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Marc Fleury

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Marc Fleury
Known forJBoss

Marc Fleury (born 1968) is the creator of JBoss, an open-source Java application server.

Fleury was born in Paris. He holds a degree in mathematics and a doctorate in physics from the École Polytechnique in Paris and a Master in Theoretical Physics from the École Normale Supérieure.[1] He worked in France for Sun Microsystems before moving to the United States where he has worked on various Java projects.[2]

Fleury's research interest focused on middleware, and he started the JBoss project in 1999. JBoss Group, LLC was incorporated in 2001 in Atlanta, Georgia. JBoss became a corporation under the name JBoss, Inc. in 2004.

After selling his company to Red Hat, Fleury became Senior Vice President and General Manager of the JBoss Division. However, Fleury went on a "paternity leave" in January 2007, supposedly until 15 March 2007 but was widely rumored to be leaving Red Hat. On 9 February 2007, his departure from Red Hat was made public, saying Fleury "has decided to leave Red Hat to pursue other personal interests, such as teaching, research in physics, music and his family."

In 2008, Fleury started a new open source project called OpenRemote, to build home automation systems.[3]

He is one of the initial investors in CloudBees, a provider of continuous delivery software services.[4]

In February 2019, Fleury joined the advisory board of the Swiss blockchain banking Fintech company Mt Pelerin.[5]

He is a former lieutenant in the engineer paratroopers at École Polytechnique in Paris.[6]


  1. ^ "InformIT Author Bio".
  2. ^ "An Open-Source Lightning Rod".
  3. ^ "OpenRemote: Community will drive home automation".
  4. ^ "Cloudbees lands $10.5M to move Java development into the cloud". 26 July 2011.
  5. ^ "Introducing New Advisor: Marc Fleury | Mt Pelerin".
  6. ^ "Marc Fleury puts his Red Hat on". 19 May 2006.

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