EJB Solutions Releases Out-of-the-Box 1.0 for Java Developers: Software Development with Open Source Infrastructure Made Easy EJB Solutions today announced the immediate availability of Out-of-the-Box(tm) 1.0, an instant infrastructure for Java developers that automatically installs, configures, integrates, deploys, and tests over 50 Open Source projects, including JBoss, Tomcat, Apache, Struts, MySQL, CVS, Scarab, and dozens more. "Developers can spend their time creating business value as J2EE and web service technologists instead of struggling with infrastructure", said Rod Cope, CEO and President of EJB Solutions. "There's no more need to spend days, weeks, or even months installing, configuring, and integrating Open Source development software when you can just download one package or put in a CD and get to work in minutes." Key Features
Automatically installed and configured Open Source development tools
J2EE Sample application using JBoss, Tomcat, Struts, Tiles, MySQL, JMS, Ant build scripts, and more
Full Source Code included
Quick Start Project Guide
Linux and Windows Certified
Prices starting at just $9.95
For those who like to try before they buy, a Community Edition for Linux(tm) is available. This free version provides detailed on-line installation, configuration, and workaround documentation for most of the Open Source projects. For more details, visit EJB Solutions on the web.
About EJB Solutions EJB Solutions, Inc. is a leading provider of enterprise grade tools and services that remove barriers to effective software development. With a strong history of delivering results to the Fortune 500, we excel at building, fortifying, and integrating software for mission critical deployment. Headquartered in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, EJB Solutions is on the web at www.ejbsolutions.com
Public Relations Contact: Rod Cope EJB Solutions, Inc. email@example.com Out-of-the-Box is a trademark or registered trademark of EJB Solutions, Inc. Java and all Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.