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Just a short information about an interview I did with Daniel Bryiant at Devoxx Belgium. We set together and talked about the recent microservices hype and how enterprises will be able to adopt it. This interview touches some basics from my recent O'Reilly mini-book and explores the organizational changes a little more.
As the Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 (EAP 7) is looming on the horizon and even the WebLogic server just recently got Java EE 7 certified, I thought it might be about time to give you a little refresher about the Java Enterprise Edition 7 features and point you towards further resources.
Just a couple of days ago, the new JBoss EAP 7 ALPHA version was released. And I already blogged about how to get started with it. One very interesting part is the HTTP/2 support which has been added as a technical preview. It is provided by the new webserver Untertow. HTTP/2 reduces latency by compressing headers and
Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 (JBoss EAP 7) is a middleware platform built on open standards and compliant with the Java Enterprise Edition 7 specification. Built on top of innovative and proven open source technologies like WildFly, it will make Java EE 7 development a lot easier. Here is a quick guide on how to get started with the latest ALPHA release.