WildFly Project News

How to contribute to WildFly

Welcome to the world of WildFly contributions, a place where your skills can make a real impact! If you’re eager to dive in but not sure where to start, this guide is here to simplify the process for you. Whether you’re new to open source or just getting acquainted with WildFly, we’ve got your back. In the upcoming sections, we’ll walk you through the essential steps, providing insights into the WildFly ecosystem and equipping you...

Vlog: Securing WildFly Apps with Okta on OpenShift

Learn how to secure applications deployed to WildFly on OpenShift with the Okta OpenID provider.

WildFly 31.0.1 is released!

WildFly 31.0.1.Final is now available for download. It’s been about five weeks since the WildFly 31 release, so we’ve done a small bug fix update, WildFly 31.0.1. This includes an update to WildFly Preview. The following issues were resolved in 31.0.1: Bugs [WFLY-18700] - java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Direct buffer memory [WFLY-18959] - Mail Quickstart maven dependencies have wrong scope [WFLY-18969] - Give the Apache Lucene module access to jdk.unsupported [WFLY-19010] - SSL Client context not loaded with...

WildFly Mini Conference

The WildFly team organizes a conference. The conference will take place on Wednesday, March 6, 2024. It starts at 14:00 UTC and includes four sessions with topics related to WildFly. All sessions will be streamed live on YouTube. For more information, please take a look at the conference page at https://www.wildfly.org/conference/ We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

WildFly testing with WildFly Glow

This blog post provides information on how to use WildFly Glow to produce a WildFly server in order to test the applications you are developing for WildFly. Note Reading this blog post that provides detailed information on WildFly provisioning in general and WildFly Glow in particular is a good pre-requisite to this blog post. The main goal of the WildFly Glow project is to help you produce a trimmed server that will properly execute your...

Using WildFly Glow to provision a WildFly server for a RESTEasy based project

An introduction to the usage of WildFly Glow to provision a WildFly server for a RESTEasy based project

Vlog: Introduction to WildFly Glow

Learn how to slim your WildFly installations by inspecting your application archives with WildFly Glow.

What's new in WildFly provisioning

This blog post provides information on recent evolutions that have occurred at the WildFly provisioning level. WildFly Glow tooling This new approach to WildFly provisioning has been covered in details in this blog post and in this video published on the WildFly Youtube Channel. We are expecting more content to be published on this topic; stay tuned! WildFly Bootable JAR support in the WildFly Maven Plugin From version 5.0.0.Beta2, the WildFly Maven Plugin allows you...

WildFly Glow, an evolution of WildFly provisioning

We are introducing an evolution of WildFly provisioning by means of the WildFly Glow project. What is WildFly provisioning? Even though WildFly provisioning has been available for some time now, a quick summary seems useful to put WildFly Glow in context. WildFly provisioning is: The ability to create a WildFly server installation on the fly. The ability to choose the set of features you want to see in the created server. The ability to extend...

WildFly Guides

We have recently published a first collection of guides on the WildFly homepage. You can find the guides in the top-level navigation under Guides. They are divided into different categories. Currently, we have guides for "Get Started", "Observability", "Security", "MicroProfile", and "Automation". What to expect The guides address one topic of a specific use case in more detail. Unlike the reference documentation, the guides describe step by step how a specific task can be approached...