That is good news. Look at http://www.javaworld.com too.
They did some Java server benchmarks using Valano and if
Warp could have handled over 400 simultaneous connections
it was looking to kick some butt. Don't know why they tested
Warp 4 client and not Warp 4 Server because it had to be dropped
from the multi-processor tests.
It does look like IBM is serious about Java and bringing OS/2
in with the Java group should be a good thing. Somehow the
name has to go to keep the press from pummeling it. Just look
at the last sentence of the article...
"Currently, OS/2 Warp Server accounts for less than 4 percent of
the overall server OS market, according to ZD Market Research, in
La Jolla, Calif."
Now McNT never got that kind of disrespect and McWindows 95 had
more native applications available for it BEFORE IT SHIPPED.
ZD (and most press) just hate OS/2.
> Best regards,
> m a r t i n | n
> Martin Nisshagen start.at/mn __O verdi +
> MTS Technology, Sweden ICQ UIN: 689662 -\<, callas =
> martin-at-mts-se (MIME 1.0) PGP 5.5: 0x45D423AC ()/() 100% pleasure
"The idea that Bill Gates has appeared like a knight in shining armor to
lead all customers out of a mire of technological chaos neatly ignores
the fact that it was he, who by peddling second-rate technology, led
into it in the first place."
- Douglas Adams, author of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy".
- full text: http://www.mg.co.za/mg/news/adams.html