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When you're standing on a stage or doing a live demo in an online session, getting your project into a perfect-looking state may appear easy. But a lot of work goes on behind the scenes to create working, easy to use, and repeatable demo projects.
When you're doing a demo, the technology in a project must support your bigger story about the project without failing. My fellow JBoss technology evangelists and I often have to set up different technologies, so it became necessary for us to tune some sort of generic framework or template to put these demo projects into.
WildFly, formerly known as JBoss is a cross-platform open source application runtime written in Java that helps you build amazing applications. WildFly is flexible, lightweight, and it is based on pluggable subsystems that can be added or removed as needed.
WildFly formerly known as JBoss is a cross-platform open source application runtime written in Java that helps you build amazing applications. WildFly is flexible, lightweight, and it is based on pluggable subsystems that can be added or removed as needed.
News briefs for January 22, 2019.
Apache Maven is a free and open source project management and comprehension tool used primarily for Java projects. Maven uses a Project Object Model (POM) which is essentially a XML file containing information about the project, configuration details, the project’s dependencies, and so on.
In this tutorial we will show you two different ways to install Apache Maven on CentOS 7.
WildFly also known as JBoss is a free and open source application server written in Java which implements the Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) specification. In this tutorial, I will explain how to install WildFly application server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
This is a simple & easy guide to help you create a Wildfly cluster on the Linux machines.We will be using wildfly verison 10.1.0, which is the latest wildfly version at the time of writing this tutorial. Wildfly supports clustering out of the box & we need not install any special services/packages to get wildfly cluster working.
XWiki is a free and open source wiki software written in Java runs on a servlet container like Tomcat, JBoss etc. This tutorial describes the installation of XWiki on Ubuntu 16.04.
Red Hat's Java Enterprise Edition middleware stack is now available on the company's Plaform-as-a-Service cloud.
Red Hat officially closed on its acquisition of enterprise Java tools vendor JBoss for $350 million last June. Ever since, Red Hat has been growing its Java application tools business and expanding its development products and projects.
Red Hat executives emphasized their commitment to Java at today's Devnation event in San Francisco with a new middleware platform, while noting that other other languages, notably Microsoft's .NET, are now also being supported as well.
DevConf.cz 2016 is taking place this weekend in Brno, Czech Republic. Over the years, DevConf has become the largest Linux and open-source oriented events in Central Europe. Head over to Brno to mingle with over a 1000 developers, open source advocates, and users.
JBoss/Wildfly Java application servers are the go-to solution for many enterprises. This how covers the steps needed to configure JBoss or Wildfly in domain mode.
DevConf.cz 2016 has announced a Call for Papers
. DevConf.cz, held annually in Brno, Czech Republic, is one of the largest Linux and open-source oriented events in central Europe. Submit your proposals by November 30, 2015.
Cat Robson is a user experience strategist and manager working on the Red Hat user experience team. Since arriving at Red Hat in 2012, she has influenced the design of the JBoss Developer website, JBoss EAP, JBDS, and other products. She helps teams see how a user experience focus can improve the quality of their offerings. She teaches each part of the organization to become passionate about the user experience.
Read her blog about user experience at CatRobson.com.
Priot to her talk at DevNation this year, I reached out to her so we could learn more about her work at Red Hat and about the future of open source licenses in the Internet of Things (IoT) era.
Installing and setting-up JAVA & JBoss 7 Final on a CentOS 6 Linux VPS. In the following tutorial we will walk you through the steps of installing and setting up JAVA and JBoss 7 Final using one of our CentOS 6 linux virtual servers.
Open-source programming language gets a major update that will shape enterprise IT development for the next several years.
Red Hat on Tuesday unveiled Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite 6, an open source business process management suite that combines business process management, business rules management and complex event processing technologies in a single product offering. JBoss BPM Suite 6 includes all the capabilities of the next version of Red Hat's business rules platform, JBoss BRMS 6.
