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WaveMaker 6 Launches - build/deploy Java app to Amazon EC2 in 7 minutes

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If you are new to Java and interested in cloud computing, WaveMaker is for you!

See a 15 second "Hello World" demo here

WaveMaker is a cloud development platform. Go to cloud.wavemaker.com and start building Java applications that run on the Amazon EC2 cloud for free!

See how to build/deploy a Java app to Amazon EC2 in 7 minutes here

You can also download an open source version of WaveMaker to your desktop. WaveMaker lets you develop Java applications using a visual, drag and drop studio that runs in your browser.

Download WaveMaker here

WaveMaker applications deploy as standard Java WAR files that run on any Java server (WaveMaker ships with Tomcat) and can be opened up and modified in any Java IDE such as Eclipse.

With an open source community of 15,000 active developers, WaveMaker has established itself as a leading rapid application development platform for cloud computing.

WaveMaker is also partnered with IBM, Amazon and RightScale around the Cloud Quick Start Program. This program provides a rapid migration path for ISV and enterprise developers wanting to move to cloud computing.

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