JBoss eases use of open source

JBoss has launched its JBoss Migration Programme to make it easier for companies to use open-source application server software and cut their costs.

JBoss has launched its JBoss Migration Programme to make it easier for companies to use open-source application server software and cut their costs.

The programme will provide assessments, methodology and tools to help users move from commercial software on application servers to open-source JBoss software.

One of the first targets of the programme is those users considering moving from BEA Systems’ WebLogic application server to the JBoss solution.

IBM’s WebSphere platform will also be targeted by the migration programme in the future.

 

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