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June 10, 2009

OPIN Systems – Financial Application using JRuby-on-Rails on GlassFish

Filed under: glassfish, rails — Tags: — arungupta @ 5:00 am

OPIN Systems has chosen JRuby, Rails, and GlassFish for a customer-facing financial application. Why ? “Easy to setup Rails application and add more intense logic in JRuby calls”

Learn more about it in this video:

Thanks to Ben Leadholm for the quick story! Check out other GlassFish Production Stories.

Check out Ben’s “Dude, Where’s my pass ?” entry:

Read several other Rails/GlassFish success stories.

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