I've released today logstash-gelf 1.5.1. This is a bugfix release for JBoss AS7/Wildfly users who use the NDC/MDC.
I've released today logstash-gelf 1.5.0. This is a major release. logstash-gelf 1.5.0 is the first GELF library which supports the final release of log4j 2.0. This release carries some library updates and internal refactorings to provide also a standalone usage of Gelf message submission.
Automated deployments are the state of the art. Incorporating with a deployment pipeline you get the maximum available for now. But what happens in your deployment? Do you know the progress when it’s running? I want to tell you, how I’ve used Capistrano, Bootstrap and MongoDB to visualize the deployment progress with the deployment dashboard.
Developing applications can be a fun. Developing applications can be also a big pain.
It depends on a lot of factors. Let's focus today on maintainability/extensibility and a framework concept called Microservice Bus.
This release is intended to be the last beta release of lettuce. As soon as Redis 3.0 goes final, I'll release the final of lettuce 3.0.
This release contains:
<dependency> <groupId>biz.paluch.redis</groupId> <artifactId>lettuce</artifactId> <version>3.0.Beta2</version> </dependency>
Any feedback is appreciated or create issues on GitHub.
Every then and when, a Java Enterprise project starts. JEE is great. Java Enterprise projects enforce in many cases the usage of the InitialContext and sometimes CDI with using the BeanManager interface. Both are hard to enable within tests.