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

Antony Savvas

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

The firm's "Enterprise Acceleration" initiative is designed to help its enterprise customers accelerate their transition to a next-generation, open source middleware architecture based on JBoss Enterprise Middleware.

The strategy focuses on expanding the JBoss Enterprise Middleware portfolio, growing the partner ecosystem, sponsoring new projects in the open source community and introducing new resources to ensure enterprise-class performance and interoperability.

"JBoss is already well-established in the developer community and has gained significant corporate adoption," said Craig Muzilla, vice-president of middleware business at Red Hat.

"We are now focused on expanding further into the enterprise with a comprehensive, open source middleware portfolio and programmes to ensure confidence and success of mission-critical applications," said Muzilla.

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