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... The Best AppServer, New MQ Site, MySQL in NB, SocialSite and REST, Compliance Manager, OpenStorage and SSDs
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A compilation of today's news of interest:

Any Best poll is always subjective in one way or another, so here are two more :-) First What's the Best AppServer - with several references to GlassFish. The second is a question from a prospective GF user that elicited a Very Nice Testimonial... which is a good time for a call for Adoption Stories; if you have any, drop us a mail at stories at sun dot com.

The OpenMQ community page sports a

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Advantech - Systems Integration with OpenESB, GlassFish, OpenSSO and OpenMQ
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Our latest Adoption Story is about Advantech. This israeli company does software and systems integration in Java, SAP, Oracle and Microsoft environments. Alexis interviewed Dror Yaffe, the Chief Architect of the Java division, who explains their use of GlassFish server, OpenMQ, OpenSSO, OpenESB, MySQL and more.

Read Alexis' Adoption Story and, for full details, go to our usual Questionnaire.

... Valves in GlassFish, OpenMQ and Mule ESB, Free Hosting and CrazyRails
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The vast majority of Tomcat applications ran fin on GlassFish. Jan tell us that now even the ones using the Tomcat-style valves will run unmodified.

Of at The ServerSide Pawan explains How to use OpenMQ with Mule ESB by configuring the Mule JMS connector. Added (by pelegri) - I've heard of a number of requests for this, please let us know if you use the combination so we can track OpenMQ

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