Who        The Apache Software Foundation (ASF): all-volunteer developers, 
stewards, and incubators of nearly 150 Open Source projects and initiatives.

What        Version 3.0 release of Apache Cayenne, the easy-to-use, Open Source 
Java framework for object relational mapping (ORM), persistence, and caching.

When        In development for nearly 10 years, and an ASF Top-Level Project 
since 2006, Apache Cayenne is the backbone for high-demand applications and 
Websites accessed by millions of users each day, such as Unilever, the National 
Hockey League, and the Law Library of Congress, the world's largest 
publicly-available legal index. 

The Apache Cayenne Project Management Committee has released a new Technical 
Fact Sheet detailing the state of Cayenne, including dozens of technical 
features, release highlights, and the Project's future direction. The Apache 
Cayenne v.3.0 Technical Fact Sheet is available at 

Why        Apache Cayenne Vice President Andrus Adamchik describes how 
Cayenne's powerful featureset and GUI tools successfully meet an extensive 
range of persistence needs, flexibly scaling to support database generation, 
reverse engineering, Web Services and non-Java client integration, schema 
mapping, on-demand object and relationship faulting, database auto-detection, 
and more. Through its mature technology, track record of solid performance in 
high-volume environments, and vibrant user community, Apache Cayenne is an 
exceptional choice for persistence services.

Where        Released under the Apache Software License v2.0, Apache Cayenne 
v.3.0 is available for download at http://cayenne.apache.org/.

Contact    Sally Khudairi, ASF Vice President Marketing & Publicity, at 

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