23 May 2019

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Camel Rebirth with Subsecond Experiences

This post was originally published here. Check out my new Kubernetes Patterns book and follow me @bibryam for future blog posts. A look at the past decadeThe integration space is in constant change. There are many open source projects and closed source technologies that have not passed the test of time and disappeared from the middleware stacks for good. After a decade, Apache Camel is still here...

23 May 2019 10:33am GMT

Data as a microservice: Distributed data-focused integration

Microservices is the architecture design favored in new software projects; however, getting the most from this type of approach requires overcoming several previous requirements. As the evolution from a monolithic to a distributed system takes place not only in the application space but also at the data store, managing your data becomes one of the hardest challenges. This article examines some of ...

23 May 2019 7:00am GMT

How To Setup Data Virtualization Tooling for CodeReady Studio 12

The release of the latest Red Hat developer suite version 12 brings with it a name change from Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio to Red Hat CodeReady Studio. The focus here is not on the Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces, a cloud and container development experience, but on the locally installed developers studio. The new release brings with it the questions around how to get started with the various Red ...

23 May 2019 5:00am GMT

22 May 2019

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Getting Quarked

Quarkus has made its debut just two and half months ago on March 7th, 2019 with the release of version 0.11 and this public announcement, and since then it has made a lot of buzz in the Java universe while attracting significant developer interest. This is still early days so most people are mostly in the experimental stage getting their feet wet and having a first taste of what it means to write ...

22 May 2019 8:24pm GMT

OpenJDK 8 and 11: Still in safe hands

In 2018, Oracle announced that it would only provide free public updates and auto-updates of Java SE 8 for commercial users until the end of January 2019. Java 8 is a very important platform, used by millions of programmers, so this was a big deal. The Java community needed to fill the gap. In February of this year, I was appointed as the new Lead of the OpenJDK 8 Update Releases Project. A couple...

22 May 2019 7:00am GMT

21 May 2019

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4.1.0 released

I'm happy to announce that I just released JGroups 4.1.0! Why the bump to a new minor version? I had to make some API changes and - as I'm trying to avoid that in micro releases - I decided to bump the version to 4.1.0. The changes involve removing a few (rather exotic) JChannel constructors, but chances are you've never used any of them anyway. The other change is a signature change in Streamable...

21 May 2019 3:25pm GMT

Byteman 4.0.7 has been released

Byteman 4.0.7 is now available from the Byteman downloads page and from the Maven Central repository. It is the latest update release for use on JDK9+ runtimes. It is also recommended as the preferred release for use on JDK8- runtimes. Byteman 4.0.7 is a maintenance release which includes a few minor bug fixes. More details are provided in the Release Notes.

21 May 2019 9:46am GMT

Apache Camel development on Eclipse Che 7

Apache Camel development is improving on Eclipse Che 7 compared to Che 6. On Che 6, it is limited to XML DSL and without classical XSD-based XML support. With Che 7, Camel Java DSL is available and XSD-based XML support is working nicely with the Camel XML DSL support. Please note that Che 7 is still in beta. Camel language features available Inside the same editor, there is access to classic XML ...

21 May 2019 7:00am GMT

20 May 2019

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Subsecond deployment and startup of Apache Camel applications

The integration space is in constant change. Many open source projects and closed source technologies did not withstand the tests of time and have disappeared from the middleware stacks for good. After a decade, however, Apache Camel is still here and becoming even stronger for the next decade of integration. In this article, I'll provide some history of Camel and then describe two changes coming ...

20 May 2019 7:00am GMT

How To Setup Process Automation Tooling for CodeReady Studio 12

The release of the latest Red Hat developer suite version 12 brings with it a name change from Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio to Red Hat CodeReady Studio. The focus here is not on the Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces, a cloud and container development experience, but on the locally installed developers studio. The new release brings with it the questions around how to get started with the various Red ...

20 May 2019 5:00am GMT

17 May 2019

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Self-service messaging with Red Hat AMQ Online and GitOps

This article explores the service model of Red Hat AMQ Online 1.1 and how it maps to a GitOps workflow for different teams in your organization. For more information on new features in AMQ Online 1.1, see the release notes. AMQ Online is an operator of stateful messaging services running on Red Hat OpenShift. AMQ Online is built around the principle that the responsibility of operating the messagi...

17 May 2019 7:00am GMT

16 May 2019

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JBoss Weekly Editorial 16 May 2019

Welcome to a post-Red Hat Summit JBoss Weekly Editorial! We just came back from Red Hat Summit 2019 in Boston. What a great week with some amazing news! Of course two big announcements that came out of Summit this year are Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and OpenShift 4. Great things coming out of Red Hat these days! All of that being said, there have been some other interesting happenings this week si...

16 May 2019 11:20pm GMT

Modular Perl in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 comes with modules as a packaging concept that allows system administrators to select the desired software version from multiple packaged versions. This article will show you how to manage Perl as a module. Installing from a default stream Let's install Perl: # yum --allowerasing install perl Last metadata expiration check: 1:37:36 ago on Tue 07 May 2019 04:18:01 PM CEST...

16 May 2019 7:00am GMT

How To Setup Integration Tooling for CodeReady Studio 12

The release of the latest Red Hat developer suite version 12 brings with it a name change from Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio to Red Hat CodeReady Studio. The focus here is not on the Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces, a cloud and container development experience, but on the locally installed developers studio. The new release brings with it the questions around how to get started with the various Red ...

16 May 2019 5:00am GMT

15 May 2019

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2 tips to make your C++ projects compile 3 times faster

In this article, I will demonstrate how to speed up your compilation times by distributing compilation load using a distcc server container. Specifically, I'll show how to set up and use containers running a distcc server to distribute the compilation load over a heterogeneous cluster of nodes (development laptop, old desktop PC, and a Mac). To improve the speed of recompilation, I will use ccach...

15 May 2019 10:00am GMT

14 May 2019

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JBossWS 5.3.0.Final is out!

After couple days work, I am proud to announce JBossWS 5.3.0.Final has been released. This new release brings a lot of component upgrade, issue fix and improvement. Apache CXF is now upgraded to 3.3.1. and JDK11 or higher version is better supported. For more detailed info and full list of issues resolved, please check release notes. If you have any problem and want to send feedback for this new r...

14 May 2019 10:54am GMT