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LinuxPR: AnywhereYouGo.Com Selects Lutris Technologies' Enhydra Server

Apr 03, 2000, 22:37 (0 Talkback[s])

"Lutris Technologies Inc., an Open Source enterprise software and services company, today announced that its Enhydra Open Source JavaTM/XML application server has been selected to power AnywhereYouGo.com, the premier community site for wireless Internet developers and IT managers. AnywhereYouGo.com provides industry news and reports, directories of developers and applications, online training, tutorials, and discussion groups to developers, IT managers and wireless infrastructure providers from more than 60 countries."

""The ongoing success of AnywhereYouGo.com is strong evidence that Open Source technology is more than capable of powering large-scale, mission-critical applications," stated Yancy Lind, president and CEO, Lutris Technologies. "We're extremely pleased that Enhydra is such an important part of this valuable resource to the global community of wireless application developers.""

"Due to the ever-changing requirements of the wireless application development community, AnywhereYouGo.com needed a highly flexible, scalable and easily maintainable technology infrastructure on which to build its site. Since wireless developers look to AnywhereYouGo.com to provide the most up-to-date information about the wireless industry, content on the site must be constantly updated. Enhydra's unique technology, Enhydra XMLCTM, effectively separates presentation logic from business logic, enabling changes to the "look and feel," or presentation layer, of AnywhereYouGo.com to be made without requiring additional Java coding in the business logic layer. Conversely, modifications in the business logic layer can be made without disrupting the interface. Thus, Enhydra XMLC greatly improves efficiency and allows for quick updates of news and resources for the dynamic community of wireless developers. Additionally, since Enhydra is an Open Source technology, AnywhereYouGo.com can modify the application's source code as needed, without waiting for additional product releases from a commercial software vendor."

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