Using Quay.io to find vulnerabilities in your container images
13 hours ago, redhat

You’ve created a container image that has all the packages that you and your team need to do something useful, or maybe you’ve built a public image that anybody can use. But, what if that image contains packages with known security vulnerabilities? Regardless of the severity of those vulnerabilities, you’ll want to learn more and […] The post Using Quay.io to find vulnerabilities in your container images appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Quarkus 0.17.0 now available
1 day ago, redhat

Quarkus continues its cadence of delivering a release every 2-3 weeks. This latest release (0.17.0) contains 125+ changes that include new features, bug fixes, and documentation updates.  Notable major changes include: New AMQP Extension. The AMQP guide and quickstart cover how to use MicroProfile Reactive Messaging with AMQP. New Apache Kafka Streams Extension. Create streaming […] The post Quarkus 0.17.0 now available appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

MariaDB 10.3 now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
1 day ago, redhat

Red Hat Software Collections supplies the latest, stable versions of development tools and components for Red Hat Enterprise Linux via two release trains per year. As part of the Red Hat Software Collections 3.3 release, we are pleased to announce that MariaDB 10.3 is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. The new MariaDB Software Collection provides […] The post MariaDB 10.3 now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Go and FIPS 140-2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
2 days ago, redhat

Red Hat provides the Go programming language to Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers via the go-toolset package. If this package is new to you, and you want to learn more, check out some of the previous articles that have been written for some background. The go-toolset package is currently shipping Go version 1.11.x, with Red […] The post Go and FIPS 140-2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Redis 5 now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
5 days ago, redhat

Red Hat Software Collections supply the latest, stable versions of development tools for Red Hat Enterprise Linux via two release trains per year. As part of the latest Software Collections 3.3 release, we are pleased to announce that Redis 5 is now generally available and supported on RHEL 7. The new Red Hat Software Collection includes Redis 5.0.3. Redis […] The post Redis 5 now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Report from February 2019 ISO WG21 C++ Standards Committee Meeting
5 days ago, redhat

The February 2019 ISO C++ meeting was held in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. As usual, Red Hat sent three of us to the meeting: I attended in the SG1 (parallelism and concurrency) group, Jonathan Wakely in Library, and Jason Merrill in the Core Working Group (see Jason’s report here). In this report, I’ll cover a few highlights of […] The post Report from February 2019 ISO WG21 C++ Standards Committee Meeting appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Developer Toolset 8.1 and GCC 8.3 now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
6 days ago, redhat

Red Hat Developer Toolset delivers GCC, GDB, and a set of complementary development tools for Red Hat Enterprise Linux via two release trains per year. We are pleased to share that Developer Toolset 8.1 with GCC 8.3 is now available and supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. The Red Hat Developer Toolset 8.1 release […] The post Developer Toolset 8.1 and GCC 8.3 now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Project Loom: Lightweight Java threads
1 week ago, redhat

Building responsiveness applications is a never-ending task. With the rise of powerful and multicore CPUs, more raw power is available for applications to consume. In Java, threads are used to make the application work on multiple tasks concurrently. A developer starts a Java thread in the program, and tasks are assigned to this thread to […] The post Project Loom: Lightweight Java threads appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Building Apache Kafka Streams applications using Red Hat AMQ Streams: Part 2
1 week ago, redhat

The Apache Kafka project includes a Streams Domain-Specific Language (DSL) built on top of the lower-level Stream Processor API. This DSL provides developers with simple abstractions for performing data processing operations. However, how one builds a stream processing pipeline in a containerized environment with Kafka isn’t clear. This second article in a two-part series uses the […] The post Building Apache Kafka Streams applications using Red Hat AMQ Streams: Part 2 appeared first on Red Hat ...

Building Apache Kafka Streams applications using Red Hat AMQ Streams: Part 1
1 week ago, redhat

The Apache Kafka project includes a Streams Domain-Specific Language (DSL) built on top of the lower-level Stream Processor API. This DSL provides developers with simple abstractions for performing data processing operations. However, how to build a stream processing pipeline in a containerized environment with Kafka isn’t clear. This two-part article series describes the steps required […] The post Building Apache Kafka Streams applications using Red Hat AMQ Streams: Part 1 appeared first on Re...

Ruby 2.6 now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
1 week ago, redhat

Red Hat Software Collections supply the latest, stable versions of development tools for Red Hat Enterprise Linux via two release trains per year. As part of the latest Software Collections 3.3 release, we are pleased to share that Ruby 2.6 is now generally available and supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. The new Ruby […] The post Ruby 2.6 now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Virtual event: Conquer complexity with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
1 week ago, redhat

Since the general release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, we’ve had great response from those of you who have downloaded the product and used our complimentary RHEL 8 resources. RHEL 8 is the most developer-friendly version ever, but you may still have questions. Join us on June 18 for our comprehensive virtual event: Conquer […] The post Virtual event: Conquer complexity with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 5 – Ingress
2 weeks ago, redhat

In the fifth and final part of this series, we will look at exposing Apache Kafka in Strimzi using Kubernetes Ingress. This article will explain how to use Ingress controllers on Kubernetes, how Ingress compares with Red Hat OpenShift routes, and how it can be used with Strimzi and Kafka. Off-cluster access using Kubernetes Ingress […] The post Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 5 – Ingress appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Application lifecycle management for container-native development
2 weeks ago, redhat

Container-native development is primarily about consistency, flexibility, and scalability. Legacy Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tooling often is not, leading to situations where it: Places artificial barriers on development speed, and therefore time to value, Creates single points of failure in the infrastructure, and Stifles innovation through inflexibility. Ultimately, developers are expensive, but they are the […] The post Application lifecycle management for container-native develop...

Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 4 – Load balancers
2 weeks ago, redhat

In this fourth article of our series about accessing Apache Kafka clusters in Strimzi, we will look at exposing Kafka brokers using load balancers. (See links to previous articles at end.) This article will explain how to use load balancers in public cloud environments and how they can be used with Apache Kafka. Note: Productized and supported […] The post Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 4 – Load balancers appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 4 – Load Balancers
2 weeks ago, redhat

In this fourth article of our series about accessing Apache Kafka clusters in Strimzi, we will look at exposing Kafka brokers using load balancers. (See links to previous articles at end.) This article will explain how to use load balancers in public cloud environments and how they can be used with Apache Kafka. Note: Productized and supported […] The post Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 4 – Load Balancers appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 3 – Red Hat OpenShift routes
2 weeks ago, redhat

In the third part of this article series (see links to previous articles below), we will look at how Strimzi exposes Apache Kafka using Red Hat OpenShift routes. This article will explain how routes work and how they can be used with Apache Kafka. Routes are available only on OpenShift, but if you are a […] The post Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 3 – Red Hat OpenShift routes appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 2 – Node ports
2 weeks ago, redhat

This article series explains how Apache Kafka and its clients work and how Strimzi makes it accessible for clients running outside of Kubernetes. In the first article, we provided an introduction to the topic, and here we will look at exposing an Apache Kafka cluster managed by Strimzi using node ports. Specifically, in this article, […] The post Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 2 – Node ports appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 1 – Introduction
2 weeks ago, redhat

Strimzi is an open source project that provides container images and operators for running Apache Kafka on Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift. Scalability is one of the flagship features of Apache Kafka. It is achieved by partitioning the data and distributing them across multiple brokers. Such data sharding has also a big impact on how […] The post Accessing Apache Kafka in Strimzi: Part 1 – Introduction appeared first on Red Hat Developer Blog....

Announcing Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces 1.2
3 weeks ago, redhat

We are pleased to introduce Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces version 1.2, which provides a cloud developer workspace server and browser-based IDE built for teams and organizations. CodeReady Workspaces includes ready-to-use developer stacks for most of the popular programming languages, frameworks, and Red Hat technologies. Release overview Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces 1.2 introduces: Compatibility with Red […] The post Announcing Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces 1.2 appeared first on Red Hat Developer ...

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