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Simplest Custom Tasks in Kogito

By Kirill Gaevskii

As a developer, you can add custom tasks to the designer palette. Customs tasks are process’ activities that allow users to perform custom operations within your process flows. In addition, custom tasks can predefine different visual and execution t…


Simplest Custom Tasks in Kogito

By Kirill Gaevskii

As a developer, you can add custom tasks to the designer palette. Customs tasks are process’ activities that allow users to perform custom operations within your process flows. In addition, custom tasks can predefine different visual and execution t…


Eclipse Vert.x 4.1.0.Beta1 released!

By Julien Viet

The first beta of the upcoming Vert.x 4.1 has just been released. We consider it feature complete and invite the community to test it.


Quarkus 1.13.4.Final released - Maintenance release

By Quarkus

We just released 1.13.4.Final, a new maintenance release for the 1.13 release train. 1.13.4.Final is a safe upgrade for everyone using Quarkus 1.13. If you are not using 1.13 already, please refer to the 1.13 migration guide. What’s new? Full change…


DashBuilder: Getting Started Guide

By William Siqueira

DashBuilder is a full-featured web application that allows non-technical users and programmers to create business dashboards. Dashboard data can be extracted from heterogeneous sources of information such as Prometheus, JDBC databases, or regular te…


DashBuilder: Getting Started Guide

By William Siqueira

DashBuilder is a full-featured web application that allows non-technical users and programmers to create business dashboards. Dashboard data can be extracted from heterogeneous sources of information such as Prometheus, JDBC databases, or regular te…


Real-time stock control - Common architectural elements

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 2 - Common elements In our  from this series we introduced a use case around real-time stock control for retail stores. The process was laid out how we’ve approached the use case and how portfolio solutions are the base for researching a generi…


Add CSV datasets for authoring dashboards

By Manaswini Das

Dashboards are essential information management tools that play an important role in business automation by providing at a glance awareness into complex business data with the help of visualizations involving key performance indicators(KPIs), metric…


Add CSV datasets for authoring dashboards

By Manaswini Das

Dashboards are essential information management tools that play an important role in business automation by providing at a glance awareness into complex business data with the help of visualizations involving key performance indicators(KPIs), metric…


Byteman 4.0.15 has been released

By Andrew Dinn

Byteman 4.0.15 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. It is also recommended as the preferred release for use on JDK8- runtimes. Byteman 4.0.15 is a maintenan…


Kafka Monitoring Dashboards with Business Central

By William Siqueira

Kafka is one of the major platforms for async communication in cloud computing and jBPM has a nice with it, making it part of a business process. In real-world projects, monitoring the Kafka queues used by jBPM can help you to identify process bottl…


Kafka Monitoring Dashboards with Business Central

By William Siqueira

Kafka is one of the major platforms for async communication in cloud computing and jBPM has a nice with it, making it part of a business process. In real-world projects, monitoring the Kafka queues used by jBPM can help you to identify process bottl…


Infinispan 12.1.2.Final

By Katia Aresti

Dear Infinispan community, It’s been a month since our first 12.1.0.Final release and we already released two additional minors with some bug fixes and upgrades. The latest version is 12.1.2.Final. Highlights of Infinispan 12.1.1 and 12.1.2 include:…


Kogito Tooling 0.9.1 Released!

By Eder Ignatowicz

We have just launched a fresh new Kogito Tooling release! 🎉 On the 0.9.1 , we made a lot of improvements and bug fixes. We are also happy to announce the MVP of our DMN Runner and many enhancements on Custom Task support on BPMN. This post will giv…


Kogito Tooling 0.9.1 Released!

By Eder Ignatowicz

We have just launched a fresh new Kogito Tooling release! 🎉 On the 0.9.1 , we made a lot of improvements and bug fixes. We are also happy to announce the MVP of our DMN Runner and many enhancements on Custom Task support on BPMN. This post will giv…


The path to OptaPlanner enlightenment starts in the logs

By Geoffrey De Smet

Do you want to understand what OptaPlanner is doing while it is solving? Which decisions it makes? When? And why? Do you want to open the box and take a look inside? If so, keep reading. The Age of Enlightenment centered on the use of reason and the…


The path to OptaPlanner enlightenment starts in the logs

By Geoffrey De Smet

Do you want to understand what OptaPlanner is doing while it is solving? Which decisions it makes? When? And why? Do you want to open the box and take a look inside? If so, keep reading. The Age of Enlightenment centered on the use of reason and the…


Keycloak 13.0.0 released

By Keycloak Blog

To download the release go to . HIGHLIGHTS UPGRADE TO WILDFLY 23 The Keycloak server was upgraded to use Wildfly 23.0.2.Final as the underlying container. OAUTH 2.0 DEVICE AUTHORIZATION GRANT (RFC 8628) Support for OAuth 2.0 Device Authorization Gra…


Quarkus 2.0.0.Alpha2 released - Continuous Testing improvements

By Quarkus

We just released our second Alpha for Quarkus 2.0. We had a lot of feedback and Continuous Testing got a lot of fixes and improvements. Please keep the feedback coming! If you have missed our Alpha1 announcement: here are the main new features of Qu…


Real-time stock control - An architectural introduction

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 1 - Architectural introduction This article launches a new series exploring a retail architecture blueprint. It’s focusing on presenting access to ways of mapping successful implementations for specific use cases. It’s an interesting challenge …


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