Sights set on OpenStack
Enterprise Linux vendor Red Hat posted strong financial results for the third quarter of its fiscal 2014 on Thursday, with earnings that beat both analysts' estimates and the company's own earlier guidance.…
Linux vendor Red Hat is updating its middleware solutions portfolio today with the JBoss Portal 6.1 release, integrating social media authentication capabilities via Facebook, Google+ and Twitter as well as enabling a new era of mobile devices.
I recently had the honor of being a guest on the JBoss Asylum podcast, hosted by Red Hat's Emmanuel Bernard and Max Rydahl Andersen. We discussed various topics at the intersection of law and software (particularly in relation to open source), including the
Can Red Hat's latest financial results and profits prove that partners are pushing the open source company's cloud, virtualization and storage offerings?
The message coming out of Red Hat's annual Red Hat Summit is that while Linux is Red Hat's foundation, OpenStack is its future.
Are you confused by the recent spate of Java SE updates? You ain't seen nothing yet. While Oracle has diligently been updating Java for security flaws (and some features too) in recent months, it has been hard to keep track of version numbers. Oracle is not introducing new nomenclature that might make it easier or harder, depending on your perspective.
After tallying the votes in a naming contest that kicked off in October 2012, leading Linux vendor Red Hat has announced that the product formerly known as the JBoss Application Server (AS) will henceforth be known as WildFly.
Red Hat this week unveiled JBoss Data Grid 6.1, an update to its in-memory database, with significant new functionality for high availability and disaster recovery. Its first update in nearly a year, Red Hat's database for large-scale enterprise applications now supports data-center replication across geographically dispersed clusters as well as the ability to perform rolling upgrades without interrupting service.
Red Hat to Contribute Red Hat Storage Hadoop Plug-in to Apache Hadoop Community
Linux shop man on app servers, business and keeping devs interested
Seven years after Red Hat snatched JBoss out from under Larry Ellison’s nose, the enterprise Linux distributor is continuing to squeeze the juice from the open-source application server.…
Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) has joined Hewlett-Packard‘s (NYSE: HPQ) HP Enterprise Services Technology Alliance program. The move essentially confirms that HP is building a range of on-premises and cloud services atop Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and JBoss middleware software.
Red Hat says its JBoss Enterprise Application Platform has evolved to embrace far more than just Java, and to reflect this, it has launched a contest to rename the JBoss Application Server (JBossAS) to something more in line with its current vision of multi-language programming. In a blog post on Monday, Red Hat Senior Director of Middleware Engineering Mark Little explained that JBossAS is a very different project than what it was when it launched as an open source Java EE application server.
Red Hat want to separate the JBoss AS project from the JBoss EAP product and are looking for a new name for the former. In other news, the company is now working to bring Hibernate to MongoDB with the help of 10Gen
A new version, new leadership, new support and a workaround for a bug in JDK 7's InvokeDynamic are the latest developments for the project that lets Ruby on Rails applications run on JBoss's Application Server
At Red Hat Summit and JBoss World this week in Boston, The VAR Guy expects plenty of surprises on the cloud computing, big data storage and Linux fronts. But the first news actually involves JBoss, an open source middleware platform that continues to gain momentum with partners and customers.
Back in 2008 and 2009 I kept a really close eye on the top 50 open source companies and their partnering strategies. Fast forward to 2012 and whatever became of those top 50 open source companies? Some are thriving, some are dead, and some are repositioning for the cloud and barely even mention open source anymore. Here's the update
Venue Announced and Call For Papers Opened
If you are a open source software developer or a content writer you can use Zanata to translate your software strings, User interface text/String, software documentation and localized into any languages.
Have you heard the buzz about JBoss AS 7? Happy days for the developer community-- the productivity gains of JEE 6 are combined with lightning fast speed and minimal footprint for AS 7. The downside to all this is there is much to learn (again). Packt can help.
