Red Hat’s latest open source application server WildFly 8 (nee JBoss AS) is now released. The key features are:
– Java EE 7 compliant
– New highly performant web server (Undertow)
– HTTP Upgrade allows to reduce to only 2 ports
– Role based access control and audit logging
– Automated patching
You can read more about the release at:
Keycloak is an SSO authentication server and appliance for securing web applications and RESTful web services. After 7 months of hard work, the Keycloak team (Bill Burke, Stian Thorgersen, Gabriel Cardoso, Viliam Rockai, Alexandre Mendonca, and Bolesław Dawidowicz) is proud to announce our first release, Alpha-1! There’s still a lot to do, but there’s a lot you of features you can try out. Besides written documentation, we’ve put together a bunch of video screencasts that you can view to learn and experience the features of Keycloak.
These are some of the core feature of Keycloak:
- SSO and Single Log Out for browser applications
- Social Broker. Enable Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter social login with no code required.
- Openshift Quick Start so you can deploy Keycloak on the cloud
- Optional User Registration
- Password and TOTP support (via Google Authenticator). Client cert auth coming soon.
- Forgot password management
- OAuth Bearer token auth for…
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O meu amigo William Siqueira está escrevendo excelentes tutoriais sobre Java EE! Vale a pena conferir 🙂
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Seeking to reinforce key concepts and strategies that ensure high availability (HA) architecture on JBoss EAP 6, I’ve read the book JBoss EAP6 High Availability.
The book is updated and can be used as a starting point for those who need to learn about the new architecture of JBoss EAP 6 and also for administrators who already have experience as it covers everything from basic concepts to more advanced settings for enterprise environments. The book was written by Li Weinan who is a Senior Software Engineer at JBoss EAP team. Nothing better than direct experience from the source. Highly recommended reading.
E ai Galera,
Navegando pela Web semana passada encontrei no post do Master The JBoss a referencia sobre o livro WildFly 8 Administration Guide. Realmente o livro está bem interessante e está recebendo atualizações conforme o lançamento de novas versões do WildFly 8 tanto é que está utilizando a versão 8.0.0.CR1.
Achei Bem interessante o Enterprise Application Servers CookBook pois envolve os 3 principais servidores de aplicação na atualidade: JBoss EAP, WebLogic12c e WebSphere 8.5. Vale muito a pena!
Obrigado ao Junior por me lembrar de postar sobre os livros! Thanks!