Red Hat JBoss Middleware

Proprietary middleware is expensive, and license costs only continue to rise. That's why progressive enterprises like and Citistreet traded high costs and vendor lock-in for open source and Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP). Learn how you can too.

How does your middleware score?

Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do project backlogs still exist despite excessive middleware spending?
  • Do high up-front licensing and support costs prevent you from starting new projects?
  • Has proprietary middleware solved your problems within an advantageous cost structure?

If you're not happy with your answers, it's time for a change. There's a better way.

Why Red Hat JBoss Middleware is better

Why build your next-generation middleware architecture on the same expensive, proprietary products? Attack your IT project backlog. Switch to JBoss EAP for:

  • More capability, less cost: Delivered via subscription. So you pay for what's most important to you. Service. Software that works.
  • No vendor lock-in: The development process is open. The technology is open. There are no secrets, no surprises, no lock-in.
  • Award-winning support: Ranked highest in custom satisfaction over Oracle, IBM, and BEA in an independent study 2 years running.
  • Performance: Just ask our customers why they trust JBoss Enterprise Application Platform with their mission-critical applications.
  • Modular architecture: Robust enough to handle large, complex Java™ EE workloads, yet agile and flexible enough to run lighter ones.

More reasons to switch

Migrate now

When you're ready to make a switch to Red Hat JBoss Middleware, here's how to get started.

Start a new project:

Migrate existing applications:

Strategic migration planning

Developed by Red Hat's global team of architects and enterprise consultants, this comprehensive guide details the recommended process for moving from WebLogic to JBoss EAP. It includes the planning steps that should be taken when preparing for such a migration as well as common implementation and training standards and best practices.