Creating Reactive apps in the JVM with Vert.x just got even better with the new 3.7.0 update.
We are happy to invite you to our first Eclipse openGENESIS Working Group meeting taking place April 30 in Munich.
The latest release of the Eclipse MicroProfile (version 2.2) continues to align itself with Java EE 8 as the foundational programming model for the development of Java microservices.
Last week's Java 12 release wasn't the only byproduct of Oracle's faster release cadence.
You don’t have to develop locally to get full IDE support. We compare three great tools that let you edit and debug code from a browser.
There is currently a big hype surrounding web- and cloud-based tooling. New projects and frameworks are popping up and existing projects get more traction both in and outside the Eclipse ecosystem.
The Eclipse foundation recently released MicroProfile 2.2, helping developers to create microservices on top of EE 8.
Edge computing on Kubernetes is emerging as a powerful way to share, distribute and manage data on a massive scale in ways that cloud or on-premise deployments cannot necessarily provide.
Edge computing is poised to become a major tech trend in the future. As the global IT infrastructure transforms, developers will need need new approaches.
Code and Response includes resources to build, fortify, test, and implement solutions at scale.
The ambition of JNoSQL is to provide a consistent developer experience across the different NoSQL technologies while enabling to use some specificities.
A better plugin model, a new IDE, and Kubenative Workspaces - Eclipse Che is on fire !
Eclipse Jemo lets developers utilize cloud native apps across multiple clouds. No storm clouds on this horizon!
Red Hat is expanding its developer tools portfolio with a commercially supported distribution of the open-source Eclipse Che project.
Eclipse Foundation completes migration of 13.5 million lines of code in 95,000 files with full testing of open source TCK and proprietary Oracle TCK.
Eclipse Foundation reaches a key Jakarta EE milestone with the release of its own GlassFish application server.
John Waters talks with Mike Milinkovich about the transition of the stewardship of enterprise Java and what he sees coming for the Java community in 2019.
After numerous calls for an AsciiDoc specification over the past year, it's abundantly clear the community is ready for AsciiDoc to take this step.
The Eclipse Foundation is quiet and doesn't brag about its work on enterprise Java, but this approach just might save the standard.
The term "open source" is used with excitement throughout multiple industries, yet folks are still asking a lot of questions, chief among them: What is open source & why should I care?
The first Elevator Pitch winner is Edgeworx, a startup developing an application and security platform for the network edge.
A combined IBM and Red Hat could mean changes for developers in a number of ways, one of which might be the future of enterprise Java.
The company’s platform is based on the Eclipse ioFog open source project and targets developers looking to deploy and manage any application or containerized microservice at the edge.
Eclipse will govern the future direction of enterprise Java for developers through the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process, and it pledges vendor-neutral support and IP protection.
24 community members participated in the Jakarta EE Community Voices document, which focuses on technical innovations for Jakarta EE specifications.
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