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Hands-On: Is JBoss Ready for Your Enterprise?

It's been only a month since JBoss, the Open Source J2EE app server, received its full J2EE certification from Sun. Now, in the first detailed, hands-on review of JBoss offerings -- including technologies, service and documentation -- Integration Developer News turns to Open Source Java expert Bernard Golden to answer the question, "Is JBoss a good fit for your enterprise?"

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JBoss Q&A: Life After J2EE Certification

Last week, JBoss passed a key milestone as it received its first J2EE certification from Sun, after having passed the grueling J2EE 1.4 Compatibility Test Suite. IDN spoke in-depth with JBoss execs to find out what JBoss will do now. Does certification change their (a) go-to-market plans; (b) new-products road map; and (c) will Apache's Geronimo be a strong Open Source J2EE rival? Read the interview below.

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BEA Hands Workshop App Framework to Apache

BEA is open-sourcing the development framework, or runtime, of WebLogic Workshop, BEA's J2EE development tool that looks to combine application development, integration and web services tasks in a single IDE. BEA execs say that they want to speed J2EE skills development industry-wide, but admit that a too-slow JSR standardization process, and an effort to seed the market with more Weblogic-savvy devs were also part of their thinking.

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Apache Releases First Geronimo Codeset

Developers can now get their first glimpse at real code for Geronimo, ASF's Open Source J2EE project. Source and binaries are available for a free download. See why Geronimo's code release signals that another J2EE Open Source option is closer than many thought.

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IBM, Sun To Summit Over "Open" Java

IBM says they'll meeting with Sun next week to discuss creating a more "open" Java. News of the meeting follows months of failed attempts between IBM and Sun to unify over an "open" Java tools standards. But, Sun's software VP Jonathan Schwartz called IBM's plan "bonky." Word of the meeting follows an "open letter" sent by IBM to Sun asking to work together on such a project.

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Fleury Q&A: JBoss Inc. Looks Beyond J2EE

In an IDN interview, JBoss founder Marc Fleury tells how he'll spend the $10 million VC he just received, including a project that he says will help him build JBoss into a for-profit umbrella for incubating Open Source projects, and push the company beyond it's J2EE roots. Hear also how VCs think JBoss' low-cost software model may disrupt BEA and IBM.

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Covalent Provides Unified Web Apps Management

Covalent Technologies is offering a application management suite that looks to help devs better tie together their .NET and Java apps with Open Source assets. See how Covalent's upgraded CAM (Covalent Application Manager) suite will help make integrating legacy with Open Source a little less painful, and provide a one-stop view of .NET and Java apps that tie in with Tomcat, JBoss, Linux, Apache, and MySQL.

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Single Sign-On Ships for Microsoft, Java, Apache

A small San Diego web services security firm is shipping a centrally manageable security software solution to offer developers and sysadmins single-sign-on capabilities for mixed apps using Microsoft, Java and Open Source technologies. See how cross-platform identity and security management might not have to wait for next-gen standards. Also, get the free download.

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SPML Dev Toolkit Open for Free Download

This week, developers can download a free, Open Source toolkit for SPML -- as OASIS nears full adoption of the SPML 1.0 standard, which uses XML to help ensure cross-platform interoperability for identity and access-control technologies. Take a test drive of the latest tools for helping devs build secure end-to-end web services.

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Sun, Microsoft Seek to Embrace Dynamic Scripting

Microsoft and Sun, in two separate initiatives, are reaching out to the dynamic scripting language communities, including popular Open Source options PHP, Perl, Python and Ruby to improve the native support for such technologies in .NET and Java. IDN talks with the men behind both initiatives, and finds out how such support could speed prototyping, web services development and integration for .NET and Java.

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Netware 6.5 Marks Novell’s “Open Integration” Push

As Novell preps for the release of Netware 6.5, the company is poised to become the latest in a growing line of commercial software firms looking to provide devs with Shared Source/Open Source code access. Take a look at how Novell wants to broaden dev abilities to access source code and integrate it with their legacy systems.

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Commercial Developer’s Guide to Open Source Licenses

Many commercial developers are becoming more interested in marrying Open Source with their commercial .NET, Java and legacy assets. But, navigating Open Source licensing can be confusing for enterprise developers, as there are more than 40 licenses approved by the Open Source Initiative (OSI) to chose from. On the eve of the O'Reilly Open Source Conference, IDN talks to some famous Open Source execs to get a rundown on the most popular licensing options.

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Reaping Cloud Rewards Without The Risks



  • Gordon Haff, Chief Evangelist for Private Cloud/Virtualization 

Open Source BPM from Red Hat



  • Phil Simpson - Product Marketing Manager JBoss Enterprise BRMS

Open Source BPM from Red Hat'



  • Phil Simpson - Product Marketing Manager JBoss Enterprise BRMS

How Open Source SOA and Integration Middleware enable easier Mobile - Cloud and BPM projects



  • Sameer Parulkar - Product Marketing Manager JBoss Enterprise Middleware

Better Business Results with Open Source Integration



  • Kenny Peeples
    JBoss Technology Evangelist

BPM Game Changers: Open Source BPM from Red Hat



Integrating Mobile, Cloud, & IoT Apps with an Open Source RESTful Backend



  • Bill Appleton - CEO & Co-Founder