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Macromedia JRun 4 Delivers Fast, Affordable, and Reliable J2EE Compatible Platform
Macromedia JRun 4 Delivers Fast, Affordable, and Reliable J2EE Compatible Platform

(May 17, 2002) - Macromedia®, Inc. announced the immediate availability of Macromedia JRun™ 4, the latest release of Macromedia's Java™ application server focused on providing a fast, reliable J2EE 1.3 compatible platform. JRun 4 is designed to be an approachable, complete solution for developing and deploying robust Java applications on time and on budget. JRun 4 brings J2EE™ platform compatibility to a new level of affordability by offering a complete solution including clustering and Web services integration in a single product priced at $899 per processor.

JRun 4 speeds application development and deployment with hot modification, auto deployment, and services that provide automatic deployment descriptor and code generation. JRun leverages a service-based architecture to simplify server customization, optimization, and extensibility. By using Jini™ network technology, JRun servers dynamically locate their peers in the cluster and eliminate the risk inherent to a single point of failure, which facilitates clustered deployment and increases application reliability. For detailed information, go to www.macromedia.com/go/jrun4features/.

Leading companies such as Bank of America, FedEx, and General Motors are among the more than 10,000 companies worldwide that depend on JRun to run J2EE compatible applications.

Macromedia JRun 4 is priced at $899 per processor for new users and $499 for upgrades. The product can be downloaded immediately from the Macromedia Online Store (www.macromedia.com/store/ ). A free developer edition with limited deployment capabilities is also available. Boxed copies of the product are expected to be available on May 17.

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