Is JBoss ready for your enterprise?

Tuesday, 7 September 2004, 8:47 PM EST

It's been about a month since JBoss, the Open Source J2EE application server, received its full certification from Sun.

Now, in the first detailed, hands-on review of JBoss offerings -- 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?"

While adherence to the J2EE certification standard offers certainty about JBoss conformance and functionality, it offers no such assurance about other aspects that may be critical for mainstream IT use. Such topics likely to be important for IT managers include.

By Bernard Golden at Open Enterprise Trends.

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