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Much to the enjoyment of the entire JBoss community, we're happy to make this week's headline hint to the first final release of WildFly, the premier open source Java EE7 application server (and the foundation of the future releases of JBoss EAP). The importance of this release can't be overstated, for multiple reasons: it is the first release since the JBoss AS project has been renamed (and it is a good time to remember and thank again the JBoss community for their tremendous involvement in the effort), it is state-of-the-art Java EE 7-compliant (both in the Web and Full profile), it makes use of a modern, cutting edge, highly performant, web server (Undertow), and, last but not least, it is massively cool! And you can surely learn so much more from the announcement made by the project lead, Jason Greene.

In addition to the official announcement, we strongly recommend a few other articles published this week on about WildFly 8:


JUDCon India 2014 wrap-up

Arun Gupta has also published a comprehensive wrap-up of JUDCon India 2014 along with the feedback gathered from the participants. It was an engaging and successful conference, and if you didn't have the chance to attend, at least you can get a taste of it.


Tips and tricks for JBoss BPM

Eric Schabell has written a series of blogs posts, introducing a number of useful features of the JBoss BPM suite

Maciej Swiderski has published an article about developing reusable business assets as knowledge archives, a feature of the jBPM 6 deployment module.

In Brief

  • Hibernate Search is migrating to Apache Lucene 4.6, as announced by Sanne Grinovero's post
  • Heiko Rupp shows in this post how to run the RHQ agent on a Raspberry Pi
  • Mark Proctor provides some early performance results of Drools 6 with the PHREAK algorithm

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