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ZDNet: JBoss Expands Open-Source Reach

Oct 07, 2003, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Open-source software company JBoss Group said Monday that it will provide consulting services for other Java-related open-source projects and will hire their lead programmers.

"The move is designed to boost the company's revenue by expanding the number of open-source products for which it provides support services. In a model the company calls 'professional open source,' JBoss Group gives away its namesake Java server software for free and makes money by providing support services for it.

"With the deals announced Monday, JBoss Group will now sell services for software from the Tomcat, JGroups, Hibernate, Javassist and Nukes projects..."

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