• Red Hat drives to capture more of enterprise middleware market with open source JBoss platform

    Red Hat's open-source JBoss enterprise middleware platform is aiming to capture 50% of enterprise middleware workloads by 2015.

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  • How well does JBoss Fuse fit in with your company’s integration strategy?

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  • Connect applications with open source ESB JBoss Fuse

    Deployed in the cloud or on premises, Red Hat's open source ESB, JBoss Fuse, allows companies to connect apps to improve business processes and operations.

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  • The JPA 2.0 EntityManager vs. the Hibernate Session: Which one to use?

    The question for data persistence experts using JPA 2.0 is whether they should be using the EntityManager or the Hibernate Session from JBoss for ORM.

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  • How to get the Hibernate Session from the JPA 2.0 EntityManager

    This tip shows you how to get the Hibernate Session from the JPA EntityManager so you can perform functions only available from the JBoss Hibernate project.

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  • Red Hat brings Fuse ESB and enterprise middleware into the JBoss fold

    Red Hat has announced plans to bring FuseSource enterprise middleware products Fuse ESB and Fuse MQ further into the JBoss middleware fold.

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  • JBoss lightens up its next generation platform

    Red Hat introduces new programming platform for upcoming next generation JAVA applications. Red Hat's three new products target diverse web applications in the multiple JAVA formats. This new platform will be able to communicate in various programming language versions.

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  • LAMP and J2EE competition heating up

    As vendors focus on the LAMP stack of open source software, JBoss hopes simplified J2EE development will keep users on its side of the aisle. But could IBM spoil their fun?

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  • Microsoft-JBoss deal strictly business

    Does a pledge of greater cooperation between Microsoft and JBoss Inc. mean that Redmond is finally warming up to the idea of open source software? Not really, says one analyst.

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  • Quick Takes: Novell announces full support for Linux

    Novell Inc.'s Premium Service support option now covers Linux services, the company announced. Also included in this week's edition of Quick Takes are items from CodeWeavers, Cyclades, SuSE Linux and JBoss.

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