I'm pretty proud that I will be speaking at the annual OUGN spring seminar again. The famous boat trip will take place beginning of March and I will be directly heading there from DevNexus probably. This trip is special because of many things. First of all, it is an Oracle User Group conference which is opening their Java and Java EE offerings since some time now and I am happy to bring some JBoss and (more...)
Java Mission Control (JMC) enables you to monitor and manage Java applications without introducing the performance overhead normally associated with these types of tools. It uses data which is already getting collected for normal dynamic optimization of the JVM resulting in a very lightweight approach to observe and analyze problems in the application code. The JMC consists of three different types of tools. A JMX browser which let's you browse all available JVM instances on (more...)
Everybody seems to do Docker these days. And the whole topic gets even more attraction with Microsoft committed to integrate it into Windows. As many middleware developers are running Windows, I thought I give it a try myself and also give some more tips along the way about how to build and run images with the least possible amount of struggle with Docker containers, hosts and guests and command line options. Arun did a very (more...)
Adam asked me about that at NetBeans Day in Munich. One part of the JAX-RS Client API isn't fully standardized but still very important looking at today's microservice architectures. I am talking about timeouts here. Adam showed how to set them for Jersey and I just needed to find out how to do the same with Resteasy.
Just three days ago, the team around Thomas Diesler (@tdiesler) released the 2.0.0.CR1 version of the WildFly-Camel subsystem it allows you to add Camel Routes as part of the WildFly configuration. Routes can be deployed as part of JavaEE applications. JavaEE components can access the Camel Core API and various Camel Component APIs. This release in particular added a number of new camel components to the subsystem and added support for the WildFly (more...)
The NetBeans Dream Team is a community-driven group of highly skilled NetBeans users and contributors. They participate at NetBeans developer events, on mailing lists and developer forums, providing new, interesting and informative content as well as developing new and creative ways to promote and enhance NetBeans. And as of today, I'm accepted as a new member to this exclusive group of passionate people. This might look a little odd, as most of my readers know (more...)
Time for another episode in my developer interview series. Yesterday I had the pleasure to talk to Antoine Sabot-Durand (@antoine_sd) who is the co-spec-lead of JSR 365 (Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java 2.0). Besides working on the CDI specification, he is also responsible for the CDI ecosystem at Red Hat - currently focused on DeltaSpike. He's also tech lead on Agorava, a CDI framework helping social media consuming. He has been (more...)
Today was NetBeans Day in Munich. I had the pleasure to present one session about the integration of Red Hat's products with my famous IDE. So, I've been talking about WildFly, EAP, Git, OpenShift Online and showed all the different ways optimize your development workflow with that tool-set.
It's been roughly 100 attendees and it was a pleasure to be there. Thanks everybody for making it, even if half of Germany was on (more...)
The last blog post about Devoxx and what happened there. Promised. But I really wanted to do this very special developer interview with the team behind the Demo. You already know everything about the technical details behind it and now it it time to let those speak, who actually implemented it.
Sit back, relax and get a #Coffee+++! Thanks to the team for taking the time!
OpenShift is the "open hybrid cloud application platform by Red Hat". It comes in different flavors and the most interesting part for most of the things you want to do is the public cloud application development and hosting platform "OpenShift Online". You can easily try it out because using OpenShift Online in the cloud is free and it's easy. All it takes is an email address. The free offering allows for up to three basic (more...)
Just a short few days back I was at Devoxx Belgium. For those not in the know. Devoxx Belgium is the premier European java conference and is often referred to as the Java One of Europe. It's a developer centric conference. The folks in attendance are generally language geeks, jvm junkies, performance nuts and general java enthusiasts. We, Red Hat, have been sponsoring the event for a few years now and had a premier stand (more...)
DZone made it again. Another one of their famous guides got published yesterday. This time it is all about Enterprise Integration. It contains articles by industry experts and the complete result from a survey of over 500 practitioners and developers which is probably the most interesting part. So, looking at the distribution of the different integration solutions:
"Out of all integration frameworks (EIP), ESBs, and integration suites, Spring Integration is the most popular (42%) and (more...)
Devoxx is nearly a wrap. Beside the general awesomeness, Stephan and his team launched a new content website to be the number one stop for all topics related to technologies which are relevant for Devoxx attendees. While I've been at GeeCon, Lucy asked me for an interview which I happily gave. So we get to chat about WildFly development and explains why the Java EE needs you. And about JBUGs (http://www.jboss.org/usergroups) (more...)
If everything went fine, I just got off the stage and ended the demo part of Mike's (@mpiech) demo. We talked a lot about xPaaS. The different pieces of the puzzle that we integrated and about our newest acquisition FeedHenry. I think, that all this is worth a more detailed blog post about the inner workings of the demo.
I had the pleasure to attend OpenSlava conference in Bratislava last week. It is a one day event which is comparably new and launched last year. This year it grew even bigger and even expanded to another area at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies (FEI STU) of Bratislava. And as there are no registration fees for the conference, it is a great chance to catch up with a lot of interesting speakers.
Welcome to another episode of my developer interviews. It is my pleasure to introduce Matthias Wessendorf (@mwessendorf, blog), whom I know since a long time already. We've been working in and around Java EE for quite a while and met again in Red Hat finally.
Matthias is working at Red Hat where he is leading the AeroGear project. Previously, he was the PMC Chair of the Apache MyFaces project. Matthias is a (more...)
You have heard about the Virtual JBoss User Group before. It is your unique chance to catch up with all kinds of technologies and methodologies presented by well known Redhatters and community members from all around the world. Just a short week ago the vJBUG was live-streaming the Red Hat mini-booth sessions from JavaOne and we made all of them available for your to watch if you haven't been able to catch up. Keep an (more...)
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I'm happy to welcome you to another episode of my developer interviews. This time happening in the same timezone and a bright awake Markus got the chance to talk to Geert Schuring (@geertschuring, blog) wo works for Dutch Luminis. We talked about his latest project with JBoss Fuse and why he loves it a lot. Beside that he gave a very impressive demo which will make my daughters jealous: He controlled a Tinkerforge(more...)