Welcome to this week's editorial!


This week we've seen a strong theme around the continual convergence of containers, microservice architectures, middleware and cloud. Christian Posta provides an interesting write-up of how how he's seeing the microservices space evolving and maturing. Whilst Eric Schabell explains how you can create your own containers based cloud on Windows using the Openshift Container Platform (OCP). Once you have your container platform, you are going to want to run some microservices in it. Ladislav Thon has you covered with a post on how to run Java EE 7 Samples with WildFly Swarm. Node.js more your thing? Lucas Holmquist can help you out with his explanation of how to Dockerize Node.js Apps. Finally, if you are using an Infinispan cluster running with Kubernetes/OpenShift, you will probably want to monitor it. Find out how!


We've also seen some activity around the Hibernate project this week with Marko Bekhta explaining how to add custom constraint definitions via the Java service loader with Hibernate Validator.


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