This week was another exceptional Red Hat Summit and DevNation in San Francisco at the Moscone Center. Social Media was full of buzz all week with all the different Keynotes, Labs and Sessions during Summit and DevNation. I included some pictures from our booth at the end of the blog. There is no way to put everything in the Weekly Editorial post so let's highlight a couple of the topics from the week.
- The new JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) 7 release was announced. A complete list of additional features is available in the JBoss EAP 7 release notes, but I listed some below:
- Java EE 7 certification
- Unified domain management over both JBoss EAP 6 and JBoss EAP 7 servers
- A unified messaging subsystem, relying on Artemis ActiveMQ
- An embeddable, lightweight web server based on the Undertow project
- New transactions subsystem, based on the Narayana project
- Resilient high availability features including clustering and distributed caching
- Memory analyzer and other resource management tools
- A new community collaboration project was announced – MicroProfile – whose goal is to make it easier for developers to use familiar Java EE technologies and APIs for building microservice applications.
- Microsoft also announced the availability of its .NET Core for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
- During the second day afternoon general session a wedding ceremony was held. With Paul Cormier acting as the ordained official and Jim Whitehurst the ring-bearer, Red Hat presided over the marriage of a couple in what was a touching and romantic ceremony.
There are several recap videos and keynote recordings available including the below:
- Red Hat Summit 2016: Recap - YouTube
- The Power of Participation: Red Hat Summit 2016 - YouTube
- Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst opens 2016 Summit - YouTube
- Paul Cormier & Burr Sutter Day 2 Keynote - Red Hat Summit 2016 - #theCUBE #RHSummit - YouTube
Now on to the happenings in our open source community!
- Immutant 2.1.5 Release includes several updates including support for deployment to the newly-released JBoss EAP 7
- Hawkular APM 0.9.0.Final Release which included name changes from the Hawkular BTM (Business Transaction Management) to Hawkular APM (Application Performance Management), to reflect the wider scope of the project.
- Wildfly Swarm 1.0.0.Final Release including bug fixes
- Windup 2.6.0.Final Release with several major improvements
- Hibernate Search 5.5.4.Final Release with several fixes
- Teiid 9.1.Alpha1 Release including the Wildfly upgrade
- Hibernate ORM 5.2 Release which is the first bug-fix release
- Keycloak 2.0.0.Final Release which contains minor bug fixes
- Weld 2.3.5.Final Release with several bug fixes and improvements
- Errai 4.0.0.Beta2 Release with a number of fixes and enhancements
Additional Summit and DevNation Sessions
- Galder Zamarreño shared DevNation Live Blog: Building Reactive Applications with Node.js and Red Hat JBoss Data Grid | Planet JBoss Developer
- Eric Schabell shared Red Hat Summit 2016 - Partners in crime from design to execution with Signavio and JBoss BPM (slides) | Planet JBoss …
- Eric Schabell is working on a book to be published by Manning entitled Effective Business Process Management with JBoss BPM
- Christian Posta announced the publishing of his book from O'Reilly entitled Microservices for Java Developers
- Heiko Rupp posted an article on using Hawkular-services via Docker
- Vlad Mihalcea posted the Hibernate Community Newsletter 13/2016
- Stephane Eparduad posted an article describing some of the new features of Ceylon 1.2.3
- Claus Ibsen posted the Video of Panel Discussion about Java Past, Present and Future with great experts in the Java world | Planet JBoss Dev…
Thanks for being a part of the JBoss Community and stay tuned for the next Weekly Editorial!
Kenneth Peeples, Shadow-Soft Director of Technical Services