Home » Tag Archives: JBoss WildFly

Tag Archives: JBoss WildFly

Deploying WildFly Swarm Applications To Heroku

heroku-logo

WildFly Swarm applications can be deployed to Heroku, simply by adding a few files to the deployment. In this post, I’ll show the changes that are needed to be made to a WildFly Swarm application and how to then deploy the application to Heroku. I’ll show how to deploy my Fruits example WildFly Swarm application to Heroku. The source for ...

Read More »

Official Wildfly Swarm Drools Fraction

jboss-wildfly-logo

Oficial what? Long title for a quite small but useful contribution. Wildfly Swarm allows us to create rather small and self contained application including just what we need from the Wildfly Application Server. On this post we will be looking at the Drools Fraction provided to work with Wildfly Swarm. The main idea behind this fraction is to provide a quick way to bundle the ...

Read More »

Deploying WildFly Swarm Applications To Heroku

heroku-logo

WildFly Swarm applications can be deployed to Heroku, simply by adding a few files to the deployment. In this post, I’ll show the changes that are needed to be made to a WildFly Swarm application and how to then deploy the application to Heroku. I’ll show how to deploy my Fruits example WildFly Swarm application to Heroku. The source for ...

Read More »

Wildfly Swarm, towards maturity and a small contribution

jboss-wildfly-logo

One of the projects I follow lately, is Wildfly Swarm. Eventually my request during this year’s Devoxx in the JBoss BOF, to consider changing the name of the project, did not go through (due to the conflict with the famous Docker Swarm). So what is Wildfly Swarm? Simply put, is the Wildfly application server (app server of choice for many ...

Read More »

WildFly Swarm – Deploying Java EE Applications As Standalone Jars

jboss-wildfly-logo

WildFly Swarm provides an easy solution for deploying Java EE applications as a standalone Jar file. This makes it very easy to deploy applications, particularly REST or web services. Swarm is very similar to Spring Boot in that respect, in that it enables web (.War) applications to be developed quickly and then deployed as standalone applications without the need to ...

Read More »

Docker Machine, Swarm and Compose for multi-container and multi-host applications with Couchbase and WildFly

docker-logo

This blog will explain how to create multi-container application deployed on multiple hosts using Docker. This will be achieved using Docker Machine, Swarm and Compose. Yes, all three tools together makes this blog that much more interesting!               The diagram explains the key components: Docker Machine is used to provision multiple Docker hosts Docker Swarm will be used to create a ...

Read More »

Docker Multi-Host Networking with Couchbase and WildFly

docker-logo

Docker Multi-Host networking allows you to create virtual networks and attach containers to them so you can create the network topology that is right for your application. This blog will show how to use it with Docker Compose. CRUD Java Application with Couchbase, Java EE, and WildFly explained how to use a Java EE application to provide a CRUD/REST interface ...

Read More »

CRUD Java Application with Couchbase, Java EE and WildFly

jboss-wildfly-logo

Couchbase is an open-source, NoSQL, document database. It allows to access, index, and query JSON documents while taking advantage of integrated distributed caching for high performance data access. Developers can write applications to Couchbase using different languages (Java, Go, .NET, Node, PHP, Python, C) multiple SDKs. This blog will show how you can easily create a CRUD application using Java ...

Read More »

Want to take your Java skills to the next level?

Grab our programming books for FREE!

Here are some of the eBooks you will get:

  • Advanced Java Guide
  • Java Design Patterns
  • JMeter Tutorial
  • Java 8 Features Tutorial
  • JUnit Tutorial
  • JSF Programming Cookbook
  • Java Concurrency Essentials