Why Siwpas?

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Good question :)

Nowadays, a huge number of application developers and enterprise companies want to use lightweight application servers for deploying and running their web applications. They do not want to use heavyweight Java EE Servers that are fully compliant with Java EE Specifications. They want to manage light weight, cloud environment friendly servers. Nonetheless, they also need more technology stack for implementing their web based applications, such as "JPA, JSF, JTA , EJB etc."

Moreover, most of them deploy their critical enterprise web applications into the Apache Tomcat in their production systems.

Siwpas is aimed at providing a lightweight application server runtime based on Apache Tomcat 7. It also fills web applications technology requirements via ASF Java EE projects. In summary, Siwpas translates Apache Tomcat 7 into a more powerful enterprise web server.

Siwpas Adds Extra Fetatures to Apache Projects

We write extra cool features over Apache projects, these are

  • Clustering of CDI and EJB Beans,
  • Clean and tidy documentation,
  • Siwpas Eclipse Plugin,
  • JAAS Security Modules,
  • .... more....

The benefits of using Siwpas can be listed as follows:

  • It has enterprise level clustering support,
  • It has a lightweight but powerful runtime environment,
  • It is based on the very-well known JSP and Servlet Container, Apache Tomcat 7,
  • It consists of Web Profile Specification technology stack,
  • It consists of powerful, commerical quality ASF Java EE Projects,
  • It is supported by Community and Professionally (7x24 enterprise support),
  • It is light and will be always light,
  • It is free as free beer!
  • It is open source and developed by the open source community!


About OW2

OW2 is an independent, global, open-source software community. The mission of OW2 is to a) promote the development of open-source middleware, generic business applications, cloud computing platforms and b) foster a vibrant community and business ecosystem. OW2 developments follow a flexible, component-based approach. These components range from specific software frameworks, protocols and applications through to integrated, service-oriented platforms for enterprise computing.