Ceylon continues to motor towards its first full release, with M3 nearing and other important strides made.
The latest beta for JBoss’s Eclipse distro arrives, accommodating a number of enhancements to vital plugins
Red Hat revealed the roadmap for their PaaS OpenShift, detailing some innovative plans to garner more enterprise plaudits. Find more within…
JBoss’s Mark Little: “Java is a lot more ready for Mobile and Cloud than some people might want you to believe”
From JAX 2012 in Mainz, Diana Kupfer talks with JBoss technical leader Mark Little about the state of Enterprise Java and the new PaaS solution from Red Hat, OpenShift. His conclusion: “Java is a lot more ready for Mobile and Cloud than some people might want you to believe”
A little over a month after intimating its open source intentions, Red Hat reveal OpenShift Origin to the masses to use as they see fit
Fast, fast, fast. Blazing fast. No doubt, that’s the main reason to love JBoss AS 7 but Dan Allen explores six more reasons why you should get behind JBoss Application Server 7
This video walks you through the installation of JBoss Developer Studio 5, uses the JBoss Central HTML5 archetype, introduces the Mobile BrowserSim to demonstrate an application that supports both desktop & mobile UIs and finally uploads it all to OpenShift for testing on real devices.
Red Hats popular platform as a service (PaaS) offering, OpenShift, will be fully open source in the very near future, according to a recent update to the products FAQ
The Java PaaS aims to simplify and offer deployment flexibility for cloud environments
The co-leader of the London Java Community and general open source aficionado offers his thoughts for the year ahead
People who have applications that run on EE 6 and its predecessors now have a zero-coding approach to moving to the cloud.
PLUS, Java EE 6 support comes to OpenShift PaaS, and new milestone for Orion.
New Red Hat platform supports Spring, Seam, Weld, CDI, Rails and Rack framework.