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JBoss redefined the application server back in 2002 when it broke apart the monolithic designs of the past with its modular architecture. Since then we’ve continued to find new ways to challenge convention and redefine Enterprise Java through community-driven projects. Community projects represent the latest technologies for use in cutting-edge applications and offer best-effort, community support.
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