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JBoss Acquired by Red Hat … What will happen now?

Simon Joseph Aquilina
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Today, JBoss has been officially acquired by Red Hat (http://www.jboss.com/redhat). My question about is acquisition is: Should we expect new versions of JBoss to be more compatible with Red Hat rather then with other Linux versions or Windows?

Also if this would be the case, then what would be an equivalent replacement for JBoss, a replacement that is both free and performant?

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Sim085
Mark Spritzler
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Originally posted by Simon Joseph Aquilina:
Today, JBoss has been officially acquired by Red Hat (http://www.jboss.com/redhat). My question about is acquisition is: Should we expect new versions of JBoss to be more compatible with Red Hat rather then with other Linux versions or Windows?

Also if this would be the case, then what would be an equivalent replacement for JBoss, a replacement that is both free and performant?

Regards,
Sim085


No, the JBoss software will work for all versions of all OS. It will not change. JBoss is now considered a subsidirary (sp) of RedHat.

No need to get any replacement for JBoss, I highly recommend it. So much that last week I joined JBoss.

Mark


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