The ninth major release of the Java EE server WildFly is nearing completion. Highlights include intelligent load balancing, HTTP2 and SPDY support and a new offline CLI mode.
With a sleek and slimmed down admin console and host of bug fixes, latest update of application server ready to fly,
WildFly project lead Jason Greene outlines the best reasons for switching to the server, what he likes about Java 8, and the road ahead for the server.
It’s Java 8 week – and we’ve got a special issue of JAX Magazine to celebrate.
Jason Greene, WildFly 8 Architect, weighs in on confusing name changes, transition issues, and why you should be excited about this app server.
The final version of WildFly 8 has officially dropped – Bernhard Löwenstein analyses all the key features and explains what’s new.
Although still RC1 status, high-profile alternative to toy product GlassFish receives a further boost by making Oracles cut for certified platform compatible offerings.
Fallout from scrapping of commercial GlassFish build continues
Fallout from scrapping of commercial GlassFish build continues but TomEE creator says users are also to blame.
JBoss have unleashed the first beta of a new lightweight web NIO web server.
New Red Hat project brings GAE APIs to JBoss AS, allowing apps to be run on private servers – and could lead the way to a new standard.
The people have spoken, and the server formerly known as JBoss finally has a new name.
JBoss AS is to be renamed either BaseJump, WildFly, jBeret, Petasos or Jocron, as proposed by the community.