We're baaack (just in time for Halloween) with the monthly highlights from our developer experts working at Red Hat. This month features hands-on introductions to VS Code for Java extension 1.0, the new developer console for Red Hat OpenShift 4.9, and Helm Chart for Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform. We also have a quick guide to using Multipath TCP (included with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8) to cut through the noise in your network. Keep reading for these highlights and more.
Note: See the end of this article for the full lineup published in October 2021.
New! Kafka Monthly Digest on Red Hat Developer
Apache Kafka committer Mickael Maison brings his Kafka Monthly Digest to Red Hat Developer. This month's issue includes an overview of updates to Apache Kafka 3.0, notable Kafka improvement proposals (KIPs) and community project updates, and blogs you won't want to miss. An essential resource for developers who love Kafka.
Developer workflows with VS Code for Java extension 1.0
VS Code for Java extension 1.0 (the one with Java 17) is now available! Get a hands-on introduction to new features in the 1.0 release, with this guide to Java developer workflows in Visual Studio Code.
Explore new console features in OpenShift 4.9
Tools + practices for remote development teams
Working remotely has its perks, but it also holds special challenges for development teams. This article shares practical tips for using Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces as a platform for distributed development in our post-COVID 19 world.
Build with RHEL, Java, and OpenShift
Here are a few more top picks for developers who want to learn by doing:
- Quarkus for Spring developers: K8s-native design patterns: Keep going with this series and discover useful design patterns for Kubernetes-native Java applications.
- Deploying Java applications with Helm: Use Helm to deploy a sample Java application to OpenShift, then use Helm Chart for JBoss EAP 7.4 and XP 3 to build a bootable JAR with enterprise capabilities.
- Multipath TCP on RHEL 8: From one to many subflows: Don't lose your way in the network. Find out how using Multipath TCP reduces network traffic and improves reliability.
Need more? Here's the full lineup of articles published so far this month:
- Configuring Java applications to use Cryostat
- Broadcasting from microservices on Kubernetes
- What's new in the Red Hat OpenShift 4.9 console
- Red Hat build of Quarkus 2.2: Simplified Kubernetes-native Java
- Deploy a Java application using Helm, Part 2
- Developer workflows using the VS Code for Java extension 1.0
- Multipath TCP on RHEL 8: From one to many subflows
- Deploy a Java application using Helm, Part 1
- Sensitive information detection using the NVIDIA Morpheus AI framework
- Kafka Monthly Digest: September 2021
- Announcing Cryostat 2.0: JDK Flight Recorder for containers
- Printf-style debugging using GDB, Part 2
- NodeConf Remote 2021 preview: 4 must-see talks
- Tools and practices for remote development teams
- Get started with OpenShift Service Registry
- Quarkus for Spring developers: Kubernetes-native design patterns
- Red Hat Software Collections 3.8 and Red Hat Developer Toolset 11 now in beta
- Checkpoint and restore in Kubernetes
- Test pull requests with the Try in Web IDE GitHub action
- Find and compare Python libraries with project2vec How to connect to
- Red Hat Data Grid without SSL
- Designing efficient file operations at cloud scale
- Printf-style debugging using GDB, Part 1
- New application samples in Red Hat OpenShift 4.8