Welcome to another episode of my developer interviews. It is my pleasure to introduce Matthias Wessendorf (@mwessendorf
), 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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, JBoss Fuse
, and how these technologies can help you implement a successful DevOps strategy with Automation, Continuous Delivery, and a deep understanding of your middleware.
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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
) 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...)
The "Heroes of Java
" series took a long break. Honestly, I thought it might end in the middle of nowhere, even if there are still so many people I would love to include here. One of them is Dan. The first time I asked him to contribute is almost one and a half year back and with everything which happened in the meantime, I made my peace with not getting an answer anymore. (more...)
Do you know what the number one stop for all kinds of great JBoss developer sessions is? No? It is the Virtual JBoss User Group
. It has been launched at the beginning of this year and gained more and more attraction. The idea behind it is pretty simple. Make it easy for all interested developers around the world to attend a user group and take advantage of the knowledge that is shared in those meetings. (more...)
Latest Packt Publishing Java EE 7 books are all around performance and tuning. I had the pleasure to review another book, the "Java EE 7 Performance Tuning and Optimization
" by Osama Oransa.Abstract
With the expansion of online enterprise services, the performance of an enterprise application has become a critical issue. Even the smallest change to service availability can severely impact customer satisfaction, which can cause the enterprise to incur huge losses. Performance tuning (more...)
In one of my last posts I explained how you get started with SwitchYard on WildFly 8.1. In the meantime the project was busy and released another Alpha2. A very good opportunity to explore the quickstarts here and refresh your memory about it. Beside the version change, you can still use the earlier blog to setup you local WildFly 8 server with latest Switchyard
. As with all frameworks there is plenty of stuff to (more...)
In my evening hours I had the chance to talk to Jeff Genender (@jgenender
) which resulted in a new episode of my developer interviews. We talked about all things Apache and integration and also a bit about Java EE and microservices and what today's customers want from a modern architecture.
Jeff Genender is a Java Champion, Apache Member, and Java Open Source consultant specializing in SOA and enterprise service implementation. Jeff has over 23 (more...)
Red Hat, Inc.today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire FeedHenry
, a leading enterprise mobile application platform provider. This will expand Red Hat’s portfolio of application development, integration, and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions and support our customers with mobile application development in public and private environments.
A warm welcome to the FeedHenry Team at Red Hat!What is FeedHenry?
It is a cloud-based mobile application platform to design, develop, deploy and (more...)
Everybody heard the news probably. The first WildFly 9.0.0.Alpha1 release came out Monday. You can download it from the wildfly.org
website The biggest changes are that it is built by a new feature provisioning tool which is layered on the now separate core distribution and also contains a new Servlet Distribution
(only a 25 MB ZIP) which is based on it. It is called "web lite" until there'll be a better name. (more...)
JBoss Fuse combines several technologies like core Enterprise Service Bus capabilities (based on Apache Camel, Apache CXF, Apache ActiveMQ), Apache Karaf and Fabric8 in a single integrated distribution. The best part is, that no matter what your skill level is, contributing to JBoss Fuse can be very rewarding and a great learning experience. You’ll meet lots of smart, passionate developers who are all driven to create the best middleware possible in open source! A good (more...)
I gave a brief introduction about the Overlord project family yesterday. Today it's time to test-drive a bit. The API Management sub-project released a 1.0.0.Alpha1 two days ago and introduces the first set of features according to the 18-Month roadmap
.What is APIMan exactly?
It is an API management system which can either be embedded with existing frameworks or applications or even run as a separate system. So far, so good. But (more...)
We're living in a more and more distributed world today. Instead of having individual, departmental projects running on some hardware below a random desk, today's computer systems run at large scale, centralized or even distributed. The needs for monitoring and managing never changed but got far more complex over time. If you'd put all those cross functional features into a bucket it would most likely be called "Governance". This can happen on many levels. People, (more...)
Already the fourth edition of my pod- and screencast crossover. Today it was Red Hatter Stan Lewis (@gashcrumb
) who took some time to talk about his work and about the hot web-console which is the new front-end for all things JBoss Fabric8
. He is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat and came on board with the Fusesource acquisition end of 2012. As one of the primary developers on the hawtio (more...)
This is another blog the ongoing series about the Red Hat xPaaS
solutions, where I am trying to demystify the acronyms a bit and give you more information about the projects and products composed around it. After the initial overview
this post focuses on the first aspect of the iPaaS solution
: JBoss Data Virtualization.What is Data Virtualization and why should I care?
Think of Data Virtualization as of a distinct layer between your (more...)
I recently came across KeyBox
) connecting to JSch
(Java implementation of SSH2) running as a web-application on the JBoss Enterprise Web Server (EWS 2.0
This is a quick and easy way to get hand on (more...)
After you've hopefully read the short little introduction to xPaaS
you're excited to try out all the new features and just want to get started without further reading? That is easy. The only true prerequisite for everything you do around xPaaS is an OpenShift
account. And believe it or not, it is free. Like in free. If you don't believe me, follow a few simple steps to get yours today
.First and Only Step
Since Camel version 2.10 there is support for CDI (JSR-299) and DI (JSR-330). This offers new opportunities to develop and deploy Apache Camel projects in Java EE containers but also in standalone Java SE or CDI containers. Time to try it out and get familiar with it.What exactly is Camel?
Camel is an integration framework. Some like to call it ESB-lite. But in the end, it is a very developer and component focused (more...)