This year, we’ll be attending both Red Hat Summit and DevNation, both of which are happening slightly earlier in the year, in April (13-17 to be exact) at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. I’ll be attending and showing audiences the Red Hat Developer Toolset 2.1 update, complete with video demonstrations so you can see as well as hear about the great new features. (more…)
- Getting a deeper understanding of Angular with: Leveling Up in Angular
- Red Hat’s own Steve Citron-Pousty will be talking about GIS in his talk Leaflet, Node.js, and MongoDB for a easy and fun web mapping experience.
- The complexities of writing web applications are not insignificant, hoping Writing Real Time Web Apps will increase my visibility to other people’s solutions
- I am a huge fan of machine learning and AI in general, so I think Functional Programming Patterns for the Non-Mathematician looks pretty cool
“Since we launched our award winning OpenShift Online public Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) service three years ago and OpenShift Enterprise private PaaS in 2012, customers have often asked us, “What about Microsoft .NET apps on OpenShift?” We listened, and are excited to announce that we are collaborating with Uhuru Software to bring Microsoft .NET and SQL Server capabilities to OpenShift, as an open source community-driven effort in OpenShift Origin. OpenShift Origin is the upstream community project that drives innovation for both our OpenShift Online service and OpenShift Enterprise product.”
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Back in December, I shared with you how Red Hat IT was beginning its DevOps transformation. That early post discussed our strategy, team composition, the importance of Open Source, and incremental change. It’s been about three months and I’d like to share an update with some early lessons learned.
Overall impression so far? This is harder than we thought. (more…)
Red Hat has just announced general availability of these long awaited products!
It takes a large effort to turn the community code into enterprise quality software that customers and end-users can rely on in production with Red Hat support. It is now a great time for current and potential customers to learn about the product, for partners to start engaging with it and learning the nuts and bolts, and for the open source community and Red Hat to receive all sorts of input on these products; all of which turns them into better products to use with the world-class customer service Red Hat has gotten us used to.
The new JBoss BPM Suite has a well defined, integral focus on process management and automation. It represents the culmination of an awesome amount of work done by the open source community over many months. It contains not only improvements on existing components, not only a completely redesigned look and feel, but also a set of exciting new features!
It’s new, but it maintains backwards compatibility with your previous JBoss BRMS business process and rules project implementations. It also offers with your subscription the world class Red Hat JBoss support of your production environment you are familiar with.
JBoss BPM Suite 6 also represents the final phase in the integration of Polymita into Red Hat. That’s why you will find advanced functionalities such as dynamic data and forms modeling. This innovative feature lets you manage those directly from the web interfaces of the tool without coding! Another cool new thing derived from the acquisition is the Business Activity Monitoring. Now you are able to create beautiful dashboards by dragging and dropping on a web interface with all sort of rich graphics that are linked to the processes. In addition, BPM Suite now also includes the entire state-of-the-art BRMS 6 product with its advanced decision management and data analysis capabilities, which is also a separate product in itself that you can continue to use with its own support subscription.
So now it’s your turn! Discover how these new products can contribute value to your organization!
JBoss BPM Suite 6.0 - https://access.redhat.com/jbossnetwork/restricted/listSoftware.html?product=bpm.suite&downloadType=distributions
JBoss BRMS 6.0 - https://access.redhat.com/jbossnetwork/restricted/listSoftware.html?product=brms&downloadType=distributions
JBoss BPM Suite 6.0 - https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/Red_Hat_JBoss_BPM_Suite/
JBoss BRMS Suite 6.0 - https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/Red_Hat_JBoss_BRMS/
JBoss BPM Suite: http://www.redhat.com/products/jbossenterprisemiddleware/business-process/
JBoss BRMS: http://www.redhat.com/products/jbossenterprisemiddleware/business-rules/
BPM Example App:
A fully functional BPM Example Application is included as part of the downloads.
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