Talos version 2.1.3 released

We just released version 2.1.3 of Talos which provides several bug fixes and improvements on our platform, including better support for WAS and IHS environments.

As always, we are eager to collaborate with you and receive your feedback and suggestions to help us improve and evolve Talos, so feel free to reach out to us.

Below is the complete list of new features.

Talos version 2.1.2 released

We are proud to announce that we just released version 2.1.2 of Talos.

On Talos v2.1.2, we now provide integration with Kubernetes to simplify the way you move and manage your applications on containerized and mixed environments. Additionally,  this version of Talos includes a large number of new features as: several improvements on the web user interface, ability to transfer Java to targets over SSH as an option, and improvements in Talos installation proccess.

As always, we are eager to collaborate with you and receive your feedback and suggestions to help us improve and evolve Talos, so feel free to reach out to us.

Below is the complete list of new features.

Talos version 2.1.1 released

We are proud to announce that we just released version 2.1.1 of Talos.

Talos v2.1.1 introduces a large number of new features as, for instance: improved Jenkins integration by supporting Pipeline; additional control of templates versioning; support of JBoss and WildFire environments on Docker containers; and support of IBM HTTP Server configuration, which will allow our clients to create templates with IBM HTTP Server web server and plugin configurations and apply them through their environments.

As always, we are eager to collaborate with you and receive your feedback and suggestions to help us improve and evolve Talos, so feel free to reach out to us.

Below is the complete list of new features.

Talos version 2.1 released

We are proud to announce that we just released version 2.1 of Talos.

On Talos v2.1, one of the main focus is to simplify the way you move and manage your applications on containerised environments and on mixed environments, with both containers and legacy systems. With that in mind, we are introducing a large number of new features as, for instance: new OpenShift Integration, providing ability to push images to OpenShift and manage OpenShift resources; and improvements on our Docker Integration, providing additional management capabilities to your Docker environment from within Talos.

To know more about Docker and OpenShift Integration features, find below a demonstration video:

As always, we are eager to collaborate with you and receive your feedback and suggestions to help us improve and evolve Talos, so feel free to reach out to us.

Below is the complete list of new features.

Talos will help you to make the move from legacy to OpenShift

Containers have been around for a while but as adoption has increased it seems that the impact they have on IT is now bigger than ever before. Since Containers appeared in the market, Developers have eagerly embraced the technology, because it makes it easy to build and distribute application code and dependencies.

Talos version 2.0 released

We are proud to announce that we just released version 2.0 of Talos. Talos v2.0 introduces a large number of new features as for instance: new Dashboard Homepage, providing KPIs that will help you understand what is going on in your environment;  further control of Middleware Instance configurations and Template versions; ability to run scheduled jobs, and compliance information, which will allow you to be better informed about configuration changes when they happen in your environments.

To know more about these features, find below a demonstration video that shows you how Talos v2.0 can improve the way you manage your middleware environment:

As always, we are excited to collaborate with you and