Red Hat buys BPM software Polymita and brings beta of RHEV 3.1
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Red Hat wants to strengthen JBoss and buys a provider of business process management software. There’s also the first beta of RHEV Virtualization Suite 3.1.
Polymita, a Spanish startup is now part of Red Hat Group, the distributor announced in a press release. With the specialist for Business Process Management acquires Red Hat “technology that the performance profiles of JBoss Enterprise Middleware and especially the JBoss Enterprise Business Rules Management System (BRMS) and jBPM” to strengthen, said Craig Muzilla, vice president and general manager, Middleware, Red Hat . Polymitas software draw itself by extensive functionality and ease of use, which could be by the manufacturer, especially the change management that optimize workflows and thus productivity.
First beta of RHEV 3.1
Another blog message from Raleigh relates to cloud computing in the business world: the first beta of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization RHEV 3.1, the manufacturer promises “an outlook on the future of open source virtualization.” Around the KVM RHEV 3.1 now supports 160 virtual cores, 2 TB of RAM, storage live migration and cluster-aware POSIX file systems. The browser-independent Web GUI now speaks more languages, including German, French, Japanese or Chinese. In addition, the manufacturer has now also integrated Red Hat Storage, “a software-based scale-out solution.” The final version should be ready end of this year, version 3.0, dated January.