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WildFly Project Blog

WildFly 16 is released!

WildFly 16 Final is now available for download! Provisioning WildFly with Galleon As we continue with our quarterly delivery model, a major focus over the next few quarters will be on making WildFly as easy and productive as possible to use on the cloud, particularly on Kubernetes and OpenShift. An important requirement for the cloud is to be able to reduce the footprint of your server to what you need to run your application, eliminating...

New WildFly Project Lead

I am very excited to announce that Brian Stansberry (@bestansberry) will be taking on the role of WildFly project lead. Brian has been a major contributor to the project for almost 15 years now. During this time, he led a number of critical and complex subsystems including Clustering, Management, and most recently the cross-cutting cloud integration work. He is also one of our most active reviewers, and has helped many contributors navigate deep WildFly internals....

WildFly 15 is released!

WildFly 15 Final is now available for download! This is our fourth release following our quarterly delivery model. The major objective of this year’s release plan was to deliver EE8 functionality in incremental chunks over the first three quarters, and then to ensure WildFly ran well on the latest long term support version of Java. Accordingly, in this fourth release our focus was less on new features and more on polishing our support for JDK...

Using Git for configuration history

Until now the history of configuration in WildFly was using the folder + filename pattern. Now we have moved to a proper SCM integrating Git to manage history. You can now take advantage of a full Git support for your configuration history: every change in your configuration is now a commit. you can use branches to develop in parallel. you can create tags for stable points in your configuration. pull configuration from a remote repository....