GlassFish and Metro Web Services now available to Microsoft Technology Centers

I’ve been working with Microsoft field engineers to demonstrate Web Services interoperability for a little while now. Some of it for customers, but also for conferences from both companies.

I’m happy to report now that the GlassFish application server, its Metro Web Services technology, and its NetBeans tooling are all now available in the Paris Microsoft Technology Center.

Microsoft customers interested in Web Services interoperability now can kick the tyres of a .Net/WCF + Java EE/GlassFish combinaison with WS-Addressing, MTOM/XOP, WS-Policy, WS-ReliableMessaging, WS-Security, WS-Trust, and WS-SecrureConversation (full list) before they use it in their architectures.

Thanks to Stéphane for his support (and the Tango photograph!).
Let’s hope the word spreads to more MTC’s around the world.

Author: alexismp

Google Developer Relations in Paris.