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BEA WebLogic Event Server is the first and only Java application server = for high-performance applications based on event driven architecture (EDA).= With a built-in complex event processing (CEP) engine, WebLogic Event Serv= er is able to process complex, streaming events.
Eclifox is an Eclipse plug-in from IBM AlpahWorks that enables Gecko-bas= ed browsers, like Firefox, access to the Eclipse IDE.
More generally, the goal of the Equinox project is to be a first class O= SGi community and foster the vision of Eclipse as a landscape of bundles. A= s part of this, it is responsible for developing and delivering the OSGi fr= amework implementation used for all of Eclipse.
Equinox provides org.eclipse.equinox= .http.jetty, an implementation of the OSGi HttpService using Jetty as t= he underlying engine.
Felix is a community effort to implement the OSGi R4 Service Platform, w= hich includes the OSGi framework and standard services, as well as providin= g and supporting other interesting OSGi-related technologies. The ultimate = goal is to provide a completely compliant implementation of the OSGi framew= ork and standard services and to support a community around this technology= . Felix currently implements a large portion of the OSGi release 4 specific= ation, but additional work is necessary for full compliance. Despite this f= act, the OSGi framework functionality provided by Felix is very stable.
ProSyst is an OSGi and Java pioneer. The company is entirely focussed on= open standards technology and actively involved in helping to create the O= SGi Service
Spring Framework<= /h1>
The spring framework is an application framework supporting JEE(tm) styl= e applications. Spring supports Jetty as a HTTP service in their Spring Dynamic Modules for OSGi(tm) Service Platforms, or jetty = can be simply embedded in the spring f= ramework directly or as an xbean.