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Open Source Software Up the Stack

Dennis Byron

Podcast: Talking to... Adam Lieber of Webtide, open source Jetty middleware community

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For this podcast we are joined by Adam Lieber, CEO of Webtide. Webtide is one of the companies we talked about when we met with Winston Damarillo, wearer of many open source software (OSS) hats, for a podcast back in February.

Talking with Adam will let us dig deeper into some of the issues in the open source middleware market. For example, Webtide reports that the latest server analysis figures from Netcraft show that the popularity of the Jetty web server continues to grow. Webtide is the services company behind the Jetty project on Codehaus.

And back in May Webtide also announced that is has brought that Java web server to the Morph Application Platform.

Prior to joining Webtide, Adam was a co-founder of Gluecode Software along with Winston. Adam served as Gluecode's representative on OASIS. After Gluecode's acquisition by IBM in May 2005, Adam ran worldwide sales for open source middleware for IBM before joining Webtide in June 2007. Prior to Gluecode, Adam was at the IT-focused venture capital fund Mission Ventures.


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Dennis Byron’s blog on open source software: A longtime market research analyst follows what “the movement? means to business integration—in applications, infrastructure, as services, as architecture and as functionality.

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