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Getting started with GitHub Actions

By F.Marchioni

GitHub Actions is a flexible and powerful automation service that allows you to automate, customize, and execute workflows directly in your GitHub repository. These workflows can automate various tasks such as building, testing, deploying, and publi…


How to contribute to WildFly

By Ranabir Chakraborty

Welcome to the world of WildFly contributions, a place where your skills can make a real impact! If you’re eager to dive in but not sure where to start, this guide is here to simplify the process for you. Whether you’re new to open source or just ge…


Vlog: Securing WildFly Apps with Okta on OpenShift

By Prarthona Paul

Quarkus 3.8 - Our new LTS version

By Guillaume Smet

It is with great pleasure that we are announcing the release of Quarkus 3.8, our new LTS release (see for more information about our LTS releases). LTS releases are maintained for a period of 12 months. The previous LTS release was 3.2 and a lot of …


WildFly 31.0.1 is released!

By Brian Stansberry

WildFly 31.0.1.Final is now available . It’s been about five weeks since the WildFly 31 release, so we’ve done a small bug fix update, WildFly 31.0.1. This includes an update to WildFly Preview. The following issues were resolved in 31.0.1: BUGS * […


The road to generated SDKs with Kiota using Quarkus

By Andrea Peruffo

THE CHALLENGE Quarkus applications typically expose functionalities through API endpoints; here, we discuss how to easily consume those APIs and provide a smooth experience for our beloved users. While HTTP calls are easy to perform in any programmi…


Reactive Messaging with RabbitMQ and WildFly

By F.Marchioni

In the third article of this series, we will learn how to configure RabbitMQ as broker for a Reactive Application running on WildFly. We will show which are the changes we need to apply both on Rabbit MQ and on the Reactive Application to make them …


How to deploy WildFly Bootable JAR on OpenShift

By F.Marchioni

In this updated article we will learn how to deploy an application built with WildFly Bootable JAR Maven on OpenShift using JKube Maven plugin. We will show how to add the plugin configuration to your Maven project and how to run and test the applic…


How to run WildFly on Openshift

By F.Marchioni

This tutorial will teach you how to run WildFly applications on Openshift using WildFly S2I images. At first, we will learn how to build and deploy applications using Helm Charts. Then, we will learn how to use the S2I legacy approach which relies o…


Reactive Messaging with AMQP and WildFly

By F.Marchioni

In the second article of this series, we will learn how to code, configure and deploy a Reactive Application using WildFly and an AMQP Broker such as Artemis MQ. We will show step-by-step how to set up the environment with Docker and deploy an examp…


Writing Reactive Applications with WildFly

By F.Marchioni

In this updated tutorial we will learn how to design, configure and deploy a Messaging Reactive application on WildFly, using smallrye-reactive-messaging and Apache Kafka as distributed data streaming platform for our demo application. Overview of M…


Eclipse Vert.x 4.5.4 released!

By Julien Viet

Eclipse Vert.x version 4.5.4 has just been released. It fixes quite a few bugs that have been reported by the community


Keycloak 23.0.7 released

By Keycloak Blog

To download the release go to . UPGRADING Before upgrading refer to for a complete list of changes. ALL RESOLVED ISSUES ENHANCEMENTS * Shorter lifespan for offline session cache entries in memory storage BUGS * Localization: Admin UI doesn’t pick up…


Quarkus 3.7.4 released - Maintenance release

By Guillaume Smet

Today, we released Quarkus 3.7.4, our third (we skipped 3.7.0) maintenance release for the 3.7 release train. This release contains bugfixes and documentation improvements. It should be a safe upgrade for anyone already using 3.7. UPDATE To update t…


How to check configuration changes in WildFly

By F.Marchioni

This article will teach you an Admin Tip to check the configuration changes that you have applied to the WildFly Model using the Command Line Interface. Firstly, in line of principle, there are several strategies for hardening WildFly, such as enabl…


Quarkus 3.7.3 released - Maintenance release

By Guillaume Smet

Today, we released Quarkus 3.7.3, our second (we skipped 3.7.0) maintenance release for the 3.7 release train. This release contains bugfixes and documentation improvements. It should be a safe upgrade for anyone already using 3.7. UPDATE To update …


Quarkus Newsletter #41 - February

By James Cobb

Learn how to create a Quarkus extension that provides three features that notify an API regarding the application’s starting status, offers a implementation class created with Gizmo, and count the number of methods using Jandex in "Developing a Quar…


JBoss EAP 8 Top 10 New Features

By F.Marchioni

Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) 8.0 is now available. The new major release introduces several new features and enhancements to enhance your application development and deployment experience. In this tutorial, we will explore the…


WildFly Mini Conference

By Harald Pehl

The WildFly team organizes a conference. The conference will take place on Wednesday, March 6, 2024. It starts at 14:00 UTC and includes four sessions with topics related to WildFly. All sessions will be streamed live on YouTube. For more informatio…


Maven archetype for WildFly applications tutorial

By F.Marchioni

In this tutorial we will learn how to use WildFly Maven archetype to speed up your project creation either from the command line or using an IDE. We will also show how to use the built-in test Classes to test the built-in resources. Maven archetypes…


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