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Rockville, MD, United States, 2011/08/01 - Jinfonet Software, a leading provider of java reporting tools, joined Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA) in continued support of virtualization technologies - Jinfonet.com.
OVA, formed in May 2011, is a consortium dedicated to promoting the adoption of open virtualization technologies, including Kernel-based Virtualized Machines (KVM). The alliance aims to accelerate the ecosystem’s overall growth and emergence of third-party solutions. Its governing members are HP, Intel, Red Hat and IBM.
Jinfonet Software, the creator of JReport, shares OVA’s mission to promote the adoption of open virtualization technologies. JReport is a 100% Java reporting tool that can be deployed on a standalone server or in a virtualized KVM environment. Many of Jinfonet’s current customers use JReport in the cloud, with projected increase in the near future.
Jinfonet recently announced support of Amazon EC2 and Salesforce.com’s Database.com. In benchmark tests to measure the performance, JReport showed a nearly linear scalability with the same high functionality as if it were running outside of the cloud. View JReport Enables Cloud Reporting from Amazon EC2 demo video for more detail.
“Jinfonet is thrilled to join OVA. This opportunity has come at a strategic time with JReport’s expanding cloud support,” said Dr. Bing Yao, president of Jinfonet Software. “We’re glad to enhance our offerings by presenting customers with the flexibility to use JReport conventionally or in a virtualized environment.”
About Jinfonet Software
Jinfonet Software (jinfonet.com) is the leading provider of embedded reporting solutions for enterprise applications. JReport, the company's flagship product, is a Java-based reporting solution that can embed seamlessly into any Java application, leverages Java EE standards, and delivers interactive reports via the web. JReport's intuitive design and deployment tools make report creation, review, distribution and ad hoc reporting fast and easy. JReport is in its 10th release cycle and is employed by hundreds of thousands of end-users at more than 10,000 installations worldwide.