Dear RHQ Team.
I am interested in this topic too. Thanks very much for your hard work.
I can't give a definitive answer, but we are currently in the final touches for this. There are some test failures that we are looking into and we also want/need to run some testing before finally releasing.
As it stands right now, I think within the next week is realistic.
Many thanks for your information. It is nice to have RHQ on JBoss AS 7. Best regards.
thank you for this information, loking forward to use RHQ on AS 7.
Hello RHQ Team,
also thanks from my side, having RHQ running on JBoss 7 is a big step forward.
Hi Heiko, RHQ Team!
Gerhard, Hermann, welcome on board as well:)
Thanks for the very positive information for us - next week is really perfect!
Your efforts are highly appreciated around the world.
Alexey, Changchun, Gerhard, Hermann,
would you like to introduce yourself and your work with / interest in RHQ? How did you learn about it? Where are your areas of interest?
I come from China. Our company have many applications running on Weblogic. We try to move them from Weblogic from JBoss, and use RHQ to manage and monitor our applications.
Our team is working on customizing JBoss and RHQ to make it fit our commpany's need.
We are using JBoss EAP 5.1.2 and RHQ 4.4. We will move our application server to JBoss EAP 7 soon. So it will be great to have a RHQ running on JBoss AS 7.
we are a Telecom company based in Austria and my team ist developing a Telecom Application Server. We chose RHQ as management system for managing the AS platform and the deployed services. Currently we customize RHQ to fulfill our requirements.
I am working in the same team and on the same project as Hermann
Well it's out now, going to test
To chip in for myself as well - we are a government organization in Norway using RHQ to monitor and control JBoss (50+ currently) and Tomcat servers. There are also big plans of moving to EAP and JON during the coming year, so very exciting.
I used to think RHQ seemed too basic and lacking features, coming from a Tivoli workd, but after using it for a while and learning to use groups and operations properly I really see the value of the flexible and open architechture