A new survey suggests that proprietary Java application servers are losing to open source in the cloud age.
Red Hat is expanding its open-source roots into the cloud with the acquisition of platform provider Makara.
Company churns out another impressive quarter, with revenue rising 12 percent, but it may need to invest more in its middleware business to ensure future growth.
Red Hat has a choice to make: focus on its profitable but dull Linux business or disrupt the industry through JBoss and applications.
JBoss veteran is putting his entrepreneurial energy to good use...with an online running company.
Can Diaspora, an open-source social networking project developed by NYU students, justify the hype it's received? Maybe, but it'll be tough.
Company works to extend its cloud leadership with a slew of announcements. But when will someone make this cloud stuff easier to consume?
The new JBoss Open Choice program is intended to let developers employ and deploy more Java frameworks and applications--even those from the competition.
The JBoss example can help to make your PR less constrained, and far more interesting.
The two companies used to be the best of friends, but the need to control the data center increasingly puts them at odds.