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Book on Keycloak

By Stian Thorgersen

The first ever book dedicated to Keycloak was recently launched, and is now. The book introduces you to Keycloak, giving a good fundamental of everything you need to know to get started with Keycloak. From installing, securing applications, and depl…


Keycloak 14.0.0 released

By Keycloak Blog

To download the release go to . HIGHLIGHTS CLIENT POLICIES AND FINANCIAL-GRADE API (FAPI) SUPPORT The Keycloak server has now official support for client policies and Financial-grade API (FAPI). This capability was previewed in earlier versions, but…


This Week in JBoss - 18 June 2021

By Don Naro

THIS WEEK IN JBOSS - 18 JUNE 2021 Hello! Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial that brings you news and updates from our community. RELEASE ROUNDUP Congrats to all the teams on their hard work! * is released! This release adds …


Red Hat Summit 2021 (Ask the Experts) - An open approach to solution architectures (video)

By Eric D. Schabell

This year the  event is a bit different as we bridge the gap from pandemic reality to hopefully a form of normalcy.  As the Red Hat Summit site explains to us, this "…​event is expanding to become an all-new, flexible conference series, consisting …


WildFly 24 is released!

By Brian Stansberry

I’m pleased to announce that the WildFly 24 Final zip is now available . Work during the WildFly 24 development cycle has been primarily oriented toward bug fixing, plus the . We’ve also been doing work on getting WildFly Preview to run well on SE 1…


Byteman 4.0.16 has been released

By Andrew Dinn

 Byteman 4.0.16 is now available from the and from the . It is the latest update release for use on all JDK9+ runtimes up to and including JDK17.   Byteman 4.0.16 removes the JBoss Modules plugin from the release, in the process removing a dependenc…


Autotuning LIME explanations with few predictions

By Tommaso Teofili

Tuning algorithms, especially when machine learning is involved is often a tricky business. In this post we present an optimization based technique to automatically tune LIME in order to obtain more stable explanations. LIME (aka ) is one of the mos…


Autotuning LIME explanations with few predictions

By Tommaso Teofili

Tuning algorithms, especially when machine learning is involved is often a tricky business. In this post we present an optimization based technique to automatically tune LIME in order to obtain more stable explanations. LIME (aka ) is one of the mos…


DMN editor – Contributors Guide – Part 1

By Guilherme Carreiro

If you’re reading this, probably you’ve already thought about contributing to an open-source project. However, projects generally have some learning curve, which may intimidate valuable contributors. We do not want that feeling for the DMN editor! S…


DMN editor – Contributors Guide – Part 1

By Guilherme Carreiro

If you’re reading this, probably you’ve already thought about contributing to an open-source project. However, projects generally have some learning curve, which may intimidate valuable contributors. We do not want that feeling for the DMN editor! S…


RHPAM connectivity to external AMQ configurations in OpenShift

By Michael Perez

This post describes how to connect Red Hat Process Automation Manager to an external Red Hat AMQ application on a shared Openshift Container Platform 3 cluster. RHPAM uses an internal AMQ by default. However, if the OCP cluster housing the RHPAM app…


RHPAM connectivity to external AMQ configurations in OpenShift

By Michael Perez

This post describes how to connect Red Hat Process Automation Manager to an external Red Hat AMQ application on a shared Openshift Container Platform 3 cluster. RHPAM uses an internal AMQ by default. However, if the OCP cluster housing the RHPAM app…


How to Change Logging Level for WildFly on the Cloud

By Jeff Mesnil

When your WildFly application is running on the Cloud (on Kubernetes, OpenShift or any other container platform) and starts to behave unexpectedly, it is useful to be able to change the logging of the server to display debug logs to get a better ins…


Cloud adoption - An architectural introduction

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 1 - An architectural introduction This article launches a new series exploring the cloud adoption architecture. It’s focusing on presenting access to ways of mapping successful implementations for specific use cases. It’s an interesting challen…


Kogito 1.7.0 released!

By Cristiano Nicolai

We are glad to announce that the Kogito 1.7.0 release is now available! This goes hand in hand with and . From a feature point of view, we included a series of new features and bug fixes, including: * Process SVG addon now works directly with the pr…


Kogito 1.7.0 released!

By Cristiano Nicolai

We are glad to announce that the Kogito 1.7.0 release is now available! This goes hand in hand with and . From a feature point of view, we included a series of new features and bug fixes, including: * Process SVG addon now works directly with the pr…


Profiling and optimizing executable model generation

By Mario Fusco

INTRODUCING DROOLS EXECUTABLE MODEL During the development of Drools 7.x we with the goal of providing a pure Java-based representation of a rule set. One of the main drives for its introduction was to speed up the creation of a KieContainer startin…


Profiling and optimizing executable model generation

By Mario Fusco

INTRODUCING DROOLS EXECUTABLE MODEL During the development of Drools 7.x we with the goal of providing a pure Java-based representation of a rule set. One of the main drives for its introduction was to speed up the creation of a KieContainer startin…


Red Hat Summit 2021 (Ask the Experts) - An open approach to solution architectures

By Eric D. Schabell

This year the event is a bit different as we bridge the gap from pandemic reality to hopefully a form of normalcy.  As the Red Hat Summit site explains to us, this "…​event is expanding to become an all-new, flexible conference series, consisting o…


Eclipse Vert.x 3.9.8 released!

By Julien Viet

Eclipse Vert.x version 3.9.8 has just been released. It fixes quite a few bugs that have been reported by the community.


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