It’s been a busy week for the Red Hat team, especially our cloud computing and middleware groups.
At the Red Hat Summit last month, we announced that we had expanded our relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer Red Hat Enterprise Linux via Amazon EC2 on-demand with pay-as-you-go pricing.
We#39;re thrilled to be hosting critically-acclaimed and inspiring author Daniel Pink as the next guest in opensource.com’s Open Your World webcast series this Wednesday, June 22 at 2:00 p.m. ET.
This week, the JBoss team will be attending JAXconf 2011 to give technical presentations and tutorials on JBoss Community projects, as well as provide a sneak preview of JBoss Application Server 7, which is scheduled for launch later this summer.
Red Hat has been ready for a while with complete IPv6 implementations shipping today in Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5 and 6 and Fedora.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and 6 are in evaluation for Common Criteria at Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 4+, with the inclusion of the KVM Hypervisor.
JBoss in the Cloud
SOA Software Nets “Best Deployment” from Network Products Guide for Joint Red Hat Customer Implementation
Red Hat partner SOA Software recognized for "Best Deployment" by Network Products Guide for their work with the State of California Department of Water Resources.
TorqueBox, a JBoss Community project, builds upon the JBoss Application Server community project, mixing in JRuby, to provide a scalable platform for Ruby applications, including Rails, Sinatra and other Rack-based frameworks.