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Processing CloudEvents with Drools

By Toshiya Kobayashi

drools-cloudevents ( ) is a standalone service which processes CloudEvents, evaluating them against a set of rules expressed in a simple YAML format. Currently, it’s a simple stateless service, but we consider enhancements based on Drools capabiliti…

Eclipse Vert.x 4.5.8 released!

By Julien Viet

Eclipse Vert.x version 4.5.8 has just been released.

Custom WildFly distributions using Channels

By F.Marchioni

The WildFly Channels project allows for provisioning custom component versions in a WildFly distribution. In this article, we will learn how to configure a custom WildFly distribution that contains a RestEasy module not yet available in the latest v…

Quarkus 3.10.2 released - Maintenance release

By Guillaume Smet

Today, we released Quarkus 3.10.2, our second maintenance release for the 3.10 release train. This release contains bugfixes and documentation improvements. It should be a safe upgrade for anyone already using 3.10. UPDATE To update to Quarkus 3.10,…

New video out! Highly available IAM with multi-site Keycloak deployments in the cloud

By Katia Aresti

The Infinispan team is excited to announce that the video of the acclaimed and highly rated talk at Devoxx France about Keycloak and Infinispan has been published. In this 45 minutes talk, Ryan Emerson and Alexander Schwartz explain how Keycloak’s H…

Consuming Jakarta EE REST Services with React

By F.Marchioni

This tutorial will show how to build a powerful combination: a React frontend that seamlessly interacts with data from a Jakarta EE REST backend application running as a WildFly bootable JAR. Prerequisites: Step # 1 Define the Rest Endpoint Firstly,…

Quarkus 3.10.1 released - Maintenance release

By Guillaume Smet

Today, we released Quarkus 3.10.1, our first maintenance release for the 3.10 release train. This release contains bugfixes and documentation improvements. It is a bit more involved than usual as we didn’t release a micro last week but it should be …

Quarkus Newsletter #44 - May

By James Cobb

Get the May newseltter and check out these great articles. "Revolutionizing time tracking: how Quarkus transformed our backend development" by Dusan Odalovic describes how GRAN Software Solutions used Quarkus to help create a time tracking applicati…

Connecting to Keycloak from Node.js Adapter

By F.Marchioni

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to connect to Keycloak from a Node.js application using the keycloak-connect Adapter. We’ll walk through setting up a basic Express application and protecting routes with Keycloak authentication and authorization. K…

Good Strategy vs Bad Strategy

By OFBizian

In the fast-paced world of software, the strategy can be the difference between success and failure. Yet, bad strategy or a lack of strategy is common. From mistaking goals for a plan to those drowning in slide decks full of vision and mission, with…

Updated version of WildFly Administration guide available!

By F.Marchioni

Fresh take on WildFly Administration Guide ! An updated version of the book is available, covering all the details of the latest version of the application server (WildFly 32) ! Are you ready to unlock the power of WildFly 32, the most popular appli…

Keycloak 24.0.4 released

By Keycloak Blog

To download the release go to . HIGHLIGHTS PARTIAL UPDATE TO USER ATTRIBUTES WHEN UPDATING USERS THROUGH THE ADMIN USER API IS NO LONGER SUPPORTED When updating user attributes through the Admin User API, you cannot execute partial updates when upda…

Dynamic client SSL context that automatically delegates to different SSLContexts based on the host and port of the peer

By Diana Krepinska Vilkolakova

WildFly 32 introduces the ability to configure a dynamic client SSL context. The dynamic client SSL context will dynamically switch between different SSL contexts based on the host and port of the peer. The host and port rules can be specified in th…

High availability in Keycloak 24

By Alexander Schwartz

A single sign on solution for your customers and employees shouldn’t be a single-point-of-failure in your architecture. At Devoxx France 2024, Ryan Emerson and Alexander Schwartz presented, from an architects and developer perspective, how Keycloak …

Caching realm now automatically tries to authenticate users with the underlying realm if authentication with cached credentials fails

By Diana Krepinska Vilkolakova

WildFly provides a caching security realm that allows you to cache the results of a credential lookup from a security realm. WildFly 32+ will automatically attempt to verify credentials with the underlying realm if an authentication fails with the c…

How to provision WildFly with Ansible

By F.Marchioni

Ansible is an innovative IT automation engine that automates cloud provisioning, configuration management, application deployment, intra-service orchestration, and many other IT needs. In this updated article we will learn how to provision and updat…

How to start WildFly with a custom Banner

By F.Marchioni

WildFly 32 introduces as an experimental feature, the possibility to print a Banner when the application server is starting up. In this article, we will learn how to customize the banner and how to use a simple Ansible playbook to install a custom b…

Configuring a Caching Realm with Elytron

By F.Marchioni

This tutorial guides you through configuring a caching realm in Elytron to improve authentication performance for your WildFly applications. By caching user credentials retrieved from a separate security realm (e.g., LDAP), you can significantly red…

Quarkus 3.10 - Hibernate Search standalone POJO mapper, Flyway 10, security enhancements

By Guillaume Smet

After some big changes in Quarkus 3.9, we have the pleasure to announce Quarkus 3.10. Quarkus 3.10 is for developers who want the latest features, if you are looking for an extended support cycle, you are encouraged to stay on 3.8 LTS. Here are the …

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