New Relic Manages Web Apps on JBoss Application Server; On-demand Java app mgmt now available in the cloud and in the datacenter

jbosscorp_logoIt’s been a busy week for New Relic! On Monday we announced RPM V2 with a new UI and support for Java application management. On Tuesday we announced support for management of apps on Amazon EC2. The trend continues today as we announce support for JBoss Application Server, one of the most popular app servers out there.

JBoss Application Server is a key element of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, which utilizes the Java Enterprise Edition (EE) programming approach and is Red Hat’s current solution for highly transactional applications. Using RPM to monitor apps deployed on JBoss Application Server helps you meet stringent demands for web application performance and availability.

Trey Connell, CTO at ePublishing, a leading provider of web development, web design and hosted solutions for businesses, publishers and media companies, said today “Our leading ePublishing Core Platform, which is deployed on JBoss Application Server, provides publishers with industry-leading services such as Content Management, eCommerce, Email Newsletters, Workflow, Community Features and more. Ensuring 24×7 availability and superior performance for our customers is absolutely essential. I installed New Relic and within minutes had access to performance data that can help me proactively monitor our applications and identify issues before they affect end users. JBoss and New Relic is a great combination.”

New Relic RPM supports performance management of Java applications deployed on JBoss Application Server versions 4 and 5, available from JBoss.org. RPM also supports JBoss Enterprise Application Platform versions 4.2 and 4.3.

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