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2012 JBoss World: Craig Muzilla, Mark Little middleware keynote

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Published on Jun 27, 2012

In this keynote talk from JBoss World 2012, Craig Muzilla, vice president and general manager of the Middleware Business Unit, and Dr. Mark Little, senior director of Middleware Engineering, both from Red Hat, demonstrate how JBoss Enterprise Middleware transcended its beginnings as a rock-solid application infrastructure to become a strategic asset for enterprises to significantly improve their businesses.

They also discuss how Red Hat is attacking the challenges customers are facing today as they consider their next-generation enterprise architectures.

Fast, easy-to-use, high-value application infrastructure is critical to enterprise success. But it's not enough. Today, IT is expected to not only cut costs, but also drive top-line revenue by optimizing business process flow, extending beyond the traditional datacenter to incorporate mobile devices into enterprise solutions and efficiently exploit terabytes of data.

The way we develop and integrate applications, design enterprise architectures, and leverage new technologies, including NoSQL, elastic data caching, and even industry standards such as Java, must evolve to deliver on the promise of cloud an mobile.

Little and Muzilla show how Red Hat is at the heart of it all, driving the technologies, standards, and software platforms that enable customers to prosper.

Watch more 2012 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World videos:
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