Romain Pelisse

Graduated in 2005 from ESME Sudria, where he also teached part time until 2012, Open Source and Free Software have been the leitmotiv of Romain's career. After a decade of consulting around Java technologies (JBoss and its ecosystem) and Linux, first at Atos and then at Red Hat, he joined the R&D departement and the JBoss Sustain Engineering Team. On top of his contributions to many Java project (most notably Wildfly, PMD and Bugclerk), Romain is also a strong advocate of Linux, Git, Ansible and Bash. Since 2019, Ansible has become one of his main focus as he join the Ansible Middleware Intiative, a task force, within the company, aimed at providing the best integration possible between the Red Hat Runtimes software and Ansible.

Ansible Middleware : Automation of JBoss Web Server (JWS)

In a previous article, we discussed the importance of Ansible from a Middleware perspective and why making Middleware a first-class citizen in the Ansible ecosystem is crucial. In this post, we’ll explore the technical details of utilizing Ansible for automating a Middleware solution.  We’ll focus on one of the most used middleware software: Apache Tomcat. […]

Why do you need Ansible to Manage your Middleware Runtimes?

Surely, if you have a challenge (faster release, becoming more agile, scalability, …) coming up in the next few years for your application development and deployment, you have heard that containerizing your applications on OpenShift will be the answer. And down the road, when your infrastructure & internal processes have evolved enough, and when legal […]


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