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This week we GA’d JBoss EAP 5.0. As you’d expect from a new release there’s a long list of new features, capabilities and APIs and at some point I’ll talk about those some more. But the intention of this post is to give you an idea of some of the other less visible things that [...]

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JBoss Open Choice

Earlier this week we announced a couple of things. First, a change in our platform strategy, second some new products to implement that strategy. We felt we had to give that strategy a name and “Open Choice”, while unoriginal, best illustrated what we’re doing. And what we’re doing is expanding our support to include Open [...]

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Web Beans Alpha 2 is out !

Pete Muir (fellow Brit. with an incredibly plummy accent) tipped me off that he’s just released Alpha 2 of Web Beans (the reference implementation of JSR-299 : “Java Contexts and Dependency Injection”). Pete says that it’s about 80% complete – with only a couple of features missing. (Pete’s announcement, Release Notes, Download) You’ll need JBoss [...]

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JBoss EAP 4.x and OpenJDK

RHEL 5.3 was released this week and one of the major new features is the inclusion of and full production support for OpenJDK. As I mentioned earlier – that’s great news for OpenJDK adoption and great news for RHEL and JBoss customers – Red Hat can now support a full Enterprise Linux and Java stack [...]

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Just under a year after the original announcement,  the Blacktie Project has just announced it’s first milestone release. Blacktie allows the user to easily migrate their existing XATMI applications from any existing provider onto the open source JBoss application server with no re-writing of existing XATMI code Read more on the project Wiki or Project [...]

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The nice folks at DZone have just released a Refcard for Seam. A Refcard is a “handy guide for understanding core concepts, configuration, and tool usage”. Get it here.

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Tab Sweep – JBoss

I’ve found it difficult to keep up with blogs in between travel hell so I’m being lazy and combining a whole bunch of items that really deserve longer entries, opinion and elaboration. Bob McWhirter has been playing with JBoss and Rails integration; clearly he’s made a lot of progress – to the extent where he [...]

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Tab Sweep

John Willis has some advice on “How to Save $10 Million Dollars While Staring into the Abyss” by, among other things, replacing AIX with Linux and Websphere with JBoss. And that is precisely what many people are doing … When I saw this headline in my alerts – “Nigerian Bank Chooses Red Hat and JBoss [...]

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Tab Sweep

I’ve spent too much time in airport lounges this week and I’ve been trying to avoid the mainstream news – I think I’ll just read the dumbed down summary of the credit-meltdown in Men’s Health in a couple of months time. As such there were only a couple of items in my del.icio.us queue this [...]

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JBoss EAP 4.3 CP02 FP01 (aka the Seam Feature Pack) is now available from Red Hat Network and the JBoss Customer Support Portal. Release notes here. Congratulations to the team for getting it out on time. The Feature Pack allows you to upgrade the version of Seam in JBoss EAP 4.3 (Seam 1.2.1) to the [...]

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