We are currently using Red Hat JBoss EAP for the application server layer. It is mainly used by the Java developers in the company.
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We currently use it as our application server for our Web application across the whole organization. It is our current web container to deploy our application.
Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform is a subscription based, open - source platform for building, deploying and hosting Java applications and services. We are using it as application server for 4 of our applications. We have total 25 Virtual Machines running JBoss EAP. We have configured domain controller, host controller and singleton Jboss instances. We are currently using it entirely on-premise but we have future plans to move it to cloud or at least hybrid cloud. The deployment is easy, resulting in lower cost and speedier deliveries.
Use EAP for rapid on-demand environmental scaling of our JAVA applications. This application provides excellent security and management features while allowing for scaling at a moments notice. This is the best middleware option that I know of. Great software for building and deploying HTML 5 applications that have high availability and demand needs
We develop and deploy application to JBoss EAP 6.
We are currently transforming a legacy mainframes system running People Soft to a more advanced ERP solution. We are using Red Hat JBoss EAP for the application server layer. We have around 40 JBoss instances running lots of JVMs for multiple applications. We have configured domain controllers, host controllers, and singleton JBoss instances. We are also using mod_cluster integration in JBoss EAP, which is an intelligent load balancer. We build, deploy and host high transaction java applications on Red Hat JBoss EAP.
JBoss EAP is being used by our organization to deploy Java web applications for multiple websites for the company. It is mainly used by the Java developers and web administration team across the whole organization. We mainly use JBoss for heavier deployments compared to lighter ones, which we deploy on Tomcat.
So great for our developers and very stable opens our cell platform. Administration platform is extremely easy to configure and update any type of deployment. The fact that you don't have to edit xml configuration files is awesome!