Chaeron Corporation
Enterprise System Solutions

 

News & Press Releases

01/12/00 - Sun JMQ (Java Message Queue) White Paper posted online (written by Chaeron).

11/22/99 - Chaeron and Fiorano combine forces.

3/23/99 - Chaeron releases EJBAsync 1.2 - A proposal/specification for EJB Asynchronous Method Invocation.

3/15/99 - Chaeron and ZWCX partner to address Telco industry IP Networking and OSS challenges.

3/04/99 - Chaeron releases EJBAsync 1.0 - A proposal/specification for EJB Asynchronous Method Invocation.

2/08/99 - Chaeron announces EJBUtil 1.0 - A collection of useful tools for EJB developers.

1/23/98 - Chaeron announces WebAccess, a free Java-based tool to fight Internet Abuse and Spam.


Tuesday January 12, 2000

Company News

Sun JMQ (Java Message Queue) White Paper posted online (written by Chaeron).

Sun Microsystems has posted the JMQ (Java Message Queue) White Paper on JMQ Router Deployment Topologies online.  Chaeron Corporation wrote this white paper for the Sun JMQ development team.  Chaeron is also working on other JMQ White Papers for Sun Microsystems.  The JMQ Router Deployment Topologies white paper can be found in the following formats:  PDF


Monday November 22, 1999

Company Press Release

Chaeron and Fiorano combine forces to provide a complete distributed systems product and service offering to customers.

LOS GATOS, CA., and Springwater, Ontario - November 22, 1999 -- Chaeron Corporation.and Fiorano Software, Inc. today announced a strategic agreement to work closely on both custom application development and new products based on the FioranoMQ middleware and Chaeron's consulting services. FioranoMQ is the most widely used Java message-queuing and
publish/subscribe software on the market. The collaboration between Fiorano and Chaeron will allow customers to implement highly reliable distributed business systems and services over the Internet and private networks quicker and easier than ever before.

Under the agreement, the partners will couple Chaeron's experience in the architecture, design and development of distributed systems with Fiorano's founding expertise in the industry-standard Java Message Service (JMS) specification. The combination of FioranoMQ and Chaeron's years of experience in building distributed and message-based systems will enable many new solutions to arise in a wide range of enterprises and vertical markets. Chaeron will also be developing companion products to extend FioranoMQ with advanced distributed system administration, management and testing capabilities in addition to other features requested by the fast growing Fiorano customer base.

"Our focus is to provide our customers with the best tools, technologies and platforms to enable them to deploy enterprise-wide distributed applications", said Atul Saini, CEO of Fiorano. "By working closely with such an experienced and knowledgeable organization such as Chaeron Corporation, we are insuring that customers receive the full business benefits of our powerful technology. Customers adopting a FioranoMQ based solution will benefit from the only 100 percent JMS-compliant product capable of location-independent messaging using either topic-based or point-to-point event notification", continued Mr. Saini.

"FioranoMQ enables us to help clients develop distributed applictions that seamlessly interoperate among new and legacy systems without the customer having to lose their investment in existing hardware and software", responded Andrzej Taramina, CEO & Chief Architect of Chaeron Corporation. "This technology enables the development of unique distributed applications that would otherwise be cost-prohibitive or technologically unfeasable." Mr. Taramina added that "Everyone at Chaeron is excited about the opportunity to work with Fiorano, and to develop companion products for FioranoMQ that will offer even more capability to an already outstanding product."

About Fiorano

Fiorano Software, Inc. was founded in 1995 and is now the leading developer of 100% Java enterprise messaging platforms and solutions. Their mission is to provide their customers with the very best messaging technology and to focus on solving customer problems. The company's products have evolved almost entirely on customer feedback and requirements. The company's web address is www.fiorano.com.

Fiorano's flagship product is FioranoMQ. Currently in release 3.5, FioranoMQ is a comprehensive server-based messaging middleware platform that supports standards-based Java Message Service (JMS) APIs. Both publish/subscribe and point-to-point (queuing) models of communication are supported in a lightweight, robust and efficient runtime environment. The system includes integrated SSL support as well as ACL-based security following Java 2 standards.

About Chaeron Corporation

Chaeron Corporation. is a privately held consulting firm specializing in the design and construction of distributed and message-based systems. The company has a proven track record and experience in the architecture, design and development of distributed systems and has worked with many Fortune 100 firms assisting them with their distributed applications requirements. Chaeron has been actively involved in the JMS and EJB specification processes, including beta testing of JMS provider solutions for a number of firms. 
Chaeron also brings strong executive management, inter-personal skills, successful development methodologies and industry expertise to the table to define user requirements and ensure that the final product is functional, on time and under budget. Chaeron's web address is www.chaeron.com.

