Red Hat ships JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform 5.1, with new extensions for data services integration.
Hat has announced the availability of a new version of its JBoss service-oriented
architecture suite, JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform 5.1.
updated release includes new extensions for data services integration. JBoss
Enterprise Data Services Platform 5.1, a superset of JBoss Enterprise SOA
Platform 5.1, is an open-source data virtualization and integration platform
that includes tools to create data services out of multiple data stores with
different formats, presenting information to applications and business
processes in an easy-to-use service, the company said.
data services become reusable assets across the enterprise and value chain,
increasing return on data assets, enabling faster time-to-solution and driving
better business execution.
able to integrate and synchronize useful information out of a wide range of
disparate data sources remains a serious stumbling block to the enterprise,"
said Craig Muzilla, vice president and general manager of Red Hat's Middleware
Business Unit, in a statement. "JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform
5.1 is a flexible, standards-based integration and data virtualization solution
built on JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform that replaces time-consuming, costly,
and performance-hampering application and data integration techniques, allowing
enterprises to fully realize the value of their data."
JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform 5.1 includes:
- Apache CXF Web services stack
- JBoss Developer Studio 4.0, which
features updated SOA tooling for Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and data
- A technology preview of WS-BPEL,
which delivers service orchestration
- A technology preview of Apache Camel
Gateway, which is a popular enterprise integration pattern framework that
brings an expanded set of adapters to JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
- Updated certifications (Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 6, Windows 2008, IBM, JDK
the JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform 5.1 virtualizes multiple data
stores simultaneously, delivering data services consumable by multiple
applications and business processes, Red Hat said. By leveraging the integrated
JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform 5.1, the information delivered using data
virtualization can be easily integrated into the business leveraging the ESB
included with the platform.
"The flow of data from new and emerging channels
has evolved from a trickle into a deluge, making information management and
integration a priority for the enterprise in 2011," said Judith Hurwitz,
president and CEO of Hurwitz &
Associates, in a statement. "JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform
is focused on advancing the ability to abstract information and metadata to
help the business gain control of their business."
Along with JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform 5.1,
Red Hat is offering a new two-day training course, JBoss Enterprise SOA
Platform-ESB Implementation, which is focused on developing and deploying ESB
providers and services using JBoss Developer Studio and JBoss Enterprise SOA