JBoss Enterprise Insights, Issue 8, June 2010

Strategic information for the IT decision maker

Issue 8
June 2010

The true measurement of value
Craig Muzilla,
Vice President, Middleware Business Unit
Red Hat

I keep seeing FUD out there about who delivers �value.� Is it the vendor with the lowest acquisition costs? Or the vendor whose solutions produce the greatest productivity? Or perhaps it's the vendor you trust to deliver time after time? Truth is, value is comprised of many facets and no single variable tells the whole story.

Our customers are the most powerful example of the trust we have earned as a provider of enterprise software. That's why we commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct an in-depth analysis of a Red Hat customer who is a major provider of data, voice, and wireless telecommunications solutions for small and medium-sized businesses with a nationwide DSL footprint.

In the commissioned study, , which ranked JBoss Application Server the highest quality application server on the market.

Further proof comes from the JBoss Enterprise Middleware customers across the globe who have made strategic business decisions to standardize their deployments on our middleware. Companies, which include PNC Bank (formerly National City Bank), Heidelberg, ING (formerly Citistreet), and Avis Europe, have offered their stories about the value and flexibility of JBoss Enterprise Middleware, which helped them to gain a competitive edge by speeding time-to-deployment and increasing overall efficiency and time-to-market. Read our customer testimonials online to learn more about their successful JBoss Enterprise Middleware implementations and how you may be able to realize similar benefits in your environment.

At the end of the day, after you've waded through all the FUD, the most accurate measurement of our value comes from our customers. The value in our open source subscription model, the breadth of our solutions, and the quality, flexibility, and technical benefits of our products offer our customers enterprise-ready, reliable, open source middleware that is unmatched anywhere else in the marketplace.

To learn more about JBoss Enterprise Middleware and to hear from industry leaders and customers, join us at the Red Hat Summit & JBoss World in Boston, MA USA, June 22-25, 2010. And as we move further into the year, stay tuned for additional product and strategy announcements from Red Hat�s middleware team.

Best regards,
Craig Muzilla
Vice President
JBoss Middleware Business Unit
Red Hat

 

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