WildFly Project News

WildFly 28 Beta1 is released!

I’m pleased to announce that the new WildFly and WildFly Preview 28.0.0.Beta1 releases are available for download at https://wildfly.org/downloads. New and Notable Observability The biggest changes in WildFly 28 Beta1 relate to the observability space. The micrometer subsystem has been added to standard WildFly, bringing Micrometer support. As part of this work, we’ve added support for Micrometer integration with our MicroProfile Fault Tolerance implementation. The micrometer subsystem was first introduced in WildFly Preview in WildFly...

WildFly Maven Plugin

The wildfly-maven-plugin has introduced a new dev goal. If you are familiar with the run goal, this goal is very similar. However, it watches for changes to source files. If changes are found, the WAR is rebuilt and redeployed. This new goal is available in version 4.1.0.Beta3 of the wildfly-maven-plugin. Using the dev Goal In its simplest form you enable the plugin like any other maven plugin: <plugin> <groupId>org.wildfly.plugins</groupId> <artifactId>wildfly-maven-plugin</artifactId> <version>${version.wildfly-maven-plugin}</version> </plugin> Once added to...

Using MicroProfile OpenAPI with RESTEasy

An introduction to use OpenAPI with RESTEasy.

WildFly 26.1.3 is released

WildFly 26.1.3.Final is now available for download. We’ve received requests from members of our community to address a recent critical severity CVE in Apache CXF. The WildFly project generally doesn’t continue to produce bug-fix releases for older versions once a new major or minor release is out. But we recognize that the transition to WildFly 27 and EE 10 is likely to take our users longer than it does for most releases, so given the...

Deploying a WildFly 27.0.1 cluster using Ansible

In this brief demonstration, we’ll set up and run three instances of WildFly on the same machine (localhost). Together they will form a cluster. It’s a rather classic setup, where the appservers needs to synchronize the content of their application’s session to ensure fail over if one of the instances fails. This configuration guarantees that, if one instance fails while processing a request, another one can pick up the work without any data loss. Note...

AMA Recap

A recap of the Ask Me Anything session with the WildFly Elytron team that took place this week.

WildFly 27.0.1 is released!

WildFly 27.0.1.Final is now available for download. It’s been about five weeks since the WildFly 27 release, so we’ve done a small bug fix update, WildFly 27.0.1. This includes an update to WildFly Preview. The following issues were resolved in 27.0.1: Bugs [WFLY-17186] - Wrong exception handling by ManagedScheduledExecutorService.schedule(…​) [WFLY-17287] - Cannot persist ejb timers into database [WFLY-17313] - Distributed TimerService fails when cache is configured with jdbc-store [WFLY-17350] - Custom mail providers are not...

Ask Me Anything with the WildFly Elytron Team

The WildFly Elytron team will be having an Ask Me Anything session on Monday Dec. 19th on chat.

New WildFly S2I and Runtime Multi-arch Images

This article provides details on the new S2I and runtime multi-arch images. New WildFly S2I and Runtime Multi-arch Images These new multi-arch images (linux/arm64 in addition to linux/amd64) have a different naming scheme than the current WildFly images to better handle multiple JDK versions and align with the tag scheme used for the WildFly centos7 docker images (as explained in Updates on WildFly Docker Images blog post). Note The previous WildFly images are now deprecated...

Using JBeret With Quarkus

An overview of the JBeret usage in Quarkus.