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SilverStream Adds Full Web Services to App Server
SilverStream Software Tuesday announced that SilverStream Application Server v3.7.3 is now shipping with full Web services capabilities.
SilverStream Application Server offers support for XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI. It also provides a J2EE-certified platform for building and deploying enterprise-class Web applications.SilverStream Software announced that SilverStream Application Server v3.7.3is now shipping with full Web services capabilities.
The popular application server also features the SilverStream eXtend Workbench, which aims to streamline J2EE and Web services-based application development, and jBroker Web, a high-performance Web services engine.
SilverStream eXtend Workbench is designed to provide value-added features for enhanced J2EE-component and Web-service creation using wizards, visual designers, archive-based projects, and one-button application deployment. SilverStream Application Server is its foundation. jBroker Web provides a standards-compliant, Web services-based runtime with unmatched performance. The SilverStream Application Server also includes a number of usability enhancements for dynamic, rapid application deployment.
"The SilverStream Application Server powers many large, strategic Web sites, and we maintain our commitment to providing our customers with a world-class, J2EE server," said David Litwack, president and CEO of SilverStream Software, in a prepared statement.
"The addition of the SilverStream eXtend Workbench and jBroker Web builds on our reputation for providing customers with a high-productivity development environment and superior performance to help them rapidly deliver mission-critical business applications to the Web," Litwack added.
SilverStream claims itself to be the first vendor to take full advantage of the promise of J2EE by building cross-platform-compatible products for advanced portal creation and XML-based integration. Both eXtend Workbench and jBroker Web are fully standards-compliant and portable across popular J2EE application servers, including SilverStream, IBM's WebSphere, BEA's WebLogic, Oracle9iAS, and Apache Tomcat.
SilverStream Application Server, jBroker Web, and eXtend Workbench are all available immediately through SilverStream's global sales and services organizations.