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Tag Archives: JBoss WildFly

WildFly Admin Console Updated – Feedback Requested

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Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) and WildFly have a symbiotic relationship. In short, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) retains all of the innovation of the WildFly community project (formerly known as JBoss Application Server). But only a subscription to JBoss EAP meets the demanding requirements for mission-critical applications and includes the assurance of service-level agreement (SLA)-based support, ...

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Getting Started with ELK Stack on WildFly

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Your typical business application would consist of a variety of servers such as WildFly, MySQL, Apache, ActiveMQ, and others. They each have a log format, with minimal to no consistency across them. The log statement typically consist of some sort of timestamp (could be widely varied) and some text information. Logs could be multi-line. If you are running a cluster of servers then these logs ...

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Scaling and Load Balancing WildFly on OpenShift v3 With Fabric8

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Did you enjoy the first ride with Fabric8 and OpenShift v3? There’s more a lot more to come. After we got the first WildFly container up and running on Kubernetes, without having to deal with all it’s inherent complexity, I think it is about time to start to scale and load balance WildFly. Prerequisites Make sure, you have the complete ...

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Running WildFly on Kubernetes. On Windows. Fabric8!

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Have you ever dreamed about running WildFly on OpenShift and leverage the latest Kubernetes features: On Windows? Sounds like blasphemy: Everything about those technologies is screaming GO and Linux. Windows doesn’t seem to be the right fit. But I know, that there are many developers out there, being stuck on Windows. Corporate laptops, easy management and whatever reasons the different ...

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Monitoring DevOps Style With WildFly 9 And Jolokia

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DevOps is among the hottest topic these days. And the wide range of topics around it makes it hard to actually find a complete description or something that covers everything on a decent granularity. One thing is for sure: One of the most important parts is to deliver the correct metrics and and information for monitoring of the application.   ...

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Using JPA And CDI Beans With Camel on WildFly

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I didn’t really plan for it, but with a conference free month, I had the chance to dig around a little more and show you even more of the Camel on WildFly magic, that the WildFly-Camel subsystem provides. The Business Background The demo is derived from one on JBoss Demo-Central by Christina Lin. She demonstrates the use of File and JDBC ...

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Running OkHttpClient from within WildFly 9 (subsystem)

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A few days ago WildFly 9 was released and one of the highlight for sure is the support of HTTP/2.0 in the Undertow web subsystem. As Hawkular has recently moved to use WildFly 9 (from 8.2) as its underlying server, it was sort of natural to try to use http2 for connections from the Hawkular-Wildfly-Monitor client to the server. One ...

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Wildfly, Apache CXF and @SchemaValidation

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Over the last few days, I have been working on an application migration from JBoss 4 to Wildfly 8. The application is using different technologies, but we are going to focus here on XML Web Services, JAX-WS. Yeah, I know that they are not trendy anymore, but these were developed a long time ago and need to be maintained for ...

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WildFly Swarm: Building Microservices with Java EE

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¨Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away¨ Antoine de Saint-Exupery This quote by the French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupery was made to substantiate that often less is more. This is true for architect, artist, designer, writer, running, software developer, or in any other profession. Simplicity, minimalism, cutting down the cruft always goes ...

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