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Markus Eisele
Markus is a Developer Advocate at Red Hat and focuses on JBoss Middleware. He is working with Java EE servers from different vendors since more than 14 years and talks about his favorite topics around Java EE on conferences all over the world. He has been a principle consultant and worked with different customers on all kinds of Java EE related applications and solutions. Beside that he has always been a prolific blogger, writer and tech editor for different Java EE related books. He is an active member of the German DOAG e.V. and it's representative on the iJUG e.V. As a Java Champion and former ACE Director he is well known in the community. Follow him on Twitter @myfear.

Pushing the Limits – Howto use AeroGear Unified Push for Java EE and Node.js

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At the end of 2014 the AeroGear team announced the availability of the Red Hat JBoss Unified Push Server on xPaaS. Let’s take a closer look! Overview The Unified Push Server allows developers to send native push messages to Apple’s Push Notification Service (APNS) and Google’s Cloud Messaging (GCM). It features a built-in administration console that makes it easy for ...

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Java EE, Docker, WildFly and Microservices on Docker

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If one thing survived all the New Year parties, it is Docker. It was hot at the end of 2014 and it looks like it is getting even hotter in 2015. And Red Hat is one of the key drivers behind the adoption of this amazing container technology. This is a short summary blog post about a bunch of resources ...

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JBoss Data Virtualization 6.1 Beta Now Available

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JBoss Data Virtualization (JDV) is a data integration solution that sits in front of multiple data sources and allows them to be treated as a single source.  Do do that, it offers data abstraction, federation, integration, transformation, and delivery capabilities to combine data from one or multiple sources into reusable and unified logical data models accessible through standard SQL (JDBC, ODBC, ...

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Running Java Mission Control and Flight Recorder against WildFly and EAP

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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 ...

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Lightweight Integration with Java EE and Camel

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Enterprise Java has different flavors and perspectives. Starting at the plain platform technology, which is well known as Java EE over to different frameworks and integration aspects and finally use-cases which involve data-centric user interfaces or specific visualizations. The most prominent problem which isn’t solved by Java EE itself is “integration”. There are plenty of products out there from well ...

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Camel Subsystem for WildFly 8 integrates Java EE – Getting Started

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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 ...

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Java EE with NetBeans on OpenShift

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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 ...

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JMS with JBoss A-MQ on OpenShift. Lessons learned about remote Clients and Encryption.

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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 ...

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