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We've got two really different freebies for you this Friday.
The first is from IBM and it's the WebSphere Application Server Community Edition. Based on Apache Geronimo, version 1.0 is a lightweight, Java 1.4 certified, Java??? 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) application server.
-- Eclipse plug-in for creating, deploying, and debugging your WebSphere Application Server Community Edition applications
-- Support for Apache Tomcat
-- Integrated IBM Cloudscape database for supported use in development and production
-- Database support for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and MySQL
-- Runtime customization
-- User management
-- Centralized configuration and control through administrative console (tech preview)
-- Migration aids from Gluecode Standard Edition, Apache Geronimo, and Apache Tomcat
-- Convenient access to product binaries and source code
Our second freebie is the VMWare Player from VMWare. VMware Player installs like a standard desktop application and runs virtual machines in a separate window, making it easy to share and evaluate software running in virtual machines.
-- Run: VMware Player can be used by anyone to run 32- and 64-bit virtual machines on a Windows or Linux PC. VMware Player makes it quick and easy to take advantage of the security, flexibility and portability of virtual machines.
-- Share: VMware Player can be used by anyone to run a virtual machine shared by a colleague or friend. For example, customer support and development teams can share a customer scenario encapsulated within a virtual machine.
-- Evaluate: VMware Player is ideal for safely evaluating pre-built application environments, beta software or other software distributed in virtual machines. With VMware Player, anyone can quickly and easily experience the benefits of pre-configured products without any installation or configuration hassles. Pre-built applications from
leading software vendors are available from the Virtual Machine Center on VMware Technology Network
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