Cloudjiffy 6.0 VIEWPORT – Release Notes

In this document, you will find all of the new features, enhancements, and visible changes included in the CloudJiffy PaaS 6.0 release.

New Features:


     1. Non-Downgradable Software Stacks


CloudJiffy PaaS provides out-of-the-box support for multiple software stacks to build topologies that meet the most demanding users’ requirements. Moreover, most of the stacks have at least a few releases to choose from. These versions can be freely switched at any time due to the Containers Redeploy feature.

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Nexus Repository Manager to the CloudJiffy Paas

If you are developing software without a repository manager you are likely missing a number of opportunities to reduce some pretty obvious inefficiencies. If everyone in your team has to hit Central to download artifacts you are loosing speed and efficiency. If you don’t have a local place to deploy artifacts you are forced to share binary artifacts using half-measures and compromises such as storing binaries in source control. Stop developing in the Dark Ages and start using a repository manager. Once you start using Nexus, you’ll wonder how you have ever functioned without it. Sonatype Nexus sets the standard for repository management providing development teams with the ability to proxy remote repositories and share software artifacts.

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WildFly Managed Domain in Containers: Automatic Micro Clustering and Scaling

Nowadays it’s easy to get up and running WildFly standalone server in a container but what if you need to enable clustering in Managed Domain mode which is one of the key features of Java EE in general. That is not so easy task. Some people claim it’s nearly impossible in the cloud-native world because Java EE clustering was designed before the era of the container. The old question at the official developers portal is still not answered with any adequate instruction that just proves the presence of the issue.

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