This morning at DevNation we talked about the past and the future. A past that helped create some of the fundamental building blocks of application development and a future where we can reimagine them all.
As part of the open source community, Red Hat has worked with countless individuals and organizations over the past 20+ years to solve some of the biggest problems and provide technology that many businesses rely on today. It was great to have so many of those people in the audience and online today during DevNation and we thanked them for the years of collaboration and support.
One of the biggest contributions that Red Hat and the community have made to enterprise software is the evolution of the Java ecosystem. Today, we were pleased to announce that we will be working with IBM, Tomitribe and others to continue to evolve enterprise Java so that it can meet the demands of modern app development and become the runtime environment for microservices. You can find more details and information about the announcement here on the Red Hat Developer blog.
Today, we also reaffirmed our commitment to the Eclipse platform with the release of Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio 10. This release coincides with the release of Eclipse Neon, the latest version of the Eclipse IDE. With the latest version you’ll be able to take advantage of Neon’s new features as well as support for Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 (JBoss EAP) and Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK) CDK 2.1. The latest version is available here as part of the Red Hat Developer program.
We are pleased to announce that Rachel Laycock, Head of Technology for North America at ThoughtWorks, will be joining us at DevNation 2016 as a general session speaker. With her background in Agile, Continuous Delivery, and strategy, Rachel is uniquely qualified to explain why CD is more than simply using new tools. This is certainly a relevant topic for everyone – should be fun!
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Today, Red Hat announced the availability of a no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux developer subscription, available as part of the Red Hat Developer Program. Offered as a self-supported, development-only subscription, the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Suite provides you with a more stable development platform for building enterprise applications – across cloud, physical, virtual, and container-centric infrastructures. Red Hat SVP Craig Muzilla added some good points in his blog, too.
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JBoss Developer Studio 9 for Eclipse Mars is now available for download. Some advances include new Server Adapters, OpenShift v3 enhancements and more Docker functionality. A new list of features can be found in the documentation but here is a list of highlights:
WildFly 10 and EAP 7 Server Adapters
New server adapters for JBoss EAP 7 and WildFly 10 have been added to the toolset, allowing you to enjoy all the past benefits, but with all the newest runtimes.
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