Red Hat, Infogain Team Up for Enterprise JBoss Use
Infogain Corp., a provider of open source products and services, and commercial Linux and middleware provider Red Hat have teamed up to expand JBoss services and supprot for business-critical enterprise use.
Infogain Corp., a provider of open source products and services, and commercial Linux and middleware provider Red Hat have teamed up to push enterprise JBoss use.
As a certified Red Hat advanced partner, Infogain will offer customers technology and service offerings around JBoss Enterprise Middleware to enable JBoss to support a managed, fault-tolerant, highly available and scalable business-critical environment, the company said.
"The open source initiative is gaining tremendous momentum in the market enterprise. With open source development methodology emerging as a critical strategic component in our client's operations, this alliance is a logical step," said Glenn Gramling, Senior VP of Sales and Marketing, in a statement. "Infogain strives to provide the best solutions for its clients' growing need for the flexibility and cost advantages of enterprise open source technology."
Infogain's JBoss Services
Under the agreement with Red Hat, Infogain will offer the Red Hat applications stack including enterprise versions of Linux, JBoss and Hibernate. Infogain will also offer users customized middleware and integration services, including enterprise architectural assessments, solution implementations, customization, integration, and outsourced application management, the companies said in a statement.
'With Infogain's extensive experience with middleware technologies like Oracle Fusion, BEA and TIBCO, Red Hat has gained a seasoned partner that will collaborate with its 'Enterprise Acceleration' initiative to propel adoption of enterprise open source in rapidly growing markets," Gramling said.
Infogain specializes in services for the retail, high-tech manufacturing, and software verticals, providing license-based and Software-as-a-Service outsourced product development solutions for integration, Open Source and Web 2.0 solutions. Infogain customers include Oracle, CircuitCity, FedexKinkos, VMWare, Cisco Systems, and Netapp. Aside from Red Hat, Infogain also has middleware-focused strategic partnerships with Business Objects, TIBCO, Microsoft and Oracle/BEA Systems.