Editorial Contacts:

Mimi O'Connor,
Fiorano Software, Inc.
236 N. Santa Cruz Ave., Suite 213
Los Gatos, CA 95030
(408) 354-3210
mailto:mimi@fiorano.com

Andrzej Taramina,
Chaeron Corporation.
2040 Penetanguishene Road

Springwater, Ontario, Canada  L4M 4Y8
(416) 571-6114
mailto:andrzej at chaeron.com


Wednesday March 17, 1999

Company Press Release

Chaeron releases EJBAsync 1.2 - A proposal/specification for EJB Asynchronous Method Invocation.

SPRINGWATER, ONTARIO, CANADA -- Mar. 23, 1999 -- Chaeron Corporation today announced the availability of the EJBAsync Version 1.2 Proposal and Specification for EJB Asynchronous Method Invocation.

EJBAsync 1.2 incorporates some minor changes and additions to the specification, based on feedback from users.

The EJBAsync Proposal and Specificaiton is available at no charge from Chaeron's web site, in the Software area. Comprehensive Specifications, Source code and JavaDocs are included with this release!


Thursday March 4, 1999

Company Press Release

Chaeron releases EJBAsync 1.0 - A proposal/specification for EJB Asynchronous Method Invocation.

SPRINGWATER, ONTARIO, CANADA -- Mar. 4, 1999 -- Chaeron Corporation today announced the availability of the EJBAsync Version 1.0 Proposal and Specification for EJB Asynchronous Method Invocation.

The current EJB 1.0 Specification does not make any provision for Asynchronous invocation of bean methods.  The EJBAsync proposal and specification tries to address this oversight with a comprehensive set of recommendations, design ideas and actual code samples.

The EJBAsync Proposal and Specificaiton is available at no charge from Chaeron's web site, in the Software area. Comprehensive Specifications, Source code and JavaDocs are included with this release!


Monday February 8, 1999

Company Press Release

Chaeron announces EJBUtil 1.0 - A collection of useful tools for EJB developers.

SPRINGWATER, ONTARIO, CANADA -- Feb. 8, 1999 -- Chaeron Corporation today announced the availability of the EJBUtil Version 1.0, a collection of useful tools for EJB developers.

A lot of EJB developers have decried the lack of polymorphism for EJBHome objects. The EJBUtil collection includes an EJBeanManager class that can give you back some of that lost polymorphism. It uses Java reflection facilities to accomplish this.

EJBUtil is available at no charge from Chaeron's web site, in the Software area. Source code and JavaDocs are included with this release!


Friday January 23, 1998

Company Press Release

Chaeron announces WebAccess, a free Java-based tool to fight Internet Abuse and Spam.

SPRINGWATER, ONTARIO, CANADA -- Jan. 23, 1998 -- Chaeron Corporation today announced the availability of the WebAccess Filter, a tool to help fight Internet abuse and Spam.

WebAccess is targetted at twits and spammers that are abusing e-mail and newsgroups.   WebAccess is the first tool available that allows the silent majority of users to fight back.  The WebAccess Filter can help "punish" abusers by denying them access to your web site. If enough web sites use WebAccess to block access by twits and ISP's that are the source of a lot of the spam and newsgroup abuse, eventually ISP's will take appropriate action to stem the abuse.

The WebAccess Filter allows you to filter out whole domains from accessing your web site. This is done on an IP Address basis where you control the IP addresses that are blocked from accessing the site. So as not to punish the innocent, you can also add individual userid/password combinations, so that if a user is coming in from a filtered domain, they can still get access to your web site. Additionally, the webmaster can specify they wish to be notified by E-Mail for selected actions taken by the WebAccess filter.

WebAccess consists of the WebAccess Filter, a standalone Java applet that is easy to install on your web site, along with a Java application, WebAccessAdmin, that is used to locally administer the WebAccess Filter configuration data.  Installation of WebAccess is simple and easy, and requires no changes to your web site. The WebAccess Filter applet is compatible with Java 1.0.2 and better, and supports all Java-enabled client browsers.  Full documentation is provided in the WebAccess archive.

WebAccess is available at no charge from Chaeron's web site, in the Software area.  Source code is available from Chaeron for a modest fee.

WebAccess Java class files are protected from decompilation with ObfuscatePro from Neil Aggarwal. Chaeron recommends using ObfuscatePro to protect your investment in Java development. Neil Aggarwal and information about ObfuscatePro can be found on the web at http://www.monmouth.com/~neil/


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