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  • Akamai IoT Edge Connect Brings MQTT to its Serverless Edge Platform

    Akamai IoT Edge Connect, part of Akamai Edge Cloud, provides a fully managed service for the operation of IoT devices with auto-scaling, failover, and data synchronization. InfoQ has spoken with Lior Netzer, vice-president and CTO of IoT at Akamai Technologies.

  • Critical Remotely Exploitable Vulnerability Discovered in Oracle WebLogic Server

    Security researchers have discovered a new remotely exploitable vulnerability in Oracle Weblogic Server (WLS). CVE-2019-2725 is remotely exploitable without user authentication and has an overall CVSS score of 9.3 out of 10, making it a critical vulnerability. Oracle released a security alert noting that versions of the server affected by this flaw include 10.3.6.0 and 12.1.3.0.

  • HiveMQ Goes Open Source, Brings MQTT and Kafka Together

    Recently announced by HiveMQ, HiveMQ Enterprise Extension for Kafka aims to integrate Kafka and MQTT to enable real-time streaming for IoT applications.

  • Wildfly 16: Improvements to Messaging and Clustering

    Continuing with its quarterly delivery model, Wildfly 16 was released last month, closing or resolving almost 200 issues, feature requests, and bugs. Included in this release was Galleon, a provisioning tool for constructing custom-tailored Wildfly servers, compatibility with JDK12, as well as several enhancements to messaging, and clustering support.

  • OpenLiberty Moves to Four-Week Releases

    OpenLiberty, the project behind IBM WebSphere, has released version 19.0.0.1 as its first move into four-week releases.

  • The 2019 Payara Platform 5 Roadmap

    Steve Millidge, CEO at Payara, recently outlined the 2019 Payara Platform 5 roadmap describing the goals for Payara in 2019. A brief review of 2018 accomplishments was highlighted by the introduction of the Payara Platform 5 with the release of Payara 5.181 in March 2018. Payara is once-again planning to deliver quarterly releases (5.191 thru 5.194) of Payara Server 5 and Payara Micro 5 in 2019.

  • Eclipse Releases GlassFish 5.1 Certified as Compatible with Java EE 8

    Eclipse has achieved another GlassFish milestone with the anticipated GA release of version 5.1. A year in the making, this milestone included previous GlassFish milestones such as the full migration of source code and open-sourcing the Java EE TCK (September 2018), the RC1 release of GlassFish 5.1 (October 2018), and the integration of EclipseLink and Eclipse Jersey in GlassFish (December 2018).

  • RedHat Releases JBoss 7.2 With EE 8

    RedHat has released JBoss 7.2, with full support for the EE 8 specification. This release brings another application server into the Jakarta EE, post-Oracle environment. It also provides support for modern web technologies such as Servlet 4.0 with HTTP/2 capabilities.

  • Building Scalable and Reliable IoT Apps with MQTT and HiveMQ 4

    HiveMQ is an MQTT-based messaging platform designed to power IoT applications. Recently released HiveMQ 4 adds support for MQTT 5, improves its extension system, and integrates better with Docker and Kubernetes, and AWS EC2. InfoQ has spoken with Dominik Obermaier, CTO of dc-square GmbH, maker of HiveMQ.

  • Apache Releases TomEE 7.1 with Support for Java 8 and MicroProfile 1.2

    The Apache TomEE community has released TomEE 7.1, a significant upgrade featuring support for Java SE 8 and MicroProfile 1.2. TomEE 7.1 serves as a gateway release for TomEE 8 that will be compliant with Java EE 8/JakartaEE and MicroProfile 1.3. David Blevins, founder and CEO of Tomitribe, spoke to InfoQ about this latest release.

  • A New Era for GlassFish: Source Code Migrated, and the Java EE TCK Released as Open Source

    The Eclipse Foundation recently announced two milestones in September 2018: the migration of GlassFish source code from Oracle has been completed; and the Java EE TCK is now open-sourced. Considered a major milestone for the advancement of Jakarta EE and a new era for GlassFish, “this is another step in making Jakarta EE a vehicle for innovation in cloud-native application development.”

  • Payara Foundation Releases Payara Server and Payara Micro 5.183 Featuring MicroProfile 2.0 Support

    The Payara Foundation has recently released version 5.183 of Payara Server and Payara Micro with a host of new features, upgrades, and bug fixes including full support for MicroProfile 2.0 and Java EE 8. New features include: updates to MicroProfile APIs and the Admin Console; support for the OpenID specification; and a new application deployment descriptor schema.

  • Thorntail 2.2.0 Features Automated Migration from WildFly Swarm

    Since the rebranding of WildFly Swarm 2018.5.0 to Thorntail 2.0.0 in late June, Red Hat has released Thorntail versions 2.1.0 and 2.2.0 within a three-week time frame since mid-August. Along with many bug fixes, especially related to MicroProfile, new features include compliance with MicroProfile 1.3 through a new community-driven organization, SmallRye, and an automated migration process.

  • JBoss Web Server 5 with Tomcat 9 is Available

    Red Hat JBoss Web Server (JWS) combines the Apache web server with the Tomcat servlet engine for building, deploying, and maintaining web applications and large-scale websites. JBoss Web Server version 5 was recently released supporting Tomcat 9 and introduces several new features and enhancements.

  • DevSecOps Grows Up and Finds Itself a Community

    On June 28th, the first DevSecOps Days event came to London following a similar event in San Francisco in April. It kicked off with a welcome address from event founders, Mark Miller and John Willis, who explained that the intention is to replicate the DevOpsDays model and empower communities worldwide to stand up their own events.

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