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The best of both worlds: WildFly for innovation and Red Hat JBoss EAP for commercial support
On November 4, 2013, Oracle announced that its GlassFish Server 4.x with commercial Java™ EE 7 support won’t be released. If you’re a production user of GlassFish, your options are to take a risk by continuing on an unsupported platform or to migrate your applications elsewhere.More
Now is a good time to consider Red Hat
WildFly and Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform is an excellent alternative to GlassFish and Oracle WebLogic.
In this webinar, Arun Gupta, director of developer advocacy at Red Hat, will:
- Introduce Wildfly and JBoss EAP.
- Compare and contrast Wildfly and JBoss EAP with Oracle GlassFish and WebLogic.
- Look at cost considerations.