Despite the challenging U.S. economy, Red Hat sure sounds optimistic. The open source company plans to hire roughly 1,000 people in 2012. And this isn’t a pure Linux strategy. Red Hat also continues to invest in virtualization, storage, middleware and cloud computing. Here's the strategy.
We still haven’t heard anything from David Letterman’s lawyers, so we figure he’s cool with us stealing his IP. If he sends us one of those “cease and desist” notices, we’ll just claim that the rights to the Top 10 list were given to us by NBC, who said he abandoned them when he bolted to CBS. Anyway, we’ve discovered that the list is a teeny bit funnier if you read it aloud, pretending you’re Mr. Letterman, right Paul?
How serious is Red Hat about pushing beyond Linux? Take a look at Red Hat’s latest quarterly results, disclosed yesterday, and a cloud seminar that’s set for today. You’ll get a feel for how the open source company is striving to reinvent its business amid a march toward $1 billion in annual revenues. Here's the evidence.
Canonical, Ltd.'s new business model of choice — proprietary relicensing (once trailblazed by MySQL AB) — was also barely legitimate. In one literal sense, that's still true: it's legitimate in the sense that it doesn't violate GPL. In the sense of software freedom morality, I think proprietary relicensing harms the Free Software community too much, and that it was therefore a mistake to ever tolerate it.
Sun’s first mistake with Java was locking up the codebase, letting few see it, and letting even fewer improve it, so that today, there exists only a small community of people, outside of Sun/Oracle, who understand and are improving the core.
"Philosophical issues notwithstanding, Red Hat is not in the same situation as Apache," Sharples commented. "Red Hat (and JBoss before it) is a Java licensee and the Java SE implementation we ship is based on OpendJDK and covered by the OpenJDK Community License Agreement"
Red Hat is in talks to buy a JBoss cloud provisioning startup called Makara, according to a source familiar with the matter. Makara – a Red Hat JBoss partner – produces a portal enabling IT teams to set up, provision, and administer public Amazon and private Xen and VMware clouds. The two-year old company is believed to have met with virtualization giant VMware, who turned down the prospect of a deal.
Yesterday Red Hat hosted a virtual press conference titled "The Evolution of Cloud Foundations." The press conference served to outline Red Hat's plans for the future of their cloud services and JBoss, but the big announcement was that the company would be open sourcing all of its cloud APIs.
Rumors are swirling that SAP may acquire Red Hat. But does it make sense for SAP to acquire Red Hat's Linux, JBoss Middleware and RHEV virtualization businesses? Absolutely yes. .
Red Hat is not as precisely coupled to the economy as many other IT players. Throughout the Great Recession, Red Hat got its brim a little wet, but it never blew off Wall Street's head and got trampled in the mud like so many other companies. And as the economy recovers, the commercial Linux operating system and JBoss middleware distributor is growing at more or less the same rate – like nothing ever happened.
Red Hat already focuses on Linux, JBoss middleware and virtualization. But there are multiple signs the open source company will make a business intelligence move soon. And Red Hat’s move could involve either Jaspersoft or EnterpriseDB — or both. .
On the application platform side of the cloud, Red Hat is developing the BoxGrinder project. JBoss Fellow Bob McWhirter explained during the forum that one of the goals of BoxGrinder is to make is easy to grind out server configurations for a variety of virtualization fabrics.
LOS ANGELES -- Ubuntu announces that it will hold the first UbuCon hosted at the Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE 8x) on Friday, Feb. 19, in an all-day session of talks and activities. Part unconference and part scheduled sessions, UbuCon will cover what is going on with, and how to improve, the Ubuntu community. The final hour of the event will include lightning talks.
Red Hat is looking to fill gaps in its increasingly burgeoning portfolio of software goodies by declaring it may soon get into the BI game. The company’s JBoss CTO Mark Little told journalists at a press event in London this morning that plans were afoot to develop software for that market. He would not be pushed, however, on whether Red Hat’s move into the Business Intelligence area would involve homegrown technology or come from a possible acquisition over the next year. “We have plans to do something in the BI space,” he said.
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