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Friday, March 6, 2015

Developer Interview (#DI16) with Veer Muchandi (@VeerMuchandi) Docker, OpenShift Enterprise v3 and Kubernetes

13:00 Friday, March 6, 2015 Posted by Unknown No comments:
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TGIF! And time for a new episode in my developer interview series. With everybody going crazy about containers, Docker and such I decided to talk to someone who once was a middleware/Java EE guy and let him introduce all the latest news and stuff around OpenShift Enterprise v3.

Veer Muchandi is a Senior Middleware Specialist/Architect at RedHat, an open source enthusiast specifically in OpenShift PaaS and Java EE. Veer is also an Enterprise Architect with broad experience with multiple technologies ranging from legacy mainframes to bleeding edge cloud technologies.

Sit back, relax and get a #Coffee+++! Thanks, Veer for taking the time!


Some Background:
OpenShift 3.x will incorporate a number of significant model changes to better align the PaaS with the evolving development and operational ecosystems - leveraging the Docker container runtime and image model, the Google container management model, and the Mesos scheduling and execution framework. The upstream project, OpenShift Origin is in master and everybody is waiting for the first beta builds. Please NOTE: OpenShift is in alpha and is not yet intended for production use. However they welcome feedback, suggestions, and testing as we approach our first beta. So, if you get a chance to test-drive it: Go for it!

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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

The Road To Awesome - Welcome JBoss Champions Program

09:16 Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Posted by Unknown No comments:
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Today, Arun announced the creation of the JBoss Champions Program in Red Hat. JBoss Champions is a selected group of community members who are passionate advocate of JBoss technologies under a program sponsored by Red Hat. JBoss Champions use a variety of JBoss technologies and actively share their deep technical expertise about it in the community, within their company and their customers or partners. This could be done in forums, blogs, screencasts, tweets, conferences, social media, whitepapers, articles, books, and other means.

I am very happy to see some friends and familiar faces among the founding members:
  1. Adam Bien (@AdamBien)
  2. Alexis Hassler (@alexishassler)
  3. Antonin Stefanutti (@astefanut)
  4. Antonio Goncalves (@agoncal)
  5. Bartosz Majsak (@majson)
  6. Francesco Marchioni (@mastertheboss)
  7. Geert Schuring (@geertshuring)
  8. Guillaume Scheibel (@g_scheibel)
  9. Jaikiran Pai
  10. John Ament (@JohnAment)
  11. Mariano Nicolas De Maio (@marianbuenosayr)
  12. Paris Apostolopoulous (@javapapo)
My congratulations to all of you!

If you want to stay updated with all the latest tweets and rumblings, make sure to subscribe to the @JBossDeveloper/jboss-champions list on twitter.

If you know anyone, who could fit the high profile of a JBoss Champion, don't hesitate to nominate him or her. Find all the requirements and a contact email on the official Champions website.