Java | J2EE | EJB2 | EJB3 | JPA
JBoss is a Java application server. It is an open source software written in Java and used to host, deploy and manage Java-based applications. JBoss is now known as WildFly, the latest version of the application server.
WildFly is a lightweight, flexible and powerful application server used for developing and deploying Java-based applications. It is written in Java and provides a quick and easy way to create modern applications. WildFly supports the latest standards for web services, including JAX-RS and JAX-WS.
WildFly is part of the JBoss open source community and is developed and maintained by Red Hat. It is easily scalable and can be deployed in both single and cluster configurations. WildFly is a highly flexible and extensible platform that can be customized to meet the specific needs of any application.
BITS experts have used JBoss and Wildfly Server and related technologies in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.