• Red Hat JBoss Middleware Integration with SAP -  A State of the Union

    Red Hat's partnership with SAP goes way back and has never been stronger than it is today. Whether it is certifying RHEL for SAP applications, creating joint demos, webinars or certifying Red Hat JBoss Middleware prod...
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  • This week in JBoss (10th January 2019): 2019 already on fire!!!

    This new year has barely begun but the JBoss community is already running full steam ahead! But don’t worry, this editorial will catch you up in no time. Wildfly has a new project lead!  Let's start by s...
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  • Securing an embedded Jetty server using Elytron

    Although Elytron was developed for the WildFly application server, it is possible to use Elytron outside of WildFly. This blog post is going to give an overview of how to secure an embedded Jetty server using Elytron....
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  • Einladung: Gründung einer OpenShift Community in und um OWL am 24.1.2019

    Ein frohes neues Jahr!   Wir laden Sie am 24.01.2019 ab 17:30 Uhr herzlich zum kommenden JBug OWL Treffen ein.   Hauptthema ist diesmal die Gründung einer OpenShift Community in und um OWL.   W...
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  • JBoss Weekly Editorial 2018-12-13

    All of us are getting ready for the Holiday Season, thank you for taking some time catching up with us this week! The past couple of weeks can be summed up in three words: Releases, jBPM, Integration! Let’s do a...
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  • Eclipse EE4J and Glassfish Now Being Fully Built and Tested as Open Source

    The Eclipse EE4J project has reached a milestone of having all of it's sub-projects available in Eclipse EE4J github organization with nightly and release builds run under the Eclipse CI environment. This includes the...
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  • This week in JBoss (29th November 2018): Wait, what,... SpringBoot???

    The last editorial was focused on the "breaking news" of the day. Even if the dust has far from settled on this, it's time for us to get back to business as usual! Well, not really as usual, because we have a rather a...
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  • JBoss Weekly 2018-11-16

    Welcome back! It has been a busy couple of weeks for us within Red Hat Middleware. Hot on the tails of Oracle CodeOne is Devoxx BE, followed shortly after by Devoxx MA!   Red Hat and IBM We want to start thing...
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  • Manipulating KeyStores using the CLI in WildFly 12

    With WildFly 12, it is now possible to perform various KeyStore manipulation operations on a key-store resource in the Elytron subsystem using the JBoss CLI. In particular, the new operations make it possible to: Gen...
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  • The Beauty of Containers with Ian Lawson - Wednesday 21st September 2018, Edinburgh

    Join us at our next JBUG Scotland event on Wednesday, 21st November where Ian Lawson, Principal Specialist Solution Architect at Red Hat, will be presenting on the Beauty of the Container Revolution: "With the advent ...
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  • This week in JBoss (20th October 2018): jBPM in Abundance

    Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial, our regular trip through the JBoss communities in search of interesting developments.  In this week's edition we are largely focussing on jBPM with numerous arti...
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  • RESTEasy WADL Grammar Support

    # RESTEasy WADL Grammar Support RESTEasy has added WADL grammar support by this PR:     - [RESTEASY-1695 Add GRAMMARS into RESTEasy WADL by liweinan · Pull Request #1649 · resteasy/Resteasy ·...
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  • Eclipse Glassfish 5.1 RC-1

    Today the first candidate release of the Eclipse Glassfish server targeting the new Jakarta EE 8 release is available. This was a huge effort to move the Glassfish source repositories over to the Eclipse github organi...
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  • 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...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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...
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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...
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  • 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...
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  • 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...
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  • 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    &#...
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