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Red Hat plants containers as Jboss EAP 7 bursts into beta

Red Hat has kicked open the beta program for its Jboss Enterprise Application Application Platform 7, and planted containers right at the heart. The vendor has deployed a panoply of keywords around the launch of the beta program, which it says will mirror enterprises movement “towards new application approaches that include …
Joe Fay, 18 Jan 2016
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Red Hat to Wall Street: I came here to chew FeedHenry and kick some ass. And I'm all out of FeedHenry

Red Hat surprised analysts with very strong earnings for the second quarter of its fiscal 2015 on Thursday, even as the Linux vendor looked to enter the enterprise mobile apps market with a €63.5m ($82m) acquisition. The Wall Street wizards were expecting Red Hat to report revenues of $437.13m but it beat that figure handily, …
Neil McAllister, 19 Sep 2014
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Rising Red Hat reaps rewards of cloud growth

Open source software vendor Red Hat once again showed strong growth in the first quarter of its fiscal 2015, with rising revenues driven by strong sales to enterprise customers. "We now count 94 per cent of the Fortune 500 and 90 per cent of the Fortune Global 500 as customers," Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst said in a canned …
Neil McAllister, 19 Jun 2014
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Old JBoss vuln in the wild, needs patching

JBoss sysadmins need to get busy hardening their systems, with a rising number of attacks against the system, according to Imperva. The attacks are based on an exploit that was published back in October by Andrea Micalizzi. The exploit code gave remote attackers arbitrary code execution access to HP's PCM Plus and Application …
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Red Hat renames JBoss application server as WildFly

After tallying the votes in a naming contest that kicked off in October 2012, leading Linux vendor Red Hat has announced that the product formerly known as the JBoss Application Server (AS) will henceforth be known as WildFly. "WildFly represents both a brand refresh for the project and a renewal of its vision to drive the …
Neil McAllister, 22 Apr 2013
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Red Hat: We still love Java 6, even if Oracle doesn't

Red Hat has announced that it is assuming the leadership of the OpenJDK 6 community, just days after Oracle issued what it said would be the final patch for version 6 of its commercial Java SE 6 Development Kit. Oracle posted JDK 6 Update 43 on Monday as an emergency patch for the latest in a series of severe vulnerabilities …

JBoss is juicy, but Vert.x could bring sexy back to Red Hat

Seven years after Red Hat snatched JBoss out from under Larry Ellison’s nose, the enterprise Linux distributor is continuing to squeeze the juice from the open-source application server. Red Hat spent $350m buying JBoss in 2006 and today it forms the technology backbone and the brand-name basis of Red Hat’s enterprise …
Gavin Clarke, 8 Feb 2013

Red Hat ups cloud control freakage with $104m ManageIQ buy

Red Hat is still mostly a commercial Linux distributor, but it is also a key application middleware supplier and is working on building out its server virtualization and clustered storage. But it wants to – like so many others – be the Red Hat of The Cloud, and despite appearances to the contrary in recent announcements, it does …
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Red Hat launches community contest to rename JBoss

Red Hat says its JBoss Enterprise Application Platform has evolved to embrace far more than just Java, and to reflect this, it has launched a contest to rename the JBoss Application Server (JBossAS) to something more in line with its current vision of multi-language programming. In a blog post on Monday, Red Hat Senior …
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Red Hat's JBoss gets BPM facelift

Red Hat is continuing to spread out in middleware, and has just snapped up business process management (BPM) tech developed by Spanish start-up Polymita Technologies. The Linux biz is buying the Spanish firm's BPM platform, which it said would be added to Red Hat’s JBoss Enterprise Middleware, specifically BRMS and jBPM. A …
Gavin Clarke, 29 Aug 2012
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Unstoppable JBoss 'mafia' has big biz tech in its crosshairs

Open ... and Shut PayPal was the first Silicon Valley titan to get its own self-styled "mafia": a cadre of successful executives who left to create a range of great businesses like LinkedIn, Tesla and YouTube. Google now has its own "mafia", albeit one stronger in management expertise than product prowess, and no doubt Facebook, Twitter, Square …
Matt Asay, 10 Aug 2012
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Money can't buy open-source love... only code can

Open ... and Shut Money can't buy you happiness, but Meteor, a web-apps startup focused on enterprise app development, seems to think it can buy it an open-source community. Instead of the standard startup funding announcement, proclaiming that the company will use its funding for product development, marketing and so on, Meteor says it "will …
Matt Asay, 27 Jul 2012

Red Hat hits the top and bottom numbers in fiscal Q1

Everybody seems to be a bit jumpy about the global economy these days, and Red Hat will be giving Wall Street a case of the jitters when the market opens on Thursday even though it exceeded its revenue and profit targets in its first quarter of fiscal 2013. In the period ending May 31, Red Hat's support contract subscriptions …
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Red Hat accelerates through $1bn in sales

"We think of Linux as a competitor in the student and hobbyist market but I really don't think in the commercial market we'll see it in any significant way." Bill Gates, 2001 You can't blame Red Hat for wanting to rub it in a little bit as it busted through its first $1bn year. Yes, El Reg knows that numbers are not barriers, …
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Worm wriggles through year-old flaw, builds zombie-net

A new worm doing the rounds is turning servers running older versions of the JBoss Application Server into botnet drones. The malware behind the attack is significant both because it targets servers rather than PCs and for its reliance on exploiting a vulnerability that is over a year old – a flaw in JBoss Application Server …
John Leyden, 26 Oct 2011
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Red Hat: 'Yes, we'll break $1 billion this year'

Red Hat's top brass talks a good game about being concerned with the global macroeconomic situation, but the truth of the matter is that what Red Hat has is selling despite the economy, or maybe because of it. And all that the world's largest beneficiary of the open source community needs to do is not screw it up and it will …
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Red Hat revenues pumped by partners

Red Hat is ramping up to be the first billion-dollar open source baby, and more than anything else, the commercial Linux operating system and middleware distributor has its channel partners to thank for the growth. Speaking at the Red Hat Summit today in Boston, Alex Pinchev, president of global sales and field marketing, didn …
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Red Hat muscles in on Ellison's Java fluffing gig

Red Hat is chipping in on Oracle's plan to fluff server-side Java - reported exclusively by The Reg - so Larry Ellison's database giant can't claim all the credit for moving the platform forward. The open sourcer has this week submitted a number of proposed specifications on the planned Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 7 to …

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