We invite you to join us for our next Liferay LIVE web event, an overview of Liferay IDE, hosted by Greg Amerson, Senior Software Engineer at Liferay and one of the original members of the Eclipse team.
Liferay IDE 1.0 is an extension of the industry standard, Eclipse IDE platform, and includes support for developing portlets, hooks, and EXT plug-ins for the Liferay 6.0 Tomcat server bundle. This talk will be an overview of where Liferay IDE 1.0 is today, how it can help you develop faster and better, and where it is headed in the future.
This session is for cutomers of Sun Java System Portal Server and Sun Web Space Server to help them determine their best course of action following the Oracle acquisition of Sun. In 2007, Liferay Portal was chosen by the Sun Microsystems product team to replace the Sun Java System Portal Server. The Sun engineering team worked with the Liferay community to release a Sun-supported version of Liferay Portal called the Sun Web Space Server and then initiated an End of Life (EOL) process for the Sun Java System Portal Server. With the acquisition of Sun by Oracle, customers of both Sun products now face an End of Feature Life, which means customers will not benefit from new development for either platform. Liferay’s upcoming releases provide a substantial improvement in performance, quality, support, and feature set over Sun’s former products.
SPECIAL OFFER: One Year Free for Sun Portal Customers
For a limited time, Liferay, Inc. will offer users of Sun Portal and Sun Web Space Server one year of FREE enterprise support.
This offer is through our new “Design with Liferay” Program, created to help enterprises worldwide efficiently manage their transition to a new platform. Rather than a migration program, the Design with Liferay program helps customers implement Liferay at lower cost and risk.
Please email email@example.com or attend our free Liferay LIVE web event to learn more, including:
The background of the Sun Portal and Sun Web Space roadmap
Specific important Liferay features
How the “Design with Liferay” program can help Sun customers plan for the future
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Liferay Portal. Brian Chan began development in 2000 and Liferay has very quickly become the premier platform for building dynamic and effective enterprise applications. With 3 million downloads, 250,000 deployments, and a healthy community numbering 30,000, Liferay has been enjoying explosive growth in our 11th year.
This year also marks our 6-year anniversary as a commercial open source company and we are celebrating important milestones:
Hundreds of enterprise customers including Cisco Systems, Electronic Arts, and Société Générale
Over 60 partners in our worldwide network
Recognition as a Visionary in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant two years running
Strong revenue growth and global support coverage from offices in North America, Europe, Brazil, India, and China
Thank you for your support and we look forward to working with you in 2010!
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