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This past year I've noticed that large customers in Spain are or intend to migrate to medium-long -term WebSphere application servers to JBoss, and even some great client using WebLogic there are also rumors about migration intentions . Just look at the jobs sector emerging in Spain , companies are beginning to demand experts with expertise in JBoss migration from other application servers . Initially there is no reason to believe that the change will be better or worse, but I find the less interesting that such large institutions such as banks , oil companies , insurance companies and stock markets in unison Spain take the decision to change radically all systems application servers. For banking , I have also noticed that there is a tendency to use fewer and fewer AIX , Solaris and HP- UX operating systems , leading to Red Hat Linux .
I can imagine that the reasons are the result of a marketing strategy by Red Hat, and developers increasingly Code " standard" no dependencies on native bookstores some manufacturers like IBM develop. Another possible factor is the price of products , training and supports that IBM provides .
What has happened ? , Why this general interest and almost instantaneous to change everything?