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  • Red Hat's JBoss EAP 5.0 to support OSGi with Microcontainer

    With its Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) 5.0, released at is yearly user conference RedHat's JBoss group is centering efforts on a core JBoss Microcontainer that can interface with a wide variety of programming models. The microcontainer lets d... 

  • JBoss lightens up its next generation platform

    Red Hat laid out a future strategy for JBoss that is intended to provide a single platform for a variety of programming and deployment models, and announced three products for its next-generation Java application server portfolio. 

  • Red Hat improves JBoss Java enterprise rules management

    Red Hat continues its move up the middleware stack, improving its basic rules engine, and launching rules authoring tools to open the doors of rules development to business analysts. JBoss Rules builds on open-source Drools. 

  • JBoss, CA Wily moves target SOA performance management

    Red Hat's JBoss, CA, and IBM update monitoring and management tools to deal with rising service-oriented architecture complexity. 

  • JavaOne: JBoss on SOA middleware, Java EE and data services

    There's traditional middleware and then there's SOA middleware and determining where they might converge or diverge is still a work in progress for vendors, says Craig Muzilla, vice president of Red Hat Inc.'s Middleware Business Unit. At JavaOne in ... 

  • JBoss SOA platform offers modular options

    The new JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform, available for download this week, offers a modular approach to open source tools and technology that allow developers to pick which pieces they need. 

  • Data services pain points have become an SOA target for JBoss

    At JBoss World Orlando, Craig Muzilla, VP of middleware business at Red Hat Inc., discussed data services, MetaMatrix and SOA governance. He delved into the common data services issues and future goals regarding open source governance. 

  • New open source portal released

    Liferay 4.4.0, an open source portal, has been released with new features including an improved user system, better content management, developer improvements, and usability improvements. Liferay supports multiple application servers, including Geron... 

  • Marc Fleury's back working on SOA

    Marc Fleury, who sold JBoss to Red Hat Inc. and then departed the scene last year, is back working as an adviser to Appcelerator Inc., an Atlanta start-up, which he describes as having a "compelling take on the SOA market." Appcelerator has developed... 

  • Marc Fleury weighs in on BEA's fate

    Marc Fleury, who founded JBoss in the early 2000, sold it to Red Hat Inc. in 2006 and is now retired, is blogging about the Oracle Corp. plan to buy BEA Systems Inc., which he predicts will "get nasty" before it is over. He said the combination of th... 

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  • Red Hat's JBoss EAP 5.0 to support OSGi with Microcontainer

    With its Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) 5.0, released at is yearly user conference RedHat's JBoss group is centering efforts on a core JBoss Microcontainer that can interface with a wide variety of programming models. The microcontainer lets d... 

  • JBoss lightens up its next generation platform

    Red Hat laid out a future strategy for JBoss that is intended to provide a single platform for a variety of programming and deployment models, and announced three products for its next-generation Java application server portfolio. 

  • Red Hat improves JBoss Java enterprise rules management

    Red Hat continues its move up the middleware stack, improving its basic rules engine, and launching rules authoring tools to open the doors of rules development to business analysts. JBoss Rules builds on open-source Drools. 

  • JBoss, CA Wily moves target SOA performance management

    Red Hat's JBoss, CA, and IBM update monitoring and management tools to deal with rising service-oriented architecture complexity. 

  • JavaOne: JBoss on SOA middleware, Java EE and data services

    There's traditional middleware and then there's SOA middleware and determining where they might converge or diverge is still a work in progress for vendors, says Craig Muzilla, vice president of Red Hat Inc.'s Middleware Business Unit. At JavaOne in ... 

  • JBoss SOA platform offers modular options

    The new JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform, available for download this week, offers a modular approach to open source tools and technology that allow developers to pick which pieces they need. 

  • Data services pain points have become an SOA target for JBoss

    At JBoss World Orlando, Craig Muzilla, VP of middleware business at Red Hat Inc., discussed data services, MetaMatrix and SOA governance. He delved into the common data services issues and future goals regarding open source governance. 

  • New open source portal released

    Liferay 4.4.0, an open source portal, has been released with new features including an improved user system, better content management, developer improvements, and usability improvements. Liferay supports multiple application servers, including Geron... 

  • Marc Fleury's back working on SOA

    Marc Fleury, who sold JBoss to Red Hat Inc. and then departed the scene last year, is back working as an adviser to Appcelerator Inc., an Atlanta start-up, which he describes as having a "compelling take on the SOA market." Appcelerator has developed... 

  • Marc Fleury weighs in on BEA's fate

    Marc Fleury, who founded JBoss in the early 2000, sold it to Red Hat Inc. in 2006 and is now retired, is blogging about the Oracle Corp. plan to buy BEA Systems Inc., which he predicts will "get nasty" before it is over. He said the combination of th... 

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About JBoss Web services

JBoss is an application server program for use with Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and Enterprise Java Beans (EJB). JBoss is similar to proprietary programs such as BEA WebLogic and IBM WebSphere. Find JBoss Web services resources for architects and developers working on SOA and Web services projects.