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Enable JCA resource adapter statistics in JBoss EAP 6

Performance tuning is guesswork without good instrumentation. Knowing the bottleneck is at least half the battle. Thus it is always nice to graph connection pool statistics for databases and resource adapters. 77 more words


Deploy JBoss EAP apps on OpenShift with remote EJB invocations

I’ve recently worked on a case of porting to OpenShift some JBoss EAP workload (EAP is the Red Hat supported version of Wildfly). One tricky part of this re-platforming was about allowing EJBs to be invoked remotely by some other EJBs or components. 761 more words


Introducing OpenShift Application Runtimes Public Beta

Executive Summary

  • Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes is now in public beta, meaning you can try it!
  • Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes includes a collection of supported application runtimes.
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Enabling Remote JVM monitoring for Tomcat with JMX (Java Management Extensions)

Official Oracle Documentation – http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/tech/javamanagement-140525.html

Monitoring the performance of large scale Java applications can be a difficult task even more so if the application is on a remote server with little to no access. 381 more words


RedHat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform Product Overview by E-SPIN

This video is about RedHat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform Product Overview by E-SPIN

For those who can not join us for the session, please see the summary and highlight clip for the event. 38 more words


Java EE moves to Eclipse

If you’ve been following the news about Oracle’s new direction for Java EE, you’ll know that one of the motivations for changing the governance and process is to move Java EE forward in a more agile and responsive manner. 328 more words


Implementing JMS using jBPM and embedded ActiveMQ in EAP

In this post, I will be covering JMS messaging using the embedded ActiveMQ broker within EAP and a custom jBPM WorkItemHandler.

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