification
and look forward to deploying the iPlanet Application Server," said
Bob Whyte, chief technology officer of PayMyBills.com. "The
Alliance's value-added approach to the specification promises to
provide exactly what we've been looking for -- a solution that
meets our e-commerce requirements for reliability and performance
that is optimized for the emerging Java standards."
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