On 16.07.2015 00:11, Jason Greene wrote:
As to #3, the notion of a runtime provisioning system similar to
something like a yum tool is a long term goal, which I totally agree we need, but its
going to be a while before we can get there (Definitely not 10 nor 11). Alexey has been
assembling requirements for it, and has some ideas around the packaging format. We really
want to get it right, so the plan is to let it grow organically until its proven to be a
solid system, and only then switch to it.
> On Jul 9, 2015, at 9:02 AM, Marko Strukelj <mstrukel(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> 3) provision into existing Wildfly server detecting version mismatches, and
configuring existing and additional subsystems for Keycloak to run properly.
Is there any up-to-date information about this feature, such as plans,
roadmap, branches with PoC for testing, ...?
While the document on  is very useful in outlining the idea, I
couldn't find out if there's any branch I could use for testing or if
it's already being planned for a specific WF release.
Similar to Keycloak, Hawkular might benefit from a feature like this.