October 30, 2008
SAN MATEO, Calif., Oct. 29 -- SpringSource, a leading provider of infrastructure software and the company behind Spring, the de facto standard in enterprise Java, today unveiled the SpringSource Exchange, a new way to discover Spring-powered applications. The Spring Community can now access SpringSource-certified software solutions that enable users to build, run and manage their Spring-powered applications through one point-of-entry located at www.springsource.com/exchange.
"More and more of our Fortune 500 customers are using Terracotta and SpringSource together to build scalable applications with less cost and effort," said Amit Pandey, CEO of Terracotta. "We're very excited to be members of SpringSource Exchange since it provides a powerful new channel for SpringSource and Terracotta to coordinate our work in meeting this critical and growing market need."
Spring is the most widely-adopted enterprise Java application platform worldwide and many Spring users are looking to maximize their use of Spring-powered applications. With the SpringSource Exchange, SpringSource-certified software providers can help the Spring Community expand its success by offering access to their solution with just a single click.
Spring-certified partners who are part of the initial SpringSource Exchange rollout include: Appcelerator, Headway Software, Hyperic, Pentaho, Skyway Software and Terracotta. Details about the founding partners listed on the exchange are available now.
"The SpringSource Exchange is designed to offer our valued Community members and partner ecosystem a simplified way of accessing information about Spring-powered software," said Rod Johnson, father of Spring and CEO of SpringSource. "As our partner list continues to grow, the SpringSource Exchange will evolve into the top destination for the Spring Community to find software solutions that can add value to their experience with Spring."
"Hyperic and SpringSource have a long and successful history of working together, and so we are particularly excited to be a founding member of the new SpringSource Exchange," said Jeff Santelices, vice president of business development for Hyperic. "Earlier this year, SpringSource embedded Hyperic HQ into their platform to provide deeper management visibility for applications built on Spring. Now, through the new SpringSource Exchange, companies have direct access through their relationship with SpringSource to extend award-winning application performance monitoring across their entire datacenter."
The cumulative downloads for Spring has surpassed the three million milestone on SourceForge with more than five million estimated total downloads worldwide across all download sources. In addition to seeing continued growth in Spring downloads, SpringSource has grown 250 percent year-over-year in quarterly bookings and has more than doubled revenue growth for the third consecutive year.
SpringSource created Spring, the de facto standard platform to build, run and manage enterprise Java applications. SpringSource is also the leading support provider for Apache Tomcat. The SpringSource dm Server was designed from the ground up using OSGi for complete portability and scalability in today's datacenter and for next-generation virtualized, grid and cloud deployments. Nearly half of the Global 2000, including many of the world's largest financial institutions, retailers, manufacturers, health care, technology and public sector clients are SpringSource customers. For more information, visit: www.springsource.com.
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