The tools have changed, and so have the “best practices”. What once was hard and expensive can become easier and cheaper (and, sometimes, what was once easy and cheap can become hard and expensive). That means “best practices” have to evolve with them.
Eberhard Wolff continues his examination of why we need to revise the role of Java application server in deployment, devops and microservices.
Danno Ferrin on taking the pain out of packaging JavaFX applications using a simple open-source Gradle plugin.
When you send a package through FedEx it goes through a tracked, automated process that makes sure that the package arrives promptly at the destination. The same should apply to every commit that you check into the trunk. Continuous delivery describes how this process can be made fully automated and transparent and we will show you how your commits can be fedexed to production on application servers like JBoss, Tomcat, Weblogic and others with the help from Jenkins and LiveRebel. The main idea of continuous delivery is the deployment pipeline. Every commit that enters the pipeline should go through automated integration and testing and if successful, produce a release candidate. We will show how Jenkins can be used to orchestrate the process all the way to the staging
Visual Rules Suite for rule change and web-based rules authoring.
Holger Staudacher has blogged about a forthcoming project he will be working on. He perceives the deployment of RAP applications, […]