Open source software at scale for your organization—JBoss EAP vs. Wildfly

  • September 27, 2017
  • Webinar

Date: 9-27-2017

Time: 11:00 am ET

Duration: 60 minutes 


Using community-based software often puts your organization at risk for security breaches 
and performance issues. If you have deployed the WildFly and JBoss Application Server 
open source projects, you may want to consider Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application 
Platform (JBoss EAP), which is a derivative of WildFly 10.x, but provides security and 
performance support through May of 2029. 

Join this webinar to learn about the: 
• Differences between projects and products and benefits of using products. 
• Security challenges of community-based open source enterprise software at scale. 
• Security intrusion costs to industry. 
• Importance of cyber initiatives to CIOs. 
• Open source software innovation model.

Cesar Saavedra, senior principal technical product marketing manager, Red Hat

Cesar Saavedra, Red Hat senior principal technical product marketing manager, focuses on Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) and Eclipse MicroProfile. He manages the technical marketing for these two application development middleware solutions and works closely with engineering and product management on thought leadership. Cesar has authored whitepapers and blogs and has been a conference and webinar speaker presenting to customers and partners. Before Red Hat, Cesar worked at IBM, Oracle, BEA Systems, TIBCO, Lucent Technologies, and AT&T Bell Laboratories.

Jeremy Davis, principal solution architect, Red Hat

Jeremy Davis, Red Hat principal solution architect, works with some of Red Hat's largest customers to transform their businesses and development with open source software. Prior to Red Hat, he had 12 years of development experience, working in a variety of industries and organizations from startups to Fortune 5 companies. Jeremy is also the co-manager of Red Hat’s Microservices Community of Practice.