JBoss Articles

Red Hat and Hyperic Finally Made Me Happy

I previously questioned Red Hat’s apparent lack of love for Hyperic. Today, Stacey Schneider, Senior Director of Marketing at Hyperic, tipped me off to a joint Hyperic & Red Hat announcement.

A Tale of Two Cities: Red Hat and JBoss

Red Hat reported great numbers today. The stock was down in after hours trading, and I suspect it will be down tomorrow. The stock movement will likely be based on comments about the JBoss division by Red Hat’s CEO. Forbes reports:

Open Up & Say Growth

Matt points to an interesting article about using an open business model.

Integrating w/ (Future) Competition

Alex Fletcher has a nice list of hypothetical new year’s resolutions for the open source community.

JBoss CEO: Show Me the Money

Sys-Con is quoting Marc Fleury, JBoss founder & CEO and now SVP & GM of JBoss Division at Red Hat, as having said:

JBoss Portal 2.4 Opens For Developers

Red Hat’s JBoss division announced the availability of a new version of their portal software, with full clustered content management system capabilities and Web Service for Remote Portlet (WSRP) support.

Open Source In eHarmony Development Bliss

When it comes to avoiding outages that cost a business $1,000 per minute of downtime, the matchmaking site eHarmony prefers an open source stack for its operations.

JBoss Beta Takes Aim At Problem Web Applications

Yesterday JBoss released a beta version of Seam, an application framework for Java EE 5, a marriage of component models JSF and EJB 3.0, to address problematic non-linear or multi-window navigation.

JBoss Joins Eclipse Foundation to Contribute to J2EE Standard Tools Project

Two of the Most Successful Open Source Communities Collaborate to Better Integrate J2EE Development Tools and Middleware.

JBoss Announces Availability of JBoss Application Server 4.0

Now Certified J2EE-Compatible, JBoss 4.0 is a Safe Choice for Commercial Deployment; First Aspect Oriented System to Implement Enterprise-Class Services for Any Java Object.