SourceLab launches open source stack

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SourceLab launches open source stack

Tash Shifrin

SourceLabs has launched an open source stack of Java applications and a premium support service for businesses.

The Sash stack includes the open source Struts, Axis Spring and Hibernate frameworks and supporting libraries, certified and integrated with leading commercial and open source infrastructure software.

The stack is designed to make Java development more productive than conventional J2EE applications, by integrating a lightweight container, a web-user interface framework, an interoperable web services stack and database access.

SourceLabs’ new Premium Support and Maintenance Subscriptions service includes a pre-deployment consultation on configuration and application architecture, 24-hour on-call support, critical security updates and ongoing maintenance through tested service packs.

Support would be provided by engineers who are familiar with open source software and often active participants in the open source projects they support, SourceLabs said.


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