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Byteman 4.0.18 has been released

By Andrew Dinn

  Byteman 4.0.18 is now available from the and from the . It is the latest update release for use on all JDK9+ runtimes up to and including JDK18.   Byteman 4.0.18 is a maintenance release which provides one enhancement, enabling the choice of TARGE…


Edge medical diagnosis - Example predictive analysis

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 3 - Example predictive analysis In our  from this series we talked about the logical common architectural elements found in an edge medical diagnosis solution for the healthcare industry. The process was laid out how we approached the use case …


Drools basic examples

By Toshiya Kobayashi

Drools community discusses various usage, issues and questions on google group ( , ) and zulip chat () daily basis. When we discuss the usage of a specific feature or syntax (for example, "accumulate"), our documentation () is the best resource but …


Reactive REST with Quarkus made easy

By F.Marchioni

Quarkus JAX RS implementation has improved a lot since its first release. Within this tutorial we will show some new features which are available in Quarkus starting from the new reactive REST paradigm. Quarkus uses SmallRye Mutiny for as main React…


Quarkus 2.5.0.Final released - GraalVM/Mandrel 21.3 and usability improvements all over the place

By Guillaume Smet

Today, we announce the availability of Quarkus 2.5.0.Final which comes with the following main improvements: Upgrade to GraalVM/Mandrel 21.3 Support for JPA entity listeners for Hibernate ORM in native mode Ability to add HTTP headers to responses V…


Saga pattern with processes and Kogito – Part 1

By Tiago Dolphine

WHAT IS A SAGA? Saga is a design pattern to manage data consistency across participants in distributed transaction scenarios.  NOTE: In a microservice world, a participant could be defined as a microservice, responsible to perform actions related to…


SmallRye Stork meets Quarkus

By Michał Szynkiewicz

Last week, the Quarkus Insights spotlighted a new project called SmallRye Stork and its integration in Quarkus. In this blog post, we’re going to give you a concise introduction to Stork. What’s the problem? Nowadays, systems we build consist of num…


Edge medical diagnosis - Common architectural elements

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 2 - Common architectural elements In our  from this series we introduced a use case around edge medical diagnosis for the healthcare industry. The process was laid out how we approached the use case and how portfolio solutions are the base for …


Kogito Tooling Released! 10k+ installs on BPMN extension, Dashbuilder Runtime in Quarkus, and an outstanding KIE Live next week!

By Eder Ignatowicz

We have just launched a fresh new Kogito Tooling release! 🎉 On the 0.14.1 , we made a lot of improvements and bug fixes. This post will give a quick overview of our most recent . I hope you enjoy it! DON’T MISS THE KIE LIVE NEXT WEEK Our beloved .n…


Edge medical diagnosis - Architectural introduction

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 1 - Architectural introduction The last few years we have been digging deeply into the world of architectures with a focus on presenting access to ways of mapping successful implementations for specific use cases. It’s an interesting challenge …


This Week in JBoss - 18 November 2021

By Alex Porcelli

THIS WEEK IN JBOSS - 18 NOVEMBER 2021 Hello! Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial that brings you news and updates from our community. RELEASE ROUNDUP Here are the releases from the JBoss Community for this edition: * * …


Auditing case management executions with Kafka and Red Hat Process Automation Manager

By Sadhana Nandakumar

Case management provides problem resolution for dynamic processes as opposed to the efficiency-oriented approach of BPM for routine, predictable tasks. It manages one-off situations when the process flow is determined based on the incoming request. …


Complex KIE server tests automation part 2: Deadline notifications after KIE server restart

By Gonzalo Muñoz Fernández

“Deadlines keep you on track for success” (Timothy Dalton) MOTIVATION: SHOULDN’T WE AUTOMATE RESILIENCE TESTING AS WELL? This article follows the . In this ocasion, we will cover how to test deadline notifications after KIE server restart. With huma…


Monitoring Quarkus runtime with DevUI

By F.Marchioni

Quarkus now includes (since version 2.3.0) a Development UI (DevUI) which allows us to monitor runtime information about your extensions. Quarkus DevUI is an experimental feature you can use to collect inner details of your Quarkus environment. You …


Quarkus 2.4.2.Final released - Maintenance release

By Guillaume Smet

Today, we released Quarkus 2.4.2.Final, a maintenance release for our 2.4 release train containing bugfixes and documentation improvements. It is a safe upgrade for anyone already using 2.4. If you are not using 2.4 already, please refer to the 2.4 …


Getting started with Hibernate reactive on Quarkus

By F.Marchioni

This tutorial will introduce you to Hibernate Reactive which enables support for non-blocking database drivers and a reactive programming with Hibernate ORM. Uni and Multi streams Persistence operations are designed to use blocking IO for interactio…


Red Hat Summit Connect and Partner Experience Dublin - Talking Architecture Shop (slides)

By Eric D. Schabell

The  and events for customers were held this week in Dublin. Each was a one day event,  part of a new series of small-scale events, that brings the discussion of open source technology to your local cities. The days were intended to bring updates an…


Kogito 1.13.0 released!

By Cristiano Nicolai

We are glad to announce that the Kogito 1.13.0 release is now available! This goes hand in hand with, , Operator, and CLI 1.13.0 release. From a feature point of view, we included a series of new features and bug fixes, including: * Data Index servi…


Quarkus Newsletter #14 - November

By James Cobb

The November Newsletter has been published! This month, you can find articles about integration testing in Quarkus, how to use Quarkus and Google Cloud functions, as well as a piece about test-driven development with Quarkus. Check out Newsletter #1…


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