Yared explained that a commercial edition of the LAMP Application Server with additional features will become available in December. It will include integration with identity servers, dynamic data caching, and EJB support.
Also this week, SourceLabs announced the SASH Stack for Java. SASH is the acronym for the open source application frameworks (Apache Struts, Apache Axis, Spring Framework and Hibernate) that it pulls together into a tested and supported stack for building enterprise-class Web applications.
Pfizer Global Pharmaceutical Group's Brodbeck said the recent smattering of pre-configured open source offerings changes the way he looks at open source. As such products continue to mature, he said, he will consider them, but only if they are good for his business, and not merely because they are open source.
"There are some really strong value propositions being made by startups around the pieces of the LAMP stack," Brodbeck said.
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