We’ve just added two new integration guides to our library, for WebSphere Liberty and JBoss EAP v7, and made some improvements and updates to our integration guides for WebLogic and WebSphere Application Server.
WebSphere Liberty is a fast, dynamic, easy-to-use Java EE application server that’s ideal for developers and easy to deploy on-premise or in the cloud. It’s a combination of IBM technology and open source software that features simple XML configuration, fast startup times, and doesn’t require server restarts to pick up changes. Thanks to the standards-based nature of JMS you can easily upgrade the capacity, functionality and performance of your JMS-based distribution of data in WebSphere Liberty environments by replacing your current provider with Solace. This integration guide explains how to configure Solace as a JMS provider for WebSphere Liberty, and how to deploy both producer and consumer applications.
We’ve had an integration guide for version 6.2 of the JBoss EAP app server for a while and just published a new one for version 7. EAP provides a JEE-compliant framework for application and integration middleware, and Solace provides a JCA-compliant Resource Adapter that you can deploy to the JBoss Application Server to give your applications connectivity to the Solace message router.