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VMWare, SpringSource to revolutionize Java development

With VMWare's acquisition of SpringSource, Java's relevance to cloud application development has never seemed stronger. However, the real story here is how application deployment and operations may be made much more developer friendly.

By Aug. 12, 2009


How SpringSource is taking on Java Goliaths

It's a common myth that open source can't innovate, but open-source Java company SpringSource proves that open source can lead an industry, not follow it.

By Jul. 30, 2009


What's up at booming SpringSource?

SpringSource is booming, but one of its best employees just left. What's up?

By Sep. 15, 2008


VMware puts squeeze on Red Hat with SpringSource buy

The $420 million acquisition makes a true application lifecycle powerhouse, extending SpringSource's Java application tech to the cloud and virtualized environments.

By Aug. 10, 2009


SpringSource and MindTouch seek to redefine the application server

The traditional "application server" category is being shaken up by new entrants SpringSource and MindTouch.

By Jul. 23, 2009


SpringSource raises $15m in B round

Open source continues to drive big financings.

By Jun. 25, 2008


SpringSource acquires Hyperic, with eye to take on IBM, Microsoft

The open-source leader in Java development has acquired IT management vendor Hyperic, a move that signals a new phase of commercial open-source competition.

By May. 4, 2009


Now SpringSource is an application server, too

Spring is fantastic technology and perhaps it really is an application server. Or perhaps, as Marc suggests, this is simply a way to market itself into justifying runtime fees. I think highly of the Spring technology and admire Peter Fenton, the leading

By May. 1, 2008


Apache and SpringSource nix Sun's Java vote

Sun wants to control Java, but this may be inimical to the open-source community's own plans for Java.

By Mar. 5, 2009


MuleSource names SpringSource exec as new CEO

The company behind the top open-source enterprise service bus continues the tradition of pilfering from its peers' executive ranks, grabbing marketing pro Greg Schott.

By Feb. 23, 2009