JBoss World was held in Barcelona, Spain from October 10-12, 2005. Here is a quick look at all the notable announcements at the meet.
Drools: JBoss announced that the Drools project (www.drools.org) voted as a community to join JBoss. The addition of Drools, the most popular open source Java business rules engine, represents another critical step in the evolution of the JBoss Enterprise Middleware System (JEMS) as the open source platform for SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture). Mark Proctor, Drools lead developer, joined JBoss as a software architect and founder Bob McWhirter will consult on integration of the business rules engine into JEMS.
JEMS: JBoss unveiled its strategy around the JBoss Enterprise Middleware System (JEMS) as the marketâ
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