This week Red Hat’s middleware team presented and sponsored EclipseCon 2010, where we announced a series of significant product launches and news items.
General availability of the final component in our JBoss Open Choice strategy - JBoss Enterprise Web Platform
Announcement of our upcoming virtual conference to start a conversation around the future of Middleware - Middleware2020
While each one of these announcements were separately critical to the JBoss Enterprise Middleware strategy, what they represent as a collective group is perhaps more important. JBoss Enterprise Middleware encompasses a full and feature rich product set; from an integrated development environment, to a full line of modular application platforms, a world-class SOA platform, a data integration layer, a cutting-edge presentation layer and a management console, to a full complement of frameworks.
All of these layers create a world-class reference architecture designed to enable organizations to address all of their application deployment and integration needs, while leveraging cutting-edge open source projects from the community. But don’t take our word for it, visit our customer reference site to read about customers deploying on solutions from our entire portfolio. We believe our customers continue to engage with Red Hat because of our comprehensive open source middleware portfolio.
The JBoss Enterprise Middleware portfolio includes:
JBoss Developer Studio - a suite of tools to assist with the development, testing and deployment of rich web applications, enterprise applications and SOA services.
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform–a market leading platform for innovative and scalable Java applications and for hosting SOA services, which forms the cornerstone of the JBoss Open Choice strategy including two additional platforms; JBoss Enterprise Web Platform for mid-sized, light and rich Java applications and JBoss Enterprise Web Server for simple Java workloads.
JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform–next-generation ESB and business process automation infrastructure designed to enable improved business execution, responsiveness, and flexibility in a cost-effective, open platform. This platform includes Business Rules Management System (BRMS) which offers easy business policy and rules development, access, and change management.
JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform–delivers web-based next generation collaboration and content management and a personalized workspace into the SOA-automated business processes.
JBoss Operations Network–provides an integrated management platform designed to simplify the development, testing, deployment and monitoring of your JBoss Enterprise Middleware.
As we move further into the year, stay tuned for additional product and strategy announcements from Red Hat’s middleware team. To learn more about JBoss Enterprise Middleware and to hear from industry leaders and customers, join us at the Red Hat Summit & JBoss World at the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center in Boston, June 22-25, 2010.