Wildfly 19 Final is ready for release and available to download. This release includes a number of MicroProfile upgrades, supporting MicroProfile 3.3 and introducing two new MicroProfile subsystems. See what the lightweight application runtime has to offer.
The United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal of a lower court decision: Oracle v. Google. Red Hat, one of the leaders of the open source community, has emphasized to the USSC that software interfaces should not become subject to copyright protection and are not copyrightable by design. Read the complete amicus brief filed by Red Hat and IBM.
Red Hat’s Cesar Saavedra talked to us about cloud-native development – what it is, what to keep in mind and what best practices he recommends for the shift. Our main focus was the eight steps that he feels will ensure the highest degree of success, as well as some extra advice for the two hardest changes that you need to make to switch to cloud native.
What does “container first” mean? What are the strengths of Quarkus? What’s new in 0.20.0? What features can we look forward to in the future? When will version 1.0.0 be released? We have so many questions about Quarkus and Alex Soto was kind enough to answer them all.
Red Hat recently released container platform OpenShift 4. We caught up with Martin Klaus, Senior Director Red Hat Cloud Platforms, and asked what’s new in the latest version of the enterprise Kubernetes platform and how it differs from other solutions. We also asked about other OpenShift projects like OpenShift Online, OpenShift.io and OpenShift Origin.
About a month ago, Red Hat announced that it will be taking over the leadership for OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11 calling out the need for continued support of the technology and community. But what does this mean for the developer community? We asked our readers and the results are in!
Red Hat announced OpenShift 4, the first major release in four years! The latest version of OpenShift comes with Kubernetes at its core and universal cloud-like experience. Let’s have a look.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we saw a big announcement coming over from Red Hat who is taking over the leadership from Oracle for OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11. Let’s have a look.
Red Hat bets big on a future full of open source, Kubernetes, and containers as it agrees to purchase CoreOS for a cool $250 million.
Microsoft and Red Hat have joined forces in the world of hybrid cloud computing, announcing greater flexibility for deploying Red Hat solutions on Microsoft Azure. The deal also shines a light on .NET Core technology, sharing even more of the open source love.
A generation behind the current Java release, OpenJDK 7 will now be presided over by Red Hat, which also assumed responsibility for OpenJDK 6 back in the day. The open source contingent of Java will keep on truckin’.
More systemd adoption, more from Red Hat Linux, more from the Linux world. The latest in Linux news is rounded up with the sad recognition of a milestone death in the world of Linux gaming.
By upgrading its membership status, Red Hat has committed to a stronger engagement with various Eclipse projects, in addition to entering the Eclipse IoT workgroup.
Red Hat is joining in on the microservices trend with a newer operating system for running Linux containers.