2020-12-25T02:44:36Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is your primary use case for JBoss?

How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

Thank you!

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Harikrishnan  Ramamoorthy - PeerSpot reviewer
Technical Lead at Netlink Software Group America Inc
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Top 5Leaderboard
2022-06-24T16:25:00Z
Jun 24, 2022

JBoss is an on-premises solution we use in a banking setting. It is used to manage servers and applications. There are two modes: domain and development. We can monitor and control all types of deployments in JBoss. We have around 20,000 to 30,000 users on the same application and everything is going via the JBoss. We were using JBoss 1.0 when I first installed it, but they've probably included some more security patches in the latest version.

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NS
General Manager Sales at Taashee
Reseller
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2022-05-15T17:01:51Z
May 15, 2022

We primarily use the solution for business processes and mostly from the level of approval, within the organization.

KC
Individual Contributor at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 5
2021-11-01T10:15:22Z
Nov 1, 2021

JBoss is used for our main applications, it is our core system. All the core systems that we use are on JBoss and we use mod_proxy combined with WildFly to do the load balancing. Additionally, we use automation using Red Hat Ansible Tower, and for a web server, we use Red Hat for the entrance.

BT
Head of Department at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-04-08T11:06:33Z
Apr 8, 2021

JBoss is a product that we implement for our clients. It is used as an application server and a web server.

GM
Information Technology Consultant at a computer software company with 11-50 employees
Reseller
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2021-03-26T20:56:49Z
Mar 26, 2021

I am working on a deal where JBoss is being renewed. It is a legacy version. The use case is around a financial institution that enables banks to do peer-to-peer transactions. Finance is the core business of the companies I'm working with.

Erick  Garcia Ramirez - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Engineer at Globant
Real User
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2020-12-25T02:44:36Z
Dec 25, 2020

The product is basically middleware. What we have is several applications running on JBoss. Basically, it is very old and there we have those services exposed. Our target is to move them to ERPC, or something more modern, like REST or ESPC, or a combination of both. What we currently have here, still, is SOAP services, which is a very old middleware. They also are using it for scheduling some items such as some recurrent procedures. They have a queue manager as well.

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Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Jun 24, 2022
Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with JBoss. What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?
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Erick  Garcia Ramirez - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Engineer at Globant
Dec 25, 2020
JBoss is too much for what we need. When it was developed, it made sense. I liked having all of these services and all of these applications mounted on vehicles due to the capability. We could have several clusters in one JBoss instance. Nowadays, that solution is kind of too much maybe. We're not using very distinctive capabilities. If the client decides to keep on JBoss instead of migrating to services, to the different architecture, the next steps would be to take more advantage of the new features, changing the code to a Java 11 style. Of course, they need to modernize the services, and consider migrating to new stuff that is available already for items like REST. Or even the use of stuff like GraphQL. In general, the support of the ERPC would be really good due to the fact that, so far, I have not seen it. I have not even tried GraphQL, however, having any of these new technologies for exposing services would be really, really good for JBoss, That's what is moving forward in the industry.
GM
Information Technology Consultant at a computer software company with 11-50 employees
Mar 26, 2021
It can have automation features. Everybody is focused right now on automation. In terms of saving cost, automation is always the first thing that comes to light.
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Jun 24, 2022
Hi Everyone, What do you like most about JBoss? Thanks for sharing your thoughts with the community!
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Erick  Garcia Ramirez - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Engineer at Globant
Dec 25, 2020
There's good documentation and a pretty good community surrounding the product.
GM
Information Technology Consultant at a computer software company with 11-50 employees
Mar 26, 2021
It is a Java-based product, so it is pretty straightforward. It is pretty easy from a developer's perspective. It is also pretty reliable and scalable.
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