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Dear *,

Red Hat | JBoss has recently launched an initiative named “JBoss Migration Center” to help easily enterprise to migrate their IBM Websphere or Oracle Weblogic to JBoss EAP/Wildfly.

For example, you will find a great tool which help you during the Discovery phase of your migration.

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Windup is a tool to simplify Java application migrations. Running from the command line, the tool analyzes artifacts from Java applications and produces an HTML report highlighting areas that require changes. The analyzer is driven by customizable and extendable rules to provide information to assist the developer in migrating applications. It’s initial focus is Java EE applications but the Windup design and rule organization is general enough to allow Windup to be used for practically any kind of migration.

You can find more information at the following URL :http://www.jboss.org/migration/

If your company or you are based in BeNeLux and are interested by IBM Webphere/Oracle Weblogic to JBoss Migration, just let me know and I will arrange a meeting for you.

N.B. :
Wildfly is the premise application server on which will be base of the next release of JBoss EAP.
Wildfly != the next release of JBoss EAP.

Ref :
JBoss EAP Details : https://www.redhat.com/products/jbossenterprisemiddleware/application-platform/
JBoss EAP Trial : http://www.jboss.org/products/eap
Wildfly http://wildfly.org/

BR
Frederic

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Dear *,

I plan to do a presentation next week on JBoss Operation Network[1] but not only. The goal of that presentation is to explain how IT department can use JON in a Standard Operating Environment to then offer PAAS or SAAS Solution to their customers. If your company or you are based in BeNeLux and are interested by this presentation, just let me know and I will try to arrange a meeting for you.

[1] https://www.redhat.com/products/jbossenterprisemiddleware/operations-network/

BR
Frederic

Dear all,

We would like to invite you to our next session on Tuesday, October 9th 2012 from 18:30PM.

Karoly Nagy, EMEA Senior Solutions Architect, Red Hat/JBoss will speak about JBoss EAP6.

The session will be held at CRONOS n.v. Business Park King Square Veldkant 33A – 2550 Kontich
http://www.cronos.be/route-map

BR
Frederic

Dear all,

I am going to do a presentation about “JBoss EAP6 Proxy/Gateway Solutions” in August 2012.
If your company or you are based in BeNeLux and are interested by this presentation, just let me know and I will try to arrange a meeting for you.

BR

Frederic

Dear all,

I am going to do a presentation about “JBoss EAP 6” in Luxembourg in April 2012.
If your company or you are based in BeNeLux and are interested by this presentation, just let me know and I will try to arrange a meeting for you.

Ref  : http://www.redhat.com/promo/eap6beta/

BR

Frederic

Dear *,

Recently I looked for Seam 3 applications running into JBoss AS7 (foretaste purpose) or EAP 6 (Professional use purpose).
So I uncompressed the following packages into a temporary directory (Test purpose) of a common|standard user of the system :

  • JBoss EAP6 Beta – Server which provides software applications with services such as security, data services, transaction support, load balancing, and management of large distributed systems. – -> Download Package
  • JBoss AS7 – Server which provides software applications with services such as security, data services, transaction support, load balancing, and management of large distributed systems. -> Download Package
  • Seam 3 – Seam is a powerful open source development platform for building rich Internet applications in Java. – -> Download Package
  • Maven 3.0.3 -> well, if you are using Fedora or RHEL, be root on your system and run “yum install maven”. If not, then go to http://maven.apache.org to install the application

Then I set the JBOSS_HOME directory with the path of my application server – Here I chose to use JBoss EAP6 Beta : export JBOSS_HOME=/home/user/jboss-eap-6.0 (you can set it definitively in the maven settings.xml file or in you local profile).

I ran the JBoss EAP6 Beta Application Server in standalone mode with the following command :

jboss-eap-6.0/bin/standalone.sh

I opened the seam-3.1.0.Final/examples directories to set the following stanza in the pom.xml file :

<plugins>

<plugin>
<groupId>org.jboss.as.plugins</groupId>
<artifactId>jboss-as-maven-plugin</artifactId>
<version>7.1.1.Final</version>
<executions>
<execution>
<phase>package</phase>
<goals>
<goal>deploy</goal>
</goals>
</execution>
</executions>
</plugin>

</plugins>

Finally, I choose one of the Seam 3 examples, went to the corresponding directory and  I compiled and deployed it to the running  JBoss EAP6 Beta application server with the following commands :

cd seam-3.1.0.Final/examples/seam-booking

mvn package jboss-as:deploy

and then went to the following URL : http://localhost:8080/seam-booking


Ref : https://docs.jboss.org/jbossas/7/plugins/maven/latest/index.html

BR

Frederic