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InfoJobs.net Selects Red Hat and JBoss Solutions For Critical Business Platform

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Red Hat today announced that InfoJobs.net, one of the leading employment websites in Spain, has migrated its critical web business platform to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and JBoss Enterprise Application Platform with the help of Essi Projects, a Red Hat Premier Business Partner.

Infojobs.net now fully leverages JBoss Application Platform 4.2.0 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux for its application servers, indexing subsystem and database servers. Established ten years ago, InfoJobs.net runs a high-traffic web portal and has experienced significant growth. More than 5,500 users register their curriculum vitae through the InfoJobs.net web portal each day. With over 100,000 employment vacancies listed, Infojobs.net must meet the high-volume demand required by its users. Because of Red Hat's significant value and fast run-times the IT department at InfoJobs.net migrated to Red Hat Enterprise Linux for all its environments and JBoss Enterprise Application Platform for its web and satellite servers.

“Red Hat and their partner, Essi Projects, provide the greatest value for our business model. They provide superior on-demand support which is exactly what we need,” said Gabriel Prat, IT manager, InfoJobs.net.

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