Red Hat updates JBoss middleware platform

 

Version 5.0 released.

Red Hat has announced the latest version of its JBoss Enterprise Middleware platform, claiming that version 5.0 can be used to integrate a range of applications, services, transactions and business process features into one simple architecture.

The company has added a range of new features, including an enterprise service bus, web services integration and management tools.

Also announced was JBoss Developer Studio 3.0 for creating service oriented architecture (SOA) platforms. Red Hat said that this is built on Eclipse 3.5, and could help enterprises develop and build new SOA services and data transformation tools.

"Both of these platforms add new and critical capabilities to the JBoss Enterprise Middleware portfolio, and help to form a broad range of open-source middleware reference architecture which enables organisations to address their application development, deployment and integration needs," said Craig Muzilla, vice president of middleware at Red Hat.

The releases will also help companies make the most of cloud investments and optimise infrastructure costs and flexibility, the firm said.

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