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Tomitribe Introduces Community Partnership Program and Presents Java EE Sessions at JavaOne 2014 Conference
Tomitribe Introduces Community Partnership Program: New Model for Sustainable Open Source Eco-System.
SANTA MONICA, CA – SEPTEMBER 29, 2014 – Tomitribe (www.tomitribe.com), leading provider of enterprise services and support for Apache TomEE, today announced its launch of the Tomitribe Community Partnership Program at JavaOne 2014. The partnership program is a business and developer community driven effort to keep Open Source sustainable and successful.
Apache TomEE Wins Duke’s Choice Award and Geek Choice Award at JavaOne 2014
Open Source project, Apache TomEE, receives Oracle’s Duke’s Choice Award and RebelLabs’ Geek Choice Award at JavaOne, the premier Java technology conference.
SANTA MONICA, CA – SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 – Apache TomEE, the all-Apache Java EE 6 Web Profile certified stack, receives a Duke’s Choice Award and Geek Choice Award at JavaOne 2014. Oracle’s Duke’s Choice Award is given to innovative projects and efforts that are invaluable to the Java Community. RebelLabs’ annual Geek Choice Awards are awarded to the top 10 technologies that profoundly improve modern software development. The Award winners are to be announced at the JavaOne 2014 conference.
Tomitribe Announces Enterprise Service Support for Apache TomEE at JavaOne 2013
A Dedicated Enterprise Service Support Provider for Apache TomEE, a Java EE 6 Web Profile Certified Edition of Tomcat with More Than 70% Market Penetration
SANTA MONICA, CA – September 23, 2013 – Tomitribe, a dedicated Apache TomEE service and support provider, announced today at JavaOne the launch of its enterprise services for Apache TomEE and other open sources projects. Senior management will be joining Jelastic at booth #5004 to discuss the details of its consulting, training and support service levels. David Blevins, CEO and Founder of Tomitribe and Tim O’Brien, Chief Evangelist and Software Architect will also present key technical sessions in the Java EE Web Profile and Platform Technology track.
What’s in the news about Apache TomEE?
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|From Committers to Crew: Meet the Tomitribe
Voxxed – November 5, 2014
No OSS developer is an island! Meet the members of Tomitribe – the company formed around Apache lightweight open source Java server TomEE.
|TomEE wins Duke’s Choice Award
Java Magazine – September/October 2014
Settling a Debate: The Apache TomEE platform from the Apache Software Foundation effectively ends a debate that has raged for a decade between technologist preferring Java EE-compliant web application servers and those devoted to Apache Tomcat.
|The Aquarium – News from the Glassfish Community: Video Interview with David Blevins
Oracle Blog – July 28, 2014
David Blevins’ Java EE Sessions at JavaOne 2014
|JAXEnter video – A chat with Tomitribe chief David Blevins
JAXEnter – October 5, 2013
Hot on the heels of the announcement of new company Tomitribe, we catch up with TomEE creator David Blevins.
|Can TomEE Save Java EE?
InfoWorld – March 21, 2013
Founder of Apache TomEE project believes there’s life left in the Java EE programming model, leads the charge to prove it.
|Jelastic PaaS Provides Apache TomEE Support
eWeek – March 14, 2013
“The addition of TomEE, one of the fastest and the most user-friendly enterprise-ready application servers available, gives customers more choice as well as the opportunity to deliver the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 (Java EE 6) Web Profile in the simplest way possible.”
|Talking TomEE with David Blevins
JAXEnter – March 4, 2013
From November’s JAX Magazine, we sat down with TomEE’s David Blevins to discuss the project that takes Tomcat one step further for this generation’s applications.
|Apache Software Foundation Launches TomEE 1.0 for the Cloud
eWeek – May 4, 2012
Coupling ongoing industry demand for Apache Tomcat-based solutions with the recent spike in Java EE useparticularly in Cloud environmentsstandards-based solutions play an increasingly important role in addressing concerns with vendor lock-in. Apache TomEE provides a new choice for the millions of developers wanting a standards-based solution for the Cloud while retaining Tomcat, and the technology is especially performant in very tiny machines.
|Apache Releases TomEE 1.0 Java EE Web Profile Certified Stack
ADT Mag – May 4, 2012
Support for function-based “profiles,” which provide a way for users to define a subset of the Java EE specification and still achieve certification, has been one of the most talked about capabilities of Java EE 6.
|Apache TomEE: A Tomcat for the Cloud
DZone – April 30, 2012
Tomcat is a popular servlet and lightweight application among much of the Java community, so TomEE should come as welcome news to those who are looking for a cloud solution that retains Tomcat.
|Apache Announces Apache TomEE v1.0
JAXEnter – April 30, 2012
TomEE v1.0 adds in a few simple Java EE features to offer further reasons, if you needed any, that the application server is the one to choose for a voyage into the Cloud. TomEE runs without any additional memory requirements, and is compatible with most Tomcat-aware/tested tools and applications.
|The Heroes of Java: David Blevins
DZone – April 2, 2012
I’m incredibly passionate about everything I do and will do it if the title matches or not. No one, including me, has a “Developer of TomEE” job title, yet it exists and has a community of people who love it and pursue it with intensity.
|Predicts 2012: Cloud and In-Memory Drive Innovation in Application Platforms
Garnter – December 6, 2012
Through 2017, at least 70% of new Java EE applications will be deployed on an open-source Java application server…OSS application servers primarily (but not exclusively) from Apache…will continue to dominate small-scale Java EE deployments.
|Apache TomEE Web stack gains approval
InfoWorld – October 7, 2011
Oracle gives certification to stack that features Tomcat servlet container, other middleware technologies.
|Apache TomEE Certified Web Profile Compatible
InfoQ – October 5, 2011
Its small size and embeddability makes it ideal for running in cloud environments, where it is often the case that there are large numbers of small systems rather than few large instances.