Welcome to another JBoss Weekly Editorial as we prepare for the end of March! We have a number of releases and blogs posts to highlight, so let’s get to it.
Christina Lin has a blog detailing which she believes are eight ideas that lead to "catastrophic cloud native microservice" deployments.If you are working with microservices, or are thinking about it, this blog is certainly worth a look.
Lastly, Brain Stansberry detailed the Wildfly 17 release roadmap over on the Wildfly site.
Great stuff is happening within Red Hat! Stay tuned for even more as the year progresses!
Thank you for joining us for another edition of the JBoss Weekly Editorial! We have some great news, blogs, and releases this week! Read further down for more information.
Quarkus: Supersonic Subatomic Java. As the website describes it: A Kubernetes Native Java stack tailored for GraalVM & OpenJDK HotSpot, crafted from the best of breed Java libraries and standards.
Quarkus was released earlier this week with great fanfare! It’s been a nine month journey to get here, but we’re all very excited about what this will enable developers to do. Gone now are the days of tests taking long enough for you to check your Facebook page, hot re-deploys, expensive memory usage, long deploy times.
Would you be interested in a REST & JPA application fully starting up in under a second and using less than 40MB of memory? Would you like to save and refresh your web browser to see changes like the dynamic language devs do?
You want integration? Quarkus integrates with Apache Camel, Hibernate, Apache Kafka, Jaeger, Vertx, and others! Be sure to buckle in because we’re just getting started.
Security features continue to improve in Wildfly with both the release of Wildfly 16 and Elytron 1.8.0. You can read more about some of the new features and improvements at Darran Lofthouse’s blog.
Stain Thorgersen has blogged about WebAuthn and support coming soon to Keycloak.