The all new fabric8 Vert.x Maven Plugin allows you to setup, package, run, start, stop and redeploy easily with a very little configuration resulting in a less verbose
Oauth2 support exists in Eclipse Vert.x since version 3.2.0. The implementation follows the principles that rule the whole vert.x ecosystem: unopinionated, it does what you want it to do, simple but not too simple.
This blog entry describes an approach to adopt Continuous Delivery for Vert.x applications using Jenkins and Ansible by taking advantage of the Jenkins Job DSL and Ansible plugins.
We have just released Vert.x 3.3.3, a bug fix release of Vert.x 3.3.x.
This post entry describes a solution to achieve centralized logging of Vert.x applications using the ELK stack, a set of tools including Logstash, Elasticsearch, and Kibana that are well known to work together seamlessly.
The Vert.x Blueprint project aims to provide guidelines to Vert.x users to implement various applications such as message-based applications and microservices. This post introduces the content of each blueprints.
A lot of Vert.x conferences are planned this fall around the world, here is a quick recap of these events:
We have just released Vert.x 3.3.2, the first bug fix release of Vert.x 3.3.x.
That was a long run …. but here we are. We are very pleased to announce the release of Vert.x 3.3.0!
With the upcoming release of Vert.x 3.3 securing your application with Keycloak is even easier than before.
Vert.x 3.2.1 applications can quickly be deployed on Microsoft Azure. Deployment is independent of your build so it is all about configuration.