This winter season in the US Northeast has been brutal. Last week I was in Boston at the Red Hat Westford Office but returned home during a break in the weather. Boston has had almost 96" of snow this season with wind chills hitting -26 F. One of the incredible pictures I saw was a 5 story mound of snow at MIT called the Alps of MIT which was piled up by snow plows. Hopefully the storms will subside and the Northeast will thaw out soon. So on to our week in JBoss.....
- Infinispan 7.1.1 Final Release highlighted by Tristan Tarrant - For a complete list of features and bug fixes included in this release, please refer to thehttps://issues.jboss.org/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?projectId=12310799&version=12326682release notes. Visit the downloadshttp://infinispan.org/download/section to find the latest release.
- Teiid 8.10 CR2 Release highlighted by Ramesh Reddy -They found a small kitting issue with 8.10 CR1, and are releasing a 8.10 CR2. After CR1, they fixed about ~10 bugs that have identified by the community.
Rules, Events, Planning
- Mark Proctor shared with us the links to submit abstracts to the 9th international web rule symposium (RuleML) at http://2015.ruleml.org.
- Eric Schabell is kicking off a Nordics Rules, Events, Planning and BPM Tour. The first will be in Aarhus and the second in Copenhagen, so don't forget to RSVP on the site invitations. Eric will also be hosting a BPMS Masterclass in Stockholm with the registration found here.
Additional sharing this week
- Arun Gupta gave us some tips on effective session submissions for technology conferences. Arun also discussed database migrations using Flyway.
I provided the Data Virtualization Sizing Architecture Tool link which provides a sizing recommendation. I also gave a webinar on Maximizing information exchange in your enterprise with AMQP. In addition, I provided the slides, which are available now, for the SOA and API Summit titled"Success in the API Economy with Red Hat JBoss" which will used in the live event on the 26th.
- Markus Eisele provided us several informative postings this week.
- He welcomed Jochen Mader, who is part of the nerd herd at codecentric, as a guest blogger and discussed Byteman.
- He went through Getting Started with JBoss Forge NetBeans integration.
- He interviewed Marcus Lagergren in 20 years of Java In Review.
- He also discussed Plug in Policies Into JBoss Apiman.
- Brett Meyer discussed S-RAMP and Modeshape.
- Paolo Antinori discussed JBoss Fuse tips and tricks around OSGi and Karaf.