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DevConf.US 2021 - Designing your best architecture diagrams workshop

By Eric D. Schabell

ended their call for papers this last month and has announced acceptance for sessions to be hosted on September 2-3.  It’s the 4th annual, free, Red Hat sponsored technology conference for community project and professional contributors to Free and …


Quarkus 2.1.1.Final released - Maintenance release

By Quarkus

We just released Quarkus 2.1.1.Final, our first maintenance release on top of 2.1. It is a safe upgrade for anyone already using 2.1.0.Final. If you are not using 2.1 already, please refer to the 2.1 migration guide. Full changelog You can get the f…


Integrating DMN Validation on BC, Maven, Kogito, …and beyond!

By Matteo Mortari

In this post I want to highlight all the integrations of the kie-dmn-validation module on several platforms. WHAT IS IT? In a , we have seen how the Drools DMN validation module was integrated specifically on the Kogito platform. As a short review, …


Integrating DMN Validation on BC, Maven, Kogito, …and beyond!

By Matteo Mortari

In this post I want to highlight all the integrations of the kie-dmn-validation module on several platforms. WHAT IS IT? In a , we have seen how the Drools DMN validation module was integrated specifically on the Kogito platform. As a short review, …


Kogito 1.9.0 released!

By Cristiano Nicolai

We are glad to announce that the Kogito 1.9.0 release is now available! This goes hand in hand with, . From a feature point of view, we included a series of new features and bug fixes, including: * New Task Assigning Service that enables you to auto…


Kogito 1.9.0 released!

By Cristiano Nicolai

We are glad to announce that the Kogito 1.9.0 release is now available! This goes hand in hand with, . From a feature point of view, we included a series of new features and bug fixes, including: * New Task Assigning Service that enables you to auto…


Bend-points and the DMN Editor

By Daniel José dos Santos

We’ve been working in DMN Editor to improve its user experience. We know that our users sometimes have models with many edges that overlap nodes, other edges and are hard to arrange. Even with features like the that help users on organizing the cont…


Bend-points and the DMN Editor

By Daniel José dos Santos

We’ve been working in DMN Editor to improve its user experience. We know that our users sometimes have models with many edges that overlap nodes, other edges and are hard to arrange. Even with features like the that help users on organizing the cont…


Keycloak 15.0.0 released

By Keycloak Blog

To download the release go to . HIGHLIGHTS FINANCIAL-GRADE API (FAPI) IMPROVEMENTS, FAPI CIBA AND OPEN BANKING BRASIL The Keycloak server has improved support for the Financial-grade API (FAPI). More specifically, Keycloak is now compliant with FAPI…


Platforms and Streams: a new way to discover Quarkus extensions

By Quarkus

Co-authored by Erin Schnabel As you may have seen from recent Quarkus Insights episodes (#48, #55 and #57, specifically), we’ve made a number of changes to our tools in the 2.x stream to improve the developer experience. When 2.0 was released, a few…


Why some prometheus alerts in k8s can confuse

By Architecting the deconstruction

Recently I was installing a kubernetes cluster as I usually do for my tests. However, as those machines were bare metal servers that some colleagues have recycled, we decided to keep it running and try to maintain it by ourselves. First thing I did …


Quarkus 2.1.0.Final released - Dev Service for Keycloak, Reactive SQL Server extension, Kotlin 1.5

By Quarkus

Today, we release Quarkus 2.1.0.Final which includes a lot of refinements and improvements and a couple of new features: Dev Service for Keycloak Reactive Microsoft SQL Server extension Upgrade to Kotlin 1.5 Migration Guide To migrate from 2.0, plea…


Importing and Reusing DMN Models in Red Hat Decision Manager

By Sadhana Nandakumar

Decision Model and Notation (DMN) is a standard established by the Object Management Group (OMG) for describing and modeling operational decisions. DMN decision models can be shared between DMN-compliant platforms and across organizations so that bu…


Importing and Reusing DMN Models in Red Hat Decision Manager

By Sadhana Nandakumar

Decision Model and Notation (DMN) is a standard established by the Object Management Group (OMG) for describing and modeling operational decisions. DMN decision models can be shared between DMN-compliant platforms and across organizations so that bu…


WildFly 24.0.1 is released!

By Brian Stansberry

WildFly 24.0.1.Final is now available . It’s been about six weeks since the WildFly 24 release, so we’ve done a small bug fix update, WildFly 24.0.1. This includes an update to WildFly Preview. The full list of issues resolved in WildFly 24.0.1 is a…


Using TrustyAI’s explainability from Python

By Rui Vieira

The ‘s explainability library is primarily aimed at the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and designed to be integrated seamlessly with the remaining TrustyAI services, adding explainability capabilities (such as feature importance and counterfactual expla…


Using TrustyAI’s explainability from Python

By Rui Vieira

The ‘s explainability library is primarily aimed at the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and designed to be integrated seamlessly with the remaining TrustyAI services, adding explainability capabilities (such as feature importance and counterfactual expla…


Let’s OptaPlan your jBPM tasks (part 2) – BPM Task assigning in the cloud

By wmedvede

  In the following paragraphs we will show that by combining the business processes with OptaPlanner optimization, it is possible to automatically assign tasks to users. Furthermore, we can optimize those assignments, for example, to ensure that eve…


Let’s OptaPlan your jBPM tasks (part 2) – BPM Task assigning in the cloud

By wmedvede

  In the following paragraphs we will show that by combining the business processes with OptaPlanner optimization, it is possible to automatically assign tasks to users. Furthermore, we can optimize those assignments, for example, to ensure that eve…


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