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Calling Java from DMN

By Donato Marrazzo

Decision Model and Notation (DMN) is designed to catch the crucial business logic which affects decisions. It’s not meant to be a replacement for a general purpose programming language. FEEL is a powerful expression, but it is on purpose designed to…

How to configure an Elytron JAAS Security Realm

By F.Marchioni

This article is a walk though the configuration of an Elytron JAAS security Realm on WildFly application server. We will shortly review how JAAS configuration works and then we will deploy an example application which leverages the JAAS Security Con…

Intelligent data as a service (iDaaS) - Example HL7 and FHIR integration

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 4 - Example HL7 & FHIR integration In our  from this series we talked about the example iDaaS data architecture which outlines at a higher abstraction level the solution for any healthcare organisation. The process was laid out how we approache…

Keycloak 16.1.1 released

By Keycloak Blog

To download the release go to . MIGRATION FROM 16.0 Before you upgrade remember to backup your database. If you are not on the previous release refer to for a complete list of migration changes. ALL RESOLVED ISSUES ENHANCEMENTS * Upgrade to WildFly …

Migrating from Spring Boot to Quarkus with MTA

By F.Marchioni

In this article we will walk through a sample migration of a Spring Boot REST Application to Quarkus using Red Hat Migration Toolkit for Applications (MTA). Overview of Red Hat Migration Toolkit The Migration Toolkit for Applications (MTA) is an ext…

Querying Infinispan with the new .NET core client

By Vittorio Rigamonti

Dear Infinispanners and .NET Core lovers, Time has passed, keys have been pressed and features have been implemented since we , some months ago, the new .NET core client project. To show you our progress with the project we’ve decided to write a dem…

Data enrichment use-case with DMN and BPMN

By Matteo Mortari

In this post I want to share an interesting use case of data enrichment, using DMN with BPMN and other open standards. The typical usage pattern for data enrichment is the following: a complex data structure containing several attributes is provided…

WildFly 26.0.1 is released!

By Jeff Mesnil

WildFly 26.0.1.Final is now available . It’s been about four weeks since the WildFly 26 release, so we’ve done a small bug fix update, WildFly 26.0.1. This includes an update to WildFly Preview. The full list of issues resolved in WildFly 26.0.1 is …

WildFly Release Plans for 2022

By Brian Stansberry

In my post last September, I tried to give a sense of how the transition to Jakarta EE 10 was likely to impact the next few WildFly releases. With out the door and our efforts for 2022 ramping up, I want to give our community on update on how we see…

Camel meets KEDA

By Nicola Ferraro

(Kubernetes Event Driven Autoscalers) is a fantastic project (currently incubating) that provides Kubernetes-based autoscalers to help applications to scale out according to the number of incoming events when they are listening to several kinds of e…

Event-driven rules with Kogito

By Alessandro Costa

As part of our effort to make Kogito usable in an event-driven fashion, this article introduces a new addon: the event-driven rules addon. It is available since Kogito v1.12.0 and its behavior resembles what the event-driven decisions addon () alrea…

Eclipse Vert.x 4.2.4 released!

By Julien Viet

Eclipse Vert.x version 4.2.4 has just been released. It fixes quite a few bugs that have been reported by the community and provides a couple of features

Quarkus 2.6.3.Final released - Maintenance release

By Guillaume Smet

We just released Quarkus 2.6.3.Final with a new round of bugfixes and documentation improvements. It is a safe upgrade for anyone already using 2.6. Full changelog If you are not using 2.6 already, please refer to the 2.6 migration guide. You can ge…

Intelligent data as a service (iDaaS) - Example data architecture

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 3 - Example data architecture In our  from this series we talked about the logical common architectural elements found in an intelligent data as a service (iDaaS) solution for the healthcare industry. The process was laid out how we approached …

How to code a Quarkus REST Client

By F.Marchioni

This article is a walk through Quarkus REST Client API using MicroProfile REST Client. We will develop a basic REST Endpoint and then we will set up a simple Client project with a Service interface for our REST Service. When developing REST Client A…

Red Hat Summit 2022 - Talking Architecture Shop Series

By Eric D. Schabell

  It’s that time of year again when we get the call for papers! I heard the call and thought this year would be a perfect time to go all in with sessions around our architectures based on a series of talks we’ve designed to showcase the various aspe…

RESTEasy 6.0.0 Released

By Resteasy

How to configure Web applications request limits in WildFly

By F.Marchioni

In this article you will learn which strategies you can adopt on WildFly application server to configure the maximum number of concurrent requests using either a programmatic approach (MicroProfile Fault Tolerance) or declarative one (Undertow confi…

Ask (Quark)us anything!

By Max Rydahl Andersen

Time for our semi-annually Q&A session where we drive the episode using your questions! To submit questions comment on this blog or the matching post in our GitHub Discussion forum or post a tweet using the hashtag #quarkusinsights. If an existing q…

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