• This Week in JBoss (12th October 2017) : Sunshine in the Clouds

    Running software in the clouds have been an essential topic of our industry for almost a decade now. While it used to be reserved to the cutting-edge, experimental and adventurous projects, it has been, in the last ye...
    Romain Pelisse
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  • This Week in JBoss (10 October 2017)

    Welcome back to another weekly editorial! Those of you catching up from JavaOne, we hope you found time to visit the booth and try out OpenShift.io! There are a number of posts to cover this week, so, let’s get ...
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  • EE4J - Life Beyond Java EE Begins Today!

    I already wrote about the work we, IBM and Oracle have been doing together to move Java EE to a foundation. At the time I couldn't say which foundation but now we know it's Eclipse and that the project will be called ...
    Mark Little
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  • This week in JBoss (28 Sept 2017) - To bodly go where to JavaOne has (not) gone before...

    With the release of the new Start Trek TV series, I hope the reader will pardon me for this (not so) inspired title... Nevertheless, JavaOne is coming up and the JBoss Community is getting ready for it !!!   Java...
    Romain Pelisse
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  • How to use an Elytron SASL mechanism that supports channel binding

    Some SASL mechanisms support channel binding to external secure channels like TLS. The name of a SASL mechanism tells us if channel binding is supported. In particular, SASL mechanisms that support the optional use of...
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  • This week in JBoss (21 Sept 2017)

    Happy Java 9 day! Hope everyone is enjoying a new version of Java and getting used to Jigsaw. Sorry, we missed last week, but we’ll get you all caught up here. Again, our hearts go out to those affected by the n...
    Jason Porter
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  • Getting started with EJBs and Elytron Part 1: Securing EJBs and invoking them from remote clients

    This blog post describes how to secure EJBs deployed to WildFly 11 using Elytron and how to invoke them from a standalone remote client. If you haven’t already, take a look at the Elytron documentation  on ...
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  • We are moving ...

    JBoss and Fuse has always been about developer focus. Whether you're someone who builds applications with our projects and products, or someone who contributes to the construction of those projects, or a combination o...
    Mark Little
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  • Windup 4.0.0.Beta4 is out!

    Windup is changing the face and content in parallel, so if you know about or not we have now Red Hat Migration Toolkit presentation on Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit Overview | Red Hat Developers  site whi...
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  • This week in JBoss (08 Sept 2017)

    Welcome everyone, to another edition of JBoss Weekly! We have some great news to share with you all this week. I hope you’ve stayed current with other happenings out in the Java world over the past couple of wee...
    Jason Porter
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  • Getting started with EJBs and Elytron Part 2: EJB invocations from remote servers

    My previous blog post described how to secure EJBs deployed to WildFly 11 using Elytron and how to invoke them from a standalone remote client. This post describes how to invoke EJBs deployed on a WildFly server insta...
    Farah Juma
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  • This week in JBoss (31st August 2017) - The Times They Are A Changin'

    For those who don't recognise it, the title is a reference to that Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan and his song, but it really is quite apt at the moment. First let's look at some monumental news which is hopefully not s...
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  • This week in JBoss (17th August 2017)

    Interview with Brian Leathem & Leslie Hinson from the PartternFly Project    In this interview, Jason Porter interviews Brian Leathem & Leslie Hinson from the PaternFly project. PatternFly is a c...
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  • Java EE and open source

    By now I'm hoping that most people will have seen the announcement from Oracle around Java EE and possible moves towards open source foundations. Of course there are a few media articles on the topic now because if th...
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  • This week in JBoss (10th August 2017): Rules and Microservices plus much more

    I enjoy reading about and being involved with different organizations that help young men and women get more involved in technology and the sciences.  I like to help with codecamps but a part of my background is ...
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  • How to use RESTEasy in a Spring Boot application

    Spring Boot   Spring Boot is Spring "convention-over-configuration" solution for creating stand-alone, production-grade Spring-based Applications, usually contained in a single and executable jar. It is also an ...
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  • This week in JBoss (27th July 2017): OptaPlanner, Clustered Counters, Containers and more

    Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Weekly Editorial, another trip through the JBoss Communities in search of interesting articles and topics.   Red Hat Summit Interview with Geoffrey De Smet    ...
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  • Summer releases and now on JAX-RS 2.1!

    RESTEasy 3.1.4.Final and 3.0.24.Final have been released during last weekend. They're both maintenance releases, including a bunch of bug fixes. Please have a look at the release notes for details. Now it's really ti...
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  • This week in JBoss (20th July 2017): Bastille Day

    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...
    Romain Pelisse
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  • This week in JBoss (13th July 2017): A (WildFly) swarm of Microservices content

    This week we are seeing a lot of activity around WildFly Swarm, in additional to the usual set of releases you have come to expect from the JBoss Community. Microservices with WildFly Swarm   WildFly Swarm all...
    Paul Robinson
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