This Week in JBoss - 30 September 2020
It’s that time again where we round up the latest news from the community…
Are you looking to develop projects on your local machine, and push them on to a real OpenShift Container Platform, without having to worry about cloud hosting of your container platform? In this post Eric Schabell provides an easy way to get up and running with CodeReady containers on your own development machine. He’s automated most of the process through scripts, and guides you through the rest of the process. Eric also shows you how to drop into the Developer console in OCP providing a developer focused view that hides much of the plumbing that is not needed during development.
In this post Mary Cochran shows us a simple way to connect existing services together using CamelK via each service’s REST APIs. Mary gets deep into the details providing code examples and commands to get you up and running.
Eric Schabell continues his blog series, bringing you architectural blueprints for cloud-native financial payment services. The blueprints are focused on proven interactions, messaging, processing, and integration patterns that you can put to use when building a cloud-native payment architecture. This week he covers the Common Architecture Elements that make up the architecture, and gets into some details with the Immediate Payments Example.
As is normal for this time of year, the conference season is beginning to kick off. Albeit this year in a virtual arena. Undoubtedly this is an unfortunate situation for those that enjoy the in-person events. However, it’s great for accessibility and reach allowing many more people across to globe to attend. DevConf.US 2020 is one such event. It’s a free, Red Hat sponsored technology conference for community project and professional contributors to Free and Open Source technologies. Read more here where Eric describes the “AppDev & Containerization Ask the Experts” Panels that he and Kurt Stam will be moderating.
This week Kapil Shukla explains how to build a data streaming pipeline using Kafka Streams and Quarkus. In this post Kapil shows how data can be processed in real-time as and when it arrives, instead of being batch processed as was needed in the past.
In this Post Anton Giertli provides help with troubleshooting user task errors in Red Hat Process Automation Manager and Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite. If you are a developer working with user tasks and having trouble debugging them, this post might well help you out.
With the recent release of Apache Camel VS Code extension (0.0.27) comes several new language support features for Apache Camel. Read this post to learn more.