Business Process Management News
Eric Schabell continues his "Modern Process Integration Tooling Workshop" series with parts four and five. These instalments focus on creating a business process. Eric will be delivering the full workshop on the 7th of March in Edinburgh for JBUG:Scotland. See here for more details. Whilst working on the workshop, Visual Studio users can try the jBPM plugin for quickly viewing process diagrams.
About two years ago, Red Hat IT finished migrating our customer-facing authentication system to Red Hat Single Sign-On. This article describes how we’re now addressing database and session replication between global sites.
On January 30th Red Hat announced Red Hat AMQ Online. This new offering combines the best features of Red Hat’s rock-solid AMQ product with the cloud accessibility of Red Hat OpenShift. This new feature from the Red Hat Integration solution allows service administrators to deploy and manage messaging infrastructure, while user teams (tenants) can request messaging resources, both using Kubernetes-native APIs and tools. Read the article to learn more.
This article, which is the first in a series of three articles, describes how the new Red Hat Integration bundle allows citizen integrators to quickly provide an API through tools that make creating an API in five simple steps effortless.
If your a developer using Hibernate, you'll likely find this roundup of the latest Hibernate news of interest.
In this post Harald Pehl explains how to monitor management operations in the WildFly application server. This hands-on post walks you through how to list and cancel active management operations as well as detecting those that are failing to progress.
- Hibernate ORM 5.3.8.Final. Focuses on compatibility bug fixes.
- Hibernate Validator 6.0.15.Final. Fixes an important issue related to the usage of @GroupSequence: See: HV-1692.
- HAL 3.1.2. Contains various new features, bug fixes and enhancements.
- JGroups 4.0.17. Inlcudes one fix that ensures JGroups handles concurrent leaving of nodes correctly. See: JGRP-2293