• WildFly 18 EJB Thread Pool Configuration Improvement

    WildFly 18 was successfully released in October, 2019.  Among many features and improvements implemented in this release is more fine-grained configuration of ejb3 subsystem thread pool.  In this blog post, ...
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  • Planned Security Features for WildFly 19

    Since the feature development phase for WildFly 19 has now started, we wanted to highlight the security features that we are planning to work on for this release.   Planned Features  WFLY-12609 Add support ...
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  • This Week in JBoss, 9th October 2019 - Cloud native with Quarkus and Camel 3 coming up!

    Welcome back to this new installment of the JBoss Weekly Editorial! It's been almost a month since the last one, so obviously, a lot as happens, but you'll try to catch you up as much as we can. There was a lot activi...
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  • Looking to the future...

    If you look at the download page, you might notice that so far 2019 has been a year rich of RESTEasy releases. We've made 11 new versions available to the community, starting a new major (4.0) and six new minor (3.7, ...
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  • RESTEasy Spring Boot Starter 4.1.1.Final released

    In release, these dependencies are upgraded:   -  Spring Boot dependency is upgraded to 2.1.9.RELEASE - RESTEasy dependency is upgraded to version 4.3.1.Final
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  • New Security Features in WildFly 18

    This blog post highlights the new security features included in WildFly 18.   Certificate Authority Configuration  Since WildFly 14, it's possible to obtain and manage certificates from Let’s Encrypt ...
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  • RESTEasy 4.3.0.Final and 3.9.0.Final released

    Two new RESTEasy releases appeared recently, 4.3.0.Final and 3.9.0.Final. Both of them introduce a new feature which allows resource method parameters to be java.util.Optional<T> types, allowing a cleaner coding...
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  • This Week in JBoss, 13th September 2019 - Onward with Jakarta EE 8!

    Welcome back to this new installment of the JBoss Weekly Editorial. This week our main guest star is the newly released Jakarta EE 8! And now, on with the show!   Jakarta EE 8    Certainly, the most...
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  • Configuring an aggregate-realm with a principal-transformer

    Elytron currently supports aggregate security realms which are an aggregate of an authentication-realm and one or more authorization-realms. The authentication-realm is used to load the credentials of an identity or p...
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  • Upcoming support for automatic updates of credential stores

    One of the new security features that we have been working on is adding support for automatic updates of credential stores. Although this feature didn’t make it into WildFly 18, the plan is to have it included i...
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  • Mapping an X.509 certificate chain to an identity using a subject alternative name

    A new security feature that we have been working on is enhancing the way an X.509 certificate chain gets mapped to an underlying identity. This feature will be included in WildFly 18. This blog post gives an overview ...
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  • Support for masked passwords in the client XML configuration

    The Elytron Client allows remote clients to authenticate using Elytron. The configurations for these clients can be specified in two ways: using an XML configuration file or using a programmatic approach.   With...
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  • RESTEasy Spring Boot Starter 4.1.0.Final and 3.2.0.Final released

    The RESTEasy Spring Boot Starter 4.1.0.Final and 3.2.0.Final are released, and the major change is that these two releases adopt the newest RESTEasy releases as dependencies (RESTEasy 4.3.0.Final and 3.9.0.Final respe...
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  • JBoss Weekly Editorial 30 August 2019

    Welcome everyone! We hope everyone is excited (or enjoyed if it has already passed) for the Labor Day weekend if you’re in the U.S. There are some great blog posts over the past couple of weeks we want to highli...
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  • JBoss Editorial (August 16th)

    Read on to find out the latest from the JBoss community...   DevNation Live: Quarkus – Hibernate with Panache In this tech talk you will learn from Emmanuel Bernard about Hibernate Panache. Hibernate ORM wi...
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  • RESTEasy 4.2.0.Final: performance enhancements and new features

    I'm pleased to announce that, at the end of last week, RESTEasy 4.2.0.Final has been released! It's less than two months since the previous minor has been tagged, however the community has been quite active lately (th...
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  • This week in JBoss (August 2th 2019) - Live with Quarkus!

    One of the latest and most innovative releases of our community has certainly been Quarkus. The project was published just a few months ago and it’s not surprising that it is now the topic of many materials bein...
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  • This week in JBoss (July 18th 2019) - Big Purple!

    Welcome to a new installment of the JBoss Weekly Editorial! (Which is now released every two weeks, but let’s not get sidetrack by that). The biggest news is for sure IBM and Mark Little have commented on that o...
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  • RESTEasy Spring Boot Starter 4.0.0.Final released

    RESTEasy Spring Boot Starter 4.0.0.Final released    RESTEasy Spring Boot Starter 4.0.0.Final is released and can be fetched from Github: Release 4.0.0.Final · resteasy/resteasy-spring-boot ·...
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  • Welcome IBM to the Red Hat/JBoss family

    It's been quite a hectic time since the original announcement in 2018 that IBM was to acquire Red Hat. I wrote about this on my personal blog at the time. I know this has pleased some, confused others, worried people ...
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