Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite Generic Loan Demo This article is brought to you by an example of our strong links to our partners, people who understand and leverage the Red Hat JBoss middleware products for their customers. Last week for current Red Hat customers we have made the Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite Beta1 […]
November 4, 2013
In the previous article in this series, we talked about extending and expanding your enterprise integration to account for an expanding architectural landscape that included diverse backend systems. In this article we want to provide an example project, called the BRMS Fuse Integration Demo, that demonstrates how to achieve some of the discussed use cases, […]
October 31, 2013
Just the other day I walked you through the installation of the JBoss BPM Suite Beta 1 product and accompanying mortgage demo application.
It takes a bit of time and massaging to put together a video of this, but today I finished up the first video of walking you through the installation process from scratch. This should get you up and running in just a few minutes.
October 29, 2013
|JBoss BPM Suite with Mortgage Demo|
This week for the current Red Hat customers we have released the Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite Beta1. A milestone release on the way to a final version 6 release.
Without going into details that will be presented upon a final Beta release announcement soon, I wanted to give customers with access to the Beta1 release a head start by providing a completely automated setup of the JBoss BPM Suite, with a pre-configured mortgage demo project out of the box.
October 24, 2013
I’ve been tossing around the idea of organizing a discussion and whiteboarding event anchored by Eric Schabell, Keeny Peeples, and myself. The three of us have a hands-on background that includes solution architecture and consulting, and together, we provide subject matter expertise for the entire Red Hat JBoss middleware portfolio:
October 16, 2013
I’m a fan of client / server architecture. I believe that…
- the front end should be limited to the presentation tier
- the back end should be limited to the logic / data tiers
- the presentation tier should be separate from the logic / data tiers
- the presentation tier should integrate with the logic / data tiers
I believe that the front end, the presentation tier, should be executed on the client and that the back end, the logic / data tier, should be executed on the server.
October 14, 2013
It’s All About Navigation
Today’s web application often have to provide easy navigation user experiences to the customers to provide the latest and greatest to be accessible by the customer.
For example, a website may want to offer rich, customized menu navigation rather than the out-of-the-box menu portlet or site map portlets. More often than not, the menu may need to visually indicate the current page that it’s on.
October 8, 2013
I am a champion of front end development.
I am a back end developer.
I can do front end development, and I have, but I would prefer not to. It is not an efficient use of my time. I can spend a day developing the foundation for an enterprise application, or I can spend a day troubleshooting a minor user interface issue. A front end developer can spend a day developing the foundation for a mobile user interface, or they can spend a day troubleshooting a minor persistence issue.
October 7, 2013
Context and Dependency Injection (CDI) has been available for a while now – it’s standard with Java EE 6. Red Hat has always been a steward of open standards and breaking new grounds by leading the specifications, such as leading the CDI specification. Thus, JBoss Portal 6.1 is proud to bring CDI to Portal applications!
October 2, 2013
Is this the beginning of the end of web containers (i.e. servlet containers)?
For years, I preferred running Tomcat. It was easy. To install, extract the files. It was fast. It took seconds to start, and it took seconds to deploy a web application.