This Week in JBoss - 2 December 2021
Hello! Welcome to our first December JBoss Editorial featuring the most interesting news and updates from our community.
Normalize web services with Camel K and AtlasMap
Normalize web services with Camel K and AtlasMap, Part 2, by Bruno Meseguer
Bruno’s article is a walkthrough Camel K 's implementation step by step. It also covers how to simplify data mapping with AtlasMap, which is a data mapping solution with an interactive web-based user interface.
Saga pattern with processes and Kogito – Part 1
Saga pattern with processes and Kogito – Part 1, by Tiago Dolphine
Saga is meant to provide transaction management using a sequence of steps that could be also called local transactions. In this article Tiago shows how to apply this pattern to Kogito processes.
Quarkus 2.5.0.Final released - GraalVM/Mandrel 21.3 and usability improvements all over the place.
Quarkus 2.5.0.Final released, by Guillaume Smet
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
Various usability improvements in extensions and our dev mode/testing infrastructure
SmallRye Stork meets Quarkus
SmallRye Stork meets Quarkus, by Michał Szynkiewicz
Michał introduces SmallRye Stork and its Quarkus integration. Stork provides a way to locate and select services. It’s simple and customizable. Stay tuned as more articles will follow up on this topic.
News from Java 18
News from Java 18, by Francesco Marchioni
Java 17 was just released in September 2021 however the Java Community Process is already working on the next release of Java with a list of cool new features. This article discusses the top picks from the JEP Process.
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