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WSO2 Adds New Support to Apache Tomcat

The Web as the great enabler? More evidence surfaced this week with news of the WSO2 Application Sever 4.0 platform release that integrates SOA capabilities with Apache Tomcat for Java middleware applications -- a move that joins Web services and Web applications hosting.

As Server Watch reports, the release means WS02 is getting into the competitive market for commercial Tomcat services. VMware's Spring division has a commercially supported Tomcat release called tcServer and software vendor Mulesoft has the Tcat server which also provides support for Tomcat 7.

The worlds of Web services and Web application hosting are coming together in a new release from software vendor WSO2. The new WSO2 Application Server 4.0 platform integrates SOA capabilities with Apache Tomcat for Java middleware applications.

WS02 is no stranger to the Apache community, as a leading contributor to the Apache Synapse Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) effort among others. The integration of Tomcat into the WS02 platform is part of a shift in how enterprise users now consume and deploy web services.

Read the full story at Server Watch:
Apache Tomcat Gets New Support with WSO2 Application Server 4.0

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