InfoWorld: Open-source apps server embraces Java, wirelessMar 24, 2000, 19:40 (2 Talkback[s])
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"In its new edition, an open-source application server can now host wireless programs and run server-side Java code, changes that could make the offering a more attractive alternative to products from the likes of BEA Systems and IBM."
"Lutris Technologies' Enhydra 3.0 is a new release of a program first introduced a little more than a year ago. By combining Enhydra with other open-source software such as Linux and the Apache Web server, companies can run complex Web applications on a foundation of community software."
"The basic Enhydra engine can be downloaded and deployed for free. For a fee, Lutris packages the software with documentation, certification testing, integrated free and third-party software, and various consulting and support services."
"Lutris officials say 25,000 copies of Enhydra have been downloaded so far."
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