Last week have seen quite a lot of releases in the JBoss Community, especially the latest version of Infinispan Infinispan 9.1 "Bastille", but also the publication of several in depth articles, which clearly justifies the large 'tech bytes' section below. Enjoy !
Red Hat Summit Interview with Thomas Qvarnstrom on JBoss EAP
As mentioned above, there was quite a lot of interesting - and technical, content released last week, on the numerous blogs attached to the JBoss Community. The most striking one to me is probably this little tour of Infinispan internal on Infinispan: Conflict Management and Partition Handling, but also I also quite appreciated the webinar on Build distributed microservices using Apache Camel deployed on containers (webinar). The EDI Transformations with Fuse Integration Services (FIS)
tutorial also provided a nice glance into FIS.
Last, but not the least, there was a couple of little article on Elytron, including Under The Elytron: Custom Test Credential Store and Darran's WildFly Blog: WildFly Elytron - Principal Transformers, Realm Mappings, and Principal Decoders. Both are certainly worth taking a look at...
Eric D. Schabell's How to Optimize Existing IT by Modernizing HR Processes and How to Optimize Existing IT by Modernizing Financial Processes, both released last week, featured interesting thoughts on modernizing corporate processes, along with some nice online demo / example code.
Releases, releases, releases...
- Infinispan 9.1 "Bastille"
- Hibernate Search 5.8.0.Beta4 is out with AWS integration
- Arquillian :
To finish this week entry, here is a couple of links, stepping out of the "Java" world, but certainly worth taking a look at :
- The Dark Side: How Hackers are Manipulating Our World – RHD Blog
- Five OpenShift Development Environments in Five Minutes – RHD Blog
Hopefully, you have found something in this week's editorial to pique your interest and give you something to explore while waiting for next week's installment. Join us here next week for more news from the JBoss Community.