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NEW DELHI: Open source solutions provider Red Hat Wednesday extended its partnership with Microsoft by making available its JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) on Microsoft Azure that will enable organizations to use cloud-based architecture for modernizing their existing Jakarta EE (Java EE) applications, and building new ones on Azure.

From today onwards, JBoss EAP is available as a native offering in Azure that comes fully configured and ready to run. It will also be available as a fully supported runtime in Azure App Service managed by Microsoft, as per an official statement.

The availability of JBoss EAP on Azure is said to benefit customers by enabling them to run applications with JBoss EAP on Azure virtual machines through the Azure Marketplace or use a hosted JBoss EAP offering through Azure App Service.

Additionally, JBoss is supported on Azure Red Hat Openshift, geared at customers who are looking for container-based solutions.

Further, this will provide cost savings opportunities as organizations would be able to shift Java applications to the cloud, allowing them to reduce costs on establishing and maintaining physical infrastructure.

“Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform continues to be the cornerstone of Red Hat’s commitment to enterprise Java, and Red Hat is the trusted leader in both open source and Java. By offering JBoss EAP on Azure, we are combining the best of our areas of expertise and enabling customers to successfully choose how they want to manage applications on the cloud,” said Rich Sharples, senior director, Product Management, Red Hat.

“Bringing JBoss EAP to Azure customers means not only faster time to market and remaining competitive, but also yields more options for building, deploying, and managing a security-focused cloud environment that meets business needs today while adapting for future change,” added Martijn Verburg, principal group manager, Microsoft.

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