The latest versions of Red Hat Software Collections and Red Hat Developer Toolset are available now in beta. Software Collections 3.7 delivers the latest stable versions of many popular open source runtime languages, web servers, and databases natively to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform. These components are supported for up to five years, supporting a more consistent, efficient, and reliable developer experience.
Continue reading Red Hat Software Collections 3.7 and Red Hat Developer Toolset 10.1 beta versions now available
Monitoring systems in use is one of the greatest challenges in cloud environments. Users always want to know how their applications work in production. For example, they want to know how Red Hat OpenShift utilizes its resources; or how to monitor systems in use like Red Hat AMQ Streams.
Continue reading Connect AMQ Streams to your Red Hat OpenShift 4 monitoring stack
Red Hat CodeReady Dependency Analytics, powered by Snyk Intel Vulnerability database, helps developers find, identify, and fix security vulnerabilities in their code. In the latest 0.3.2 release, we focused on supporting vulnerability analysis for Golang application dependencies, providing easier access to vulnerability details uniquely known to Snyk, and other user experience improvements.
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When we first announced Mandrel, we explained why Red Hat needed a downstream distribution of GraalVM. We were most interested in GraalVM’s native image capability, specifically in the context of Quarkus. In this article, we explain what Mandrel is and what it’s not. We’ll introduce some of Mandrel’s technical features and offer a short demonstration of using Mandrel with Quarkus.
Continue reading Mandrel: A specialized distribution of GraalVM for Quarkus
Quarkus is already fast, but what if you could make inner loop development with the supersonic, subatomic Java framework even faster? Quarkus 1.5 introduced
fast-jar, a new packaging format that supports faster startup times. Starting in Quarkus 1.12, this great feature became the default packaging format for Quarkus applications. This article introduces you to the
fast-jar format and how it works.
Continue reading Build even faster Quarkus applications with fast-jar
Java is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. It has been among the top three languages used over the past two decades. Java powers millions of applications across many verticals and platforms. Linux is widely deployed in data centers, edge networks, and the cloud.
Continue reading Deploy Quarkus everywhere with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)
The Beta release of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.4 is now available. This release has been made in preparation for the general availability (GA) release later in 2021, and contains a number of new features and enhancements. This article offers a summary of the most important improvements and illustrates an easy way to get started with JBoss EAP.
Continue reading Security and management improvements in Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.4 Beta
To deploy an application on Kubernetes or Red Hat OpenShift, you first need to create objects to allow the platform to install an application from a container image. Then, you need to launch the application using a pod and expose it as a service with a static IP address. Doing all of that can be tedious, but there are ways to simplify the process.
Continue reading Using Dekorate to generate Kubernetes manifests for Java applications
Among other improvements and bug fixes in the
vscode-xml extension 0.15.0 release, you can now run the extension without needing Java. We know the Java requirement discouraged many people from trying the extension. We have included a new setting, Prefer Binary (
xml.server.preferBinary) that lets you choose between the Java server and the new binary server. We’re excited to remove the Java restriction from Red Hat’s XML extension for Visual Studio Code in
vscode-xml 0.15.0. Keep reading to find out how we did it.
Continue reading No more Java in vscode-xml 0.15.0!