BEJY - the tiny fast and easy Java server
BEJY provides a generic multithreaded TPC/IP server implementation, with additional SSL, to plug different protocol implementations to. Note that BEJY provides an own SSL implementation (up to TLS1.2) and can be used Java stacks which only provide a subset of the full Java libs.
| BEJY the Java server solution
|With the available HTTP, IMAP, SMTP, POP3 protocols and the HTTP-redirector protocol BEJY is a complete solution for hosting providers.
Under construction (beta available)
- written in 100% pure Java
- small in size
- great in performance
- supports e-mail
is a web server
is a http multiplexer
- any local executable like PHP (cli) and more
- configuration to redirect http requests to different servers
BEJY is production quality mail server, supporting POP3, IMAP4rev1 and SMTP, and is working perfectly with all well known solutions.
- RTSP - working for some file formats
- LDAP - working for basic queries, good enough to use it if you need some LDAP server during development
- J2EE - just starting but BEJY runs the first EARs :-)
BEJY can work as a transparent proxy to facade several running instances.
Also ask for our Linux kernel patch, to use Java + ports < 1024 without root permissions. Or use the user/group change lib.
Feel free to download and use it for non commercial purposes.
Please contact me if you are interested in commercial usage.
There is also BEJY Tiger, a stripped version, to run Java web applications out of the box.
Why would someone use BEJY Tiger?
There are many good reasons:
This and more makes BEJY Tiger a good alternative J2EE web container.
- BEJY Tiger runs Java web applications out of the box, just drop them into the webapps folder.
- BEJY Tiger supports JSP1.2 and servlet 2.3, the most used standard.
- BEJY Tiger supports JSP source code debugging (JSR-045 SourceDebugExtensions), and works great with MyEclipse and Eclipse.
- BEJY Tiger starts extremly fast, compiles fast, and speeds up your development cycle.
Try BEJY, love BEJY, enjoy BEJY.
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