IT's shift to the cloud drives market for open source integration technology

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Posted:  03 Jan 2013
Published:  02 Jan 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  11  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English


ABSTRACT:

As enterprise IT migrates to the cloud, application development professionals are realizing the shortcomings of established monolithic app-server centric architectures and the benefits of open and extensible, lightweight-yet-scalable application frameworks. As such, integration and messaging middleware is gaining new prominence as a key technology for facilitating cloud initiatives and IT agility.

Hoping to capitalize on this surge of interest in integration technologies that cloud computing has generated and compete against enterprise software mainstays IBM and Oracle, open source software provider Red Hat JBoss recently acquired FuseSource, the open source leader in enterprise service bus (ESB) and messaging middleware.

Read this expert e-guide to learn more about how the market for integration technologies is shaping up, and discover how Red Hat’s recent acquisitions will affect its position in this market.





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