This month's Eclipse community newsletter takes a look at four research projects that we've established partnerships with, along with the latest news on project releases, events and community initiatives.
The Eclipse Foundation Takes Over Gaia-X Federation Services: More Cross-Linking for Communities for Digital Sovereignty
Michael Plagge, Ecosystem Development Director at the Eclipse Foundation, explains how the Foundation will moderate the developer community for the Gaia-X Federation Services.
As part of EclipseCon, the Eclipse Cloud DevTools and Open VSX Working Groups will be working together to host a community day on October 16. This is a great opportunity to connect, learn from each other and share community/project updates.
This beta release includes all of the Jakarta Data beta 2 release, as well as some additional proposed features that are being considered. This includes functionality such as query-by-method name, sorting and pagination, interoperability with entity classes from Jakarta Persistence, interoperability with Jakarta Transactions, and more. This Open Liberty beta also includes a test implementation of Jakarta Data that we are using to experiment with proposed specification features so that developers can try out these features and provide feedback to influence the specification as it is being developed.
EMQ Technologies compares MQTT Sparkplug and OPC UA, offering a clearer understanding of which protocol aligns best with your specific requirements.
Canonical Joins Eclipse Adoptium Working Group to Strengthen Commitment to Open Source Java Runtimes
This release brings many bug fixes including a critical fix to the HBEFA4 model and refinements to the netedit python-tool features introduced in the previous release.
The Open VSX Registry, a Vendor-Neutral Open Source Alternative to the Visual Studio Marketplace, Gets its Own Working Group at the Eclipse Foundation
Upgrading from Jakarta EE 10 from an older version of Jakarta EE or Java EE can be a bit tricky and may require some extra attention to detail. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! In this series of posts, we’ll explain everything you need to know before upgrading to Jakarta EE 10 and guide you complete the upgrade successfully and in almost no time.
Types of challenges
The challenges with upgrading to Jakarta EE 10 or to Eclipse GlassFish 7 fall into these 3 main categories:
While UVM is the most popular verification methodology for ASIC and FPGA development, it requires expensive SystemVerilog simulators to run. In addition, setting up a new UVM testbench is a complex task requiring specialist skill sets and the “time to first bug found” can be excessive.