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Red Hat Releases Updated IDE



Red Hat has released its JBoss Developer Studio 2.0: Portfolio Edition, an IDE for rich web applications and enterprise applications. With this new release, JBoss Developer Studio becomes the core component of JBoss Developer Studio: Portfolio Edition. It builds on Eclipse and includes a set of tools developers need to quickly develop interactive applications and services using technologies like Seam, Java EE, AJAX and Portlets as part of standards-based Service Oriented Architectures. The ability to quickly deploy enterprise applications is important for organizations looking to achieve value through cost and time savings.

JBoss Developer Studio: Portfolio Edition can help reduce the the time between development and deployment by including and supporting the full portfolio of JBoss Enterprise runtimes and tools:

  • JBoss Developer Studio 2.0
  • JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
  • JBoss SOA Platform
  • JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform
  • JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform
  • JBoss Operations Network
  • OpenJDK
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux

JBoss Developer Studio: Portfolio Edition is available via subscription for use by individual developers and teams for development purposes. Subscriptions include access to code, patches and updates only. Developer support is not included with a JBoss Developer Studio: Portfolio Edition subscription. Developer support may be purchased separately via a Red Hat Developer subscription.


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