Turn your WildFly application in a Bootable JAR

WildFly Bootable JAR is a Maven plugin which allows you to turn your Enterprise applications in a runnable Jar file, which includes just the layers of WildFly you need to run your application. In this article we will learn how to build an Enterprise application with this technology. Also, in the latter part of it, we will learn how to use WildFly glow to automate the creation of a Bootable JAR.

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WildFly Bootable JAR Datasource configuration

WildFly Bootable JAR is an efficient packaging format offered by the WildFly application server, enabling the creation of self-contained, executable JAR files for deploying Java EE applications. In this article we will learn how to configure a Datasource connection so that you can use Jakarta Persistence API with it.

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MicroProfile LRA: A Comprehensive Guide

In today’s distributed and microservices-based architectures, ensuring data consistency and coordination across multiple services can be challenging. This is where MicroProfile LRA (Long Running Actions) comes into play. In this tutorial, we will explore the fundamentals of MicroProfile LRA, how to use it effectively, and compare it with other standards such as distributed transactions.

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6 Challenges in your Monolith to Microservices transition

Over the past few years, Microservices architecture has been all the rage in the software development world. Teams have been breaking their applications down into smaller, independent services with the promise of increased scalability, agility, and easier maintenance. However, as time passes, some teams are realizing that Microservices may not be the right fit for … Read more