This video is one in a series titled “Cloud-native Java development with Adam Bien.” Adam explores best practices, lessons learned, and techniques to effectively use Java in a world of containers, microservices, APIs, hybrid cloud, and DevOps.
This video series, “Cloud-native Java development with Adam Bien,” explores best practices, lessons learned, and techniques to effectively use Java in a world of containers, microservices, APIs, hybrid cloud, and DevOps. In this episode, Adam walks through scaling microservices.
Adam Bien walks through Microservices in the context of WildFly/JBoss EAP application servers, with Undertow as the embedded web server. This video is part of Adam Bien and Red Hat's video series "Cloud-native Java application development".
In this video, Claus Ibsen explains the fundamental principles and the importance of distributed integration. As a key Committer to the Apache Camel open source integration framework, Claus provides his perspective on the role of Apache Camel in the Red Hat stack.
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Learn how to to effectively deploy and manage applications on JBoss Enterprise Application Platform with our Red Hat JBoss Application Administration I (JB248) course. Register today redhat.com/training
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This video will preview the content covered in the Red Hat JBoss Application Administration I (JB248) course and show a sample lecture, whiteboarding session and demonstration.
For two decades, Indian stock exchange, BSE, struggled to meet business needs with proprietary technologies. The exchange could not innovate, and the high cost of upgrades and vendor lock-in made its system economically inefficient.