The beauty of open source is that you can easily get your hands on it. Pick a component, download, install, modify and run it. With JBoss it’s no way different and gets even more simple
On Wednesday June 20, we have free virtual event focused on running EE applications on the Enterprise Application Platform in the cloud. Make sure to register your seat early.
Another good resource I discovered today is the “How to JBoss” feed. It offers an ongoing stream of examples, best practices and general development guides.
How to configure the JBossAS openshift cartridge
The OpenShift PaaS environment has updated the JBossAS cartridge to use jboss-as-7.1.0.Final as the server version. In this article Scott explains you can test the new configuration in your own environment. Read more…
Java SE 8 module metadata
David did some work in OpenJDK Penrose around changing the Java SE 8 module metadata from the .java/.class format into JSON.Read more…
Know your tools
The business logic integration platform keeps improving. The week the drools team did release Drools 5.4.0.Final. Your manager is still not convinced? Then consider one of these examples:
RichFaces 4.2.2.Final: This release was originally intended to focus on changes required to better align with the upcoming JBoss AS 7.1.2 release. However we had some community members step forward with some fixes, and those contributions ended up turning this release into a reasonable bug fix release! Read more…
Meet and Greet
Measuring performance and capacity planning in Java-based data grids