• Microservices Batch Application with Thorntail and OpenShift

    Introduction  This blog post is the part of the series that showcase some of the work in JBeret family projects for modernizing Java batch processing.  Previously, we've discussed how to move your batch pro...
    Profile Photo
    created by Cheng Fang
  • This week in JBoss (21st September 2018) - a mixed bag

    So in this week's entry we have a mixed bag of things to cover with no single focus area - the teams have been working across a number of areas.   OK so let's kick it off with a long entry from Michael Musgrove ...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Mark Little
  • Build and Deploy Containerized Java Batch Applications on OpenShift

    Introduction  When migrating Java batch applications to cloud platforms such as OpenShift, there are different approaches how to build and containerize traditional applications.  Recall that JSR-352-based J...
    Profile Photo
    created by Cheng Fang
  • 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...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Farah Juma
  • Spring Boot on OpenShift with SAP HANA - Red Hat Raffle

    Introduction  As a developer/solution architect/technical marketing engineer/whatever (red) hat du jour, I attend a lot of conferences. I mostly give presentations about Red Hat with SAP and other partners and w...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Ted Jones
  • This week (month) in JBoss (8th September 2018): Catching up from vacation

    Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial, this edition covering articles which have been posted in the community over the last month while many of us have been on vacation.   Application Safety, Correctn...
    Profile Photo
    created by Kevin Conner
  • RESTEasy Tracing Feature Now Supports JSON formatted information

    Previously, the RESTEasy tracing feature just support the pre-formatted, text-based information like this:   $ curl -i http://localhost:8081/foo | head ... X-RESTEasy-Tracing-000: START    &#...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Weinan Li
  • Obtaining and managing certificates from Let’s Encrypt using the CLI in WildFly 14

    With WildFly 14, it is now possible to obtain and manage certificates from the Let’s Encrypt certificate authority using the WildFly CLI. In particular, it is possible to get a certificate from Let’s Encry...
    Profile Photo
    created by Farah Juma
  • Develop Batch Applications with Red Hat Developer Studio

    Red Hat Developer Studio is a comprehensive IDE for developing a wide range of enterprise applications, including Java applications for batch processing.  In this post, I will write about how to develop a standar...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Cheng Fang
  • RESTEasy release week

    It's been a busy week... but before leaving for the week-end I owe you an update ;-) Three new releases have been completed in the last days: RESTEasy 3.6.1.Final, first maintenance release of the 3.6 series, will be...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Alessio Soldano
  • This week in JBoss, 9th of August 2018 - Pushing Through The Heat Wave

    If you are, like me, in Europe now, you must know that it is (ridiculously) hot right now... But despite this heat wave of a sort, the JBoss community, as always, have been pretty busy in the last two weeks - certainl...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Romain Pelisse
  • RESTEasy Spring Boot starter 2.0.0.Final

    A couple of months ago, we announced the move of the RESTEasy Spring Boot starter to RESTEasy organization on GitHub. We also mentioned that soon a new version of the starter would have been available... and here we a...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Alessio Soldano
  • This week in JBoss, 26th of July 2018

    Welcome to the weekly roundup from the JBoss Community. Read on for an overview of the week's news and releases.   How to defeat gerrymandering and create fair elections Over the years, politicians have redrawn e...
    Profile Photo
    created by Paul Robinson
  • Asynchronous injection in RESTEasy

    Now that we've seen RxJava support in RESTEasy, we're ready to build on more reactive applications to illustrate common reactive use-cases.   Let's create an application with several types of requests, that we c...
  • Batch Subsystem in WildFly 13 Admin Console

    WildFly 13 (released in May 2018) includes a major upgrade to its admin console, with improved UI representation and added functionality. In this post, I will show how this upgrade has benefited JBeret batch subsystem...
    Profile Photo
    created by Cheng Fang
  • This week in JBoss, 13th of July 2018 - Release It!

    This editorial looks like it's going to be about release after release after release! The teams have really been busy!   First Marc has written a few articles about the new APIMan release (version 1.4) followed ...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Mark Little
  • RESTEasy 3.6.0.Final and 4.0.0.Beta4

    You might have recently read about the very interesting new features being developed these days in RESTEasy... great, the time has come to deliver them in a couple of releases! Last week, RESTEasy 3.6.0.Final and 4.0...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Alessio Soldano
  • Configuring permissions using Elytron in WildFly 13

    With WildFly 13, there’s a new way to configure permissions in the Elytron subsystem. In particular, it is now possible to configure permissions using a new permission-set resource.   Configuring permission...
    Profile Photo
    created by Farah Juma
  • This week in JBoss, 21st June 2018 - Countries come together

    I always enjoy watching all the different countries with varying backgrounds come together to play in World Cup Football.  This week has seen alot of ups and downs.  Unfortunately, the US Team did not qualif...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Kenneth Peeples
  • New: Asynchronous container filters

    JAX-RS 2.0 shipped with support for filtering requests and responses, which enabled a lot of great use-cases for delegating duplicated code away from resources and into filters that would do the same processing for ev...
    Profile Photo
    last modified by Stephane Epardaud