Getting started with OpenShift Java S2I

Introduction

The OpenShift Java S2I image, which allows you to automatically build and deploy your Java microservices, has just been released and is now publicly available. This article describes how to get started with the Java S2I container image, but first, let’s discuss why having a Java S2I image is so important.

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Continuous Development with Automated Testing

Automated testing is one of the hardest, but also the most important thing to get right when doing Continuous Delivery or DevOps. Recently Aslak Knutsen and I hosted a webinar with the title “Continuous Development with Automated Testing”. The webinar had quite a few viewers (and maybe that was one of the reasons that the demo in the webinar didn’t exactly go as planned.)

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What’s new with JPA 2.1 and Hibernate 5 in JBoss EAP 7

Background

hibernate-bookThe Java Persistence API (JPA) provides Java developers with an object/relational mapping facility for managing relational data in Java applications. The latest version of the JPA standard is 2.1 and is part of Java EE 7.

JBoss Enterprise Application Platform is a fully certified Java EE application server and JBoss EAP 7 which is currently in Beta is certified according to the most recent Java EE 7 specification.

Hibernate is one of the most popular JPA implementations and is known for it’s High Performance, Scalability and Reliability.

For more details about JPA and Hibernate I recommend reading Java Persistence with Hibernate, Second Edition.

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Run your first Java EE application with JBoss EAP 7 Beta

This article describes how efficient development is on JBoss EAP 7. It will also give example of different build tools  and Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) to use for application development on JBoss EAP 7. Additionally it will briefly explain how dependency management[1] works for Java EE 7 and JBoss EAP specific artifacts.

Finally there is a step-by-step guide that demonstrates how fast and efficient it is to develop on JBoss EAP 7.

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