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Sun Microsystems Java(TM) Technologies Sweep Java Developer's Journal and SOA Web Services Journal 2006 Reader's Choice Awards

Awards Highlight Sun SOA Support With Category Wins Spanning From Best Platform, Framework, Portal and IDE to Best Training and

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. , the creator and leading advocate of Java(TM) technology, today announced a series of accolades from both the Java Developer's Journal (JDJ) and SOA Web Services Journal Reader's Choice Awards. Sun products and technologies were recognized as winners for three categories of the JDJ awards, and nine categories of the SOA Web Services awards.

"Sun constantly strives to stay in touch with the needs of our developers and deliver the best set of technologies to address their needs," said John Loiacano, executive vice president of software, Sun Microsystems. "The fact that we swept these awards is a clear indication that our efforts are meeting with success, especially as developers work to implement service-oriented architectures."

Sun won three Java Developer's Journal Reader's Choice Awards: -- The Best Java Training award went to Sun Java(TM) BluePrints, which provide guidelines, patterns and code for end-to-end enterprise, web services and wireless services applications that are robust, scalable and portable. -- The Best Java Virtual Machine award went to the Java(TM) Platform, Standard Edition (SE). Java SE provides a complete environment for application development on desktops and servers and for deployment in embedded environments. -- The Best Java Application Development Framework award went to Sun Java(TM) Studio Enterprise (JSE). The JSE development tool is used by developers to build solutions for anything from simple Web applications, to portlet components of Web portals, to sophisticated enterprise applications and Web services. Sun won nine SOA Web Services Journal Reader's Choice Awards: -- The Best Web Services Platform award went to the Java(TM) Platform, Enterprise Edition (EE). Java EE defines deployment requirements for numerous Web services APIs and utilizes the JAX-RPC programming model. -- The Best SOA Portal Platform award went to Sun Java(TM) System Portal Server. The Java System Portal Server provides full implementations of JSR 168 and WSRP along with support for multiple J2EE containers on all leading OS environments. -- The Best Framework for SOA and Web Services award went to Java(TM) Web Services Developer Pack (WSDP). The Java WSDP is a free integrated toolkit that can be used to build, test and deploy XML applications, Web services, and Web applications with the latest Web service technologies and standards implementations. -- The Best IDE award went to Sun Java(TM) Studio Enterprise. The Java Studio Enterprise IDE was created with enterprise architects and developers in mind. It contains all the functionality needed to develop, debug, tune and test enterprise applications, web services and portal components based on Java platform standards. -- The Best XML Parser award went to Java API(TM) for XML Processing. The Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) supports processing of XML documents using DOM, SAX, and XSLT. JAXP enables applications to parse and transform XML documents independent of a particular XML processing implementation. -- The Best XML Utility award went to Java API for XML Processing. Depending on the needs of the application, developers have the flexibility to swap between XML processors (such as high performance vs. memory conservative parsers) without making application code changes. Thus, application and tools developers can rapidly and easily XML-enable their Java applications for e-commerce, application integration, and dynamic Web publishing. -- The Best SOA or XML Training award went to Java Web Services Developer Pack Tutorial. Java WSDP is a free integrated toolkit that allows Java developers to build and test XML applications, Web services, and Web applications with the latest Web services technologies and standards implementations. -- The Best SOA or XML Site award went to java.sun.com/webservices. The site gives extensive information on Java and Web services technologies. -- The Best SOA Security Solution award went to JWSDP XML and Web Services Security. The XML and Web Services Security implementation in Java Web Services Developer Pack 1.6 provides a framework within which JAX-RPC or SAAJ application developer are able to secure applications.

Further information and access to these award winning products and technologies is available by signing up for the Sun Developer Network at http://developers.sun.com/ .

About the Java Developer's Journal Awards

The Java Developer's Journal Readers' Choice Awards were designed to recognize the products and technologies that most greatly influence the developer community. SYS-CON Media readers, customers, users and vendors vote on hundreds of products and technologies to determine which are worthy of the Readers' Choice Award. Java Developer's Journal is a SYS-CON Media publication. For more information visit http://www.sys-con.com/.

About the SOA Web Services Journal Reader's Journal Awards

Also known as the "Oscars of the Software Industry", the winners of the SOA Web Services Journal Reader's Journal Awards are chosen by more than 17,000 SYS-CON readers in 21 categories. Readers vote for the best SOA and SOA platforms, tools and services. The SOA Web Services Journal is a SYS-CON Media publication. For more information visit http://www.sys-con.com/.

About Sun Microsystems, Inc.

A singular vision -- "The Network Is The Computer"(TM) -- guides Sun in the development of technologies that power the world's most important markets. Sun's philosophy of sharing innovation and building communities is at the forefront of the next wave of computing: the Participation Age. Sun can be found in more than 100 countries and on the Web at http://sun.com/ .

NOTE: Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo, Java, JavaServer, Java BluePrints, Java Studio Enterprise, Java API, Java Web Services Developer Pack, Java System Portal Server, Solaris, and The Network Is The Computer are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Stefanie Olsen Sun Microsystems 415-365-0383 [email protected]

Sun Microsystems, Inc.

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