It's Thursday and as such time for another weekly roundup on latest JBoss news and features. It's been another week full of surprises, releases and how-to's by fellow Red Hat JBoss Middleware egineers and friends and going through it as the responsible editor once a week is a little bit of a time-machine experience. So, sit back, relax, grab a #coffee+++ and read through it while enjoying your lunch-break.
Red Hat Tech Exchange has taken place in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh city two weeks ago, it was a great event held by Red Hat in Asia Pacific Region. Many of the technical marketing managers have been there and brought back some new technical presentations. Christina Lin and Thomas Qvarnström showed the audience how to Supercharge your integration services . Another interesting blog by Christina was about how to Load Balance Quartz Cron Jobs with JBoss Fuse. Claus Ibsen blogged about Apache Camel 2.16 - Swagger Java and API documentation out of the box.
Our very own Eric D.Schabell wasn't vacationing this week either. He posted a couple of revamped quickstarts for the updated JBoss BPM Starter Kit: Quick Tour #1: JBoss BPM Suite the Basic Install Project and Quick Tour #2: Where to get JBoss BPM Suite product. If you're a Java developer and looking for the JBPM API documentation, he also knows how to get you there: How to setup JBoss BPM Suite 6.1 API (javadoc) documentation. A little cross technology synergy was raised by the OptaPlaner team: They showcased how to integrate JPA with Hibernate.
Hester Mofet - The rest of the week
For all you movie loving readers no need to explain that title (everybody else, check IMDB). The Keycloak project wrote down a longer experience post about their fun with REST API documentation. And I have a new post up after a while about Running OpenShift Origin on Windows. A little more specific the Infinispan team introduced you to the Infinispan Hadoop Connector. And we've seen a great wrap-up of one of our Google Summer of Code students about his experience with the Keycloak project. If you want to get 50% off of selected WildFly titles by Packt Publishing, check out my blog post for a discount code!
The Bossi Award for JBoss Teiid!
We are very proud to announce that Teiid was named one of the winners of the 2015 InfoWorld Bossie (Best of Open Source Software) awards in the business applications, enterprise integration and middleware category.
And A Goodbye
Beside all the new releases and news, we had one loss this week. My fellow boss and friend Arun Gupta went on to new endeavors and left Red Hat with a last Au Revoir Red Hat blog post. We wish you the best for your new gig Arun.
That's all for this week, please join us again for the next installment of the JBoss Editorial where we will endeavor to bring you more interesting articles written by members of the JBoss communities. And stay up to date with latest developments by following @jbossdeveloper on twitter.