Community Blog Feed: Most Recent Posts

Reactive CRUD Performance: A Case Study

By John O'Hara

We were approached for comment about the relative performance of Quarkus for a reactive CRUD workload. This is a good case study into performance test design and some of the considerations required and hurdles that need to be overcome. What methodol…

Kogito Serverless Workflow event formats

By Francisco Javier Tirado Sarti

The relies on for event publishing and consumption. CloudEvents are designed in a way that might work with any event format. That goal is achieved by declaring the data property, the one containing the event information, as an array of bytes.  expec…

Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ 1.14.0 released!

By Jeff Maury

We are very pleased to announce the 1.14.0 release of Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ. This release adds support for CodeActions and Quick Fixes. CodeActions / Quick Fixes When an error is detected on one of your Quarkus project files, it is highlighted …

WildFly: How to rollback CLI changes

By F.Marchioni

In this short article we will learn how to rollback WildFly Command Line commands after their execution in order to restore the original XML configuration. WildFly Configuration History The key concept is that WildFly uses the JBOSS_HOME/standalone/…

Redis Job Queue - Reloaded

By Clement Escoffier

In How to implement a job queue with Redis, we explained how to implement a job queue mechanism with Redis and the new Redis API from Quarkus. The approach explored in that blog post had a significant flaw: if the execution of a job failed, the requ…

Eclipse Vert.x 4.3.5 released!

By Julien Viet

Eclipse Vert.x version 4.3.5 has just been released. It fixes quite a few bugs that have been reported by the community and provides a couple of features.

Quarkus 3.0.0.Alpha1 released - First iteration of our Jakarta EE 10 stream

By Guillaume Smet

Last week, Max Andersen explained our plans for Quarkus 3 and Jakarta EE 10. I published yesterday a more detailed blog post explaining how we are building the Quarkus 3 stream. It is now time to announce Quarkus 3.0.0.Alpha1 which is the first iter…

This Week in JBoss - November, 18 2022

By Francesco Marchioni

THIS WEEK IN JBOSS - NOVEMBER, 18 2022 Happy Friday, everyone! Here is another edition of the JBoss Editorial with exciting news and updates from your JBoss communities. In this release under the spotlight you will see several articles about the…

Our (bumpy) road to Jakarta EE 10

By Guillaume Smet

Quarkus has been relatively silent on the Jakarta EE front until a few weeks ago, compared to some other frameworks who announced early clear plans with timelines. That doesn’t mean we were not actively preparing the transition and we have been incr…

Quarkus Newsletter #26 - November

By James Cobb

Yep, you guessed it, it’s time for the November Quarkus newsletter! Learn about the 2024 Observability roadmap with Roberto Cortez’s article. Read about making web applications more resilient against certain types of fraud with Erik Costlow’s "Quark…

FIPS 140-2 experimental support

By Marek Posolda

We are glad to announce that latest Keycloak 20 release contains experimental support for FIPS 140-2! The is a set of requirements for cryptography modules, which needs to be met for the software used by U.S. governments and related parties. The FIP…

Quarkus 2.14.1.Final released - Maintenance release

By Guillaume Smet

Today, we released Quarkus 2.14.1.Final with some bugfixes and documentation improvements on top of our 2.14.0.Final release. It is a recommended upgrade for anyone already using 2.14. If you are not already using 2.14, please refer to our migration…

gRPC made easy with Quarkus

By F.Marchioni

This article discusses how to create applications with the gRPC framework and Quarkus. We will reuse the sample Service definition from first Java gRPC application and run it as Quarkus REST application. Defining the gRPC Service Firstly, we recomme…


By Tiago Dolphine

We are glad to announce that the Kogito 1.30.0 release is now available! This goes hand in hand with , release. From a feature point of view, we have included a series of new features and bug fixes, including: * Event State timeout * Allow specifyin…

Vlog: Git Tips on Upstream Repositories and Merge Conflicts

By Cameron Rodriguez

Getting started with gRPC on Java

By F.Marchioni

This article is an introduction to gRPC framework which allows to connect services across data centers using high performance Remote Procedure Calls (RPC). To learn the building blocks of this framework, we will show how to create and test your firs…

Distributed Jakarta Enterprise Bean Timers

By Paul Ferraro

The Jakarta Enterprise Bean Timer Service allows an application to schedule application callbacks for temporal events. WildFly 27 adds a new distributed TimerService implementation that improves the scalability and efficiency of Jakarta Enterprise B…

Enabling Integrity on Filesystem realms

By Ashpan Raskar

Introduction to working on/with Jakarta EE Specifications for WildFly users

By Scott Marlow

REASONS TO GET INVOLVED WITH THE JAKARTA EE SPECIFICATION TEAMS You are a developer that uses the WildFly (Jakarta EE) application server to create/update applications that meet your users needs. Reason #1 is to participate in developing future Jaka…

- End of Results -