Terracotta, Inc., a provider of solutions for enterprise Java scalability, announced the general availability of Open Terracotta 2.2, a powerful, open source Java clustering solution that enables developers to achieve scalable, highly available applications using pure open source application server infrastructure without the complexity and expense of traditional JEE-based services. The latest release has been designed and tested with several open source projects whose developer communities are now looking for Terracotta support in those frameworks.

Terracotta provides a very simple, transparent way to program Java applications that scale well without the headache of JEE and EJBs. The value of Terracotta's clustering approach is to allow developers to focus on the logic of their own software using plain Java and basic data structures with less time devoted to complex APIs dictated by the application server vendor in the name of scalability and availability," commented Prosper Nwankpa, co-founder of Xuqa.com, a social gaming site on the Internet.

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