Posts Tagged ‘JBoss’

Open UI

Perficient’s Minneapolis Office Adds Red Hat Exam Center

Our Minneapolis, Minnesota office is now an official Red Hat exam center. The exam center is open to the public and provides a secure, classroom environment for developers that need to take any Red Hat exam or certification, including those for Ansible, JBoss, Linux, and OpenShift. There is no additional cost for utilizing the exam […]

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Perficient’s Livonia Office is Now a Red Hat Exam Center

Our Livonia, Michigan office is now an official Red Hat exam center. The exam center is open to the public. It provides a secure, classroom environment for developers that need to take any Red Hat exam or certification, including those for Ansible, JBoss, Linux, and OpenShift. There is no additional cost for utilizing the exam […]

O365

Red Hat: Adopting Cloud-Native Development Processes

With the growing popularity of the cloud, enterprises are looking for ways to adopt cloud-native development into their existing processes. New applications can be built using cloud models and services, microservices, autonomous development teams, agile and continuous development, and containers. However, it is time-consuming, costly, and inefficient to create new applications instead of learning to […]

Top Integrate Posts of 2015

2015 is almost behind us, along with over 60 posts on integration – from data quality to middleware migration. We have sorted through all of that content and pulled together the list of your top 10 favorites. 10 | 5 Leading-Edge Releases from Informatica in 2015 Check out Informatica’s top 2015 releases announced at their Informatica […]

Gartner Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals 2011

On October 28, 2011, Gartner updated their Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals. While not much has changed from 2010 in the leader’s quadrant, there are a few new names on the chart in the other quadrants.  In the pictures here you can see the 2010 version compared to 2011. Microsoft, IBM and Oracle continue to […]

When to use JSR 286 vs JSR 168 for portlets

Some confusion exists in the portlet development community, because many vendors tout their compliance with JSR 168 standards and less rarely talk about JSR 286 compatibility.  I think this is mostly due to the fact that prior to JSR 168 becoming mainstream, the standards were loose and vendors built to their own specifications.  So becoming […]

Integrating OBIEE with Portal

We are going to be spending some time focusing on integration.  Inevitably people ask, “But can you integrate with product x, y, or z?”  Our answers is almost always yes with a lot of qualification.  Everyone wants out of the box integration that just works but no vendor ever really has a good answer.  Because […]

eXo Announces Cloud Based Development Tools

You may know eXo from their partnership with JBoss Enterprise Portal. They provided significant content management capabilities to enhance the portal.  They continue to head down what seems to be a unique route with their portal, content, collaboration, and SOA platform.   They are also diving into the cloud with a fury. CMSWire has an article […]

JBOSS Releases GateIn Portal 3.1

GateIn Portal 3.1 is built on the foundation for  JBoss’ Enterprise Portal Platform 5.  It runs on top of their solid JBoss Application Server and has a number of updates as they enhance the services provided by the base portal and by Exo’s content management platform.  It includes: Presentation Services with features like site creation […]

Top Portlet Catalogs

Since portals are very comfortable with the concept of extending a site using portlets, web parts, or widgets; having a portlet catalog or app store seems to be a no brainer.  I actually posted on this about a year and a half ago lamenting how poor the various vendors have done in giving solutions.  The […]

JBoss Portal is Dead, Long Live JBoss GateIn Portal……

So we blogged about JBoss and eXo teaming together.  What that meant is that they have ended the JBoss Portal project and created a new product called GateIn.  I don’t know how I missed it but it’s out.  You can see some screenshots here.  My interenet connection is really slow now so I’ll have to […]

eXo raises $6 Million

So a while back you heard that eXo was integrating their portal with JBoss.  I just read that they raised additional funds for their portal and content management platforms.  Interesting that I didn’t see either JBoss or eXo at the Gartner conference. Liferay was there in force and there was buzz about them whenever open […]