Integrating WebSphere MQ with JBoss Enterprise Application Server

JBoss EAP 7 Beta is now available! Here's a preview of what's to come...

Today, we officially announced the availability of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 beta. We truly believe this release will shift the way the enterprise Java community thinks about application servers and builds Java applications.

But, before we get into the details of how you can use JBoss EAP 7 to accomplish this, I want to bring attention and recognition to the community who made this monumental release possible.

JBoss EAP 7 Beta was the result of years of hard work and dedication by a broad team of people throughout the JBoss EAP / WildFly community. With ingenuity, persistence, and passion, this team built and delivered a product that developers will love from the first time they download the bits until they push their application to production. Building software that fits the promise of JBoss Middleware – lightweight, high performance, enterprise quality, and enables high productivity – is a huge challenge. And this team has done an amazing job in meeting and exceeding these goals with this release. Thank you to all of you who worked so hard to make this beta release possible!

As we move forward from beta release to GA, I want to give you a preview of what will be available in the upcoming weeks. As with any beta release, our goal is get as many people as possible to download the code, try it out, and provide feedback to our engineers. User feedback is invaluable to us as we work out the bugs and tailor the GA release to our users needs.

Check out the new section dedicated to JBoss EAP 7 beta information and resources on our Red Hat Developer JBoss EAP page. And follow this Red Hat Developer blog to get an insider's look at the new JBoss EAP 7 beta articles. We'll be deep-diving into the new features and providing practical guidance on how to get the best out of the new product. We'll also be providing some fun, “behind the scenes” glimpses at those working on JBoss EAP 7. You'll learn a bit about the engineers involved in this product, what they love about their jobs, and what it takes to build and release a new major version of a product like JBoss EAP! I hope you enjoy what you read here. If you have any special requests or feedback for us, please feel free to leave them in the comments section so we can consider them for future posts!

Last updated: November 6, 2023