Sep 03, 2014
DotCMS is pleased to announce a new technology alliance partnership with Azul Systems, makers of Zing, the supercharged JVM. The partnership was forged following a successful Proof of Concept (POC) at a leading healthcare provider, hosting more than 1,000 websites on dotCMS servers. Today, the healthcare company is experiencing dramatically improved throughput performance, higher availability and increased reliability in their web operations due to using Zing advanced technology.
A solution brief describing the application of both dotCMS and Azul, Zing is now available and is of particular interest to enterprises seeking to enable large scale Java applications in latency sensitive environments. Download the solution brief.
To get more information on Azul Systems or to test Zing with dotCMS, you can request a free evaluation copy of Zing here: http://www.azul.com/trial.
The official press release announcing the partnership and collaboration is available on Market Wired. http://www.marketwired.com/
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Founded in 2003, dotCMS is a privately owned US company with offices in Miami, Florida; Boston, Massachusetts and San Jose, Costa Rica. With a global network of certified development partners and an active open source community, dotCMS has generated more than a half-million downloads and thousands of implementations and integration projects worldwide. Notable dotCMS customers include: Telus, Standard & Poors, Hospital Corporation of America, Royal Bank of Canada, DirecTV, Thomson Reuters, China Mobile, Aon, and DriveTest Ontario.