Welcome to another Week in JBoss, a summary of all that has been happening around the JBoss Communities. Despite many people being on vacation we still manage to discover many interesting articles for you to read, letting you catch up on the progress that is being made within the projects.
Improving ModeShape Performance
The performance of a ModeShape repository often depends on the hierarchy of the nodes and the distribution of the data through those nodes. Deciding how best to structure the repository can often be difficult, with no real hard and fast rules to rely on, but a good understanding of the performance implications of your choices will help you to tune your structure and get the best out of your repository.
Infinispan and Hot Rod Remote Events
Infinispan has been providing client access to remote grids using the Hot Rod Protocol since 2010 but, until Infinispan 7.0, it was not possible for those clients to receive and react to events being generated within the cache. With the introduction of this capability the Infinispan team have begun a series walking you through these events and showing you what can be achieved using this functionality.
Ceylon 1.1 and Touring
The Ceylon team are on the brink of releasing Ceylon 1.1 and have published a progress report detailing the work and priorities that have driven this release over the last six months. To coincide with the upcoming release Gavin King and Stéphane Épardaud have planned a tour of JUGs along the East Coast of the USA. If you are in the area then stop by to learn more about Ceylon and take advantage of this opportunity to ask questions from those who design and build the language.
Drools Execution Server
Drools 6.2.0 will include the new Drools Execution Server, a war that will allow you to host the execution of Knowledge Bases on a remote server and provide access through REST APIs. Edson has recently created a video demonstrating the current state of this development work, available in Drools 6.2.0 Beta1.
JUDCon 2014: Brazil
The Call for Papers is now open for this year's JUDCon event in São Paulo, Brazil and will be accepting submissions until 5pm August 22nd 2014 São Paulo time. Successful speakers will be notified by August 29th and the event itself will take place on September 26th.
JBoss Out and About
Eric Schabell was recently in the UK where he presented workshops on BRMS and BPM to the London JBUG, covering rules, domain specific languages, decision tables, rule flow and bpm processes using task forms and a data model.
The Errai team have announced three releases on different streams, Errai 3.1.0.CR1, Errai 3.0.2.Final and Errai 2.4.5.Final.
The AeroGear team have announced the second beta of their 1.0.0 release of the UnifiedPush Server.
That's all for this week, please join us again next week where we will bring you more information from the Community