JBoss EAP 7 has recently been released with full Java EE 7 certification. This represents business commitment from Red Hat towards commercial support for Java EE 7. WildFly - the upstream community project for JBoss EAP - was one of the earliest application servers to get certified against Java EE 7. There have been many publicly known successful production deployments on WildFly. However lack of Red Hat commercial support for WildFly had been a show-stopper for many - particularly very large enterprises. JBoss EAP removes this hurdle for the enterprise.
JBoss EAP 7 joins the Java EE 7 compatible ranks of GlassFish 4, WildFly, WebSphere Liberty Profile 8.5, WebLogic 12.2.1, Hitachi Cosminexus and TmaxSoft JEUS. All of the Java EE certified offerings are always listed on the official Java EE compatibility page. For some perspective few other open standards such as SQL have as many available implementations as Java EE 7 already has.
Under the hood JBoss EAP 7 is the same core runtime as WildFly 10. Here is the download link for JBoss EAP 7. You can try it for free although you will need to register with the site (you don't need to do that with WildFly). Unlike WildFly there is also a GUI installer that is not too cumbersome and does make customized setup easier.
To test things out I ported over the demo code for my Java EE 7 testing talk using Arquillian to JBoss EAP 7 (the video for the talk will be available on the CapTech site soon - stay tuned). The porting process was very trivial and the overall experience was great. Like most modern modular Java EE application servers startup, shutdown, deployment and undeployment was blazing fast - in the order of seconds (in fact many of my integration tests finished in less than a second). One of the things that I felt was a strong point for GlassFish was it's mature administration features along the lines of WebLogic and WebSphere. JBoss and WildFly seem to be catching up fast both with their CLI (command line tools) and GUI admin console. The JBoss EAP console was genuinely impressive.
Overall I definitely recommend taking JBoss EAP 7 for a spin perhaps using my demo code (the demo code comes with setup instructions). If you haven't tried out plain Java EE code in a while the demo may be an eye opener for you in terms of simplicity, power, productivity and ease-of-use.