back to article Red Hat plants containers as Jboss EAP 7 bursts into beta

Red Hat has kicked open the beta program for its Jboss Enterprise Application Application Platform 7, and planted containers right at the heart. The vendor has deployed a panoply of keywords around the launch of the beta program, which it says will mirror enterprises movement “towards new application approaches that include …

  1. teknopaul Bronze badge

    still working on 5-6 upgrade

    As someone still working on a 5 to 6 upgrade project that is now measured in man years, literally. This is great news.

    Given that jboss no longer supports remote java calls across different versions of the server any talk of microservices should be taken with a pinch of salt. It's not really a microservice arch if you are obliged to upgrade all the parts all at the same point in time, it's just one big component based macroservice running in multiple vms.

    Hrumph.

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