WildFly Web Server
WildFly, formerly known as JBoss AS, or simply JBoss, is an application server authored by JBoss, now developed by Red Hat.
#What is WildFly?
WildFly is a free, open-source Java application server that provides a platform for deploying and managing Java-based applications. It was formerly known as JBoss AS (Application Server) and is developed by Red Hat. It supports various Java frameworks and APIs, including Java EE, Spring, and Hibernate.
#WildFly Key Features
Most recognizable WildFly features include:
- High availability and clustering support
- Modular architecture and easy extensibility
- Support for Java EE and MicroProfile standards
- Web console for managing and monitoring server resources
- Advanced security features, such as role-based access control and SSL/TLS encryption
- Integration with popular databases and messaging systems
Some of the WildFly use-cases are:
- Deploying and running Java-based web applications and services
- Building and deploying microservices architectures
- Implementing enterprise applications that require high scalability, availability, and performance
- Developing and testing Java EE applications in a local development environment
- Building and deploying containerized applications using Docker or Kubernetes
- Providing a platform for developing and running modern web applications using frameworks such as Spring Boot and Quarkus
WildFly is a versatile and powerful Java application server that provides developers with a reliable and feature-rich platform for building and deploying Java-based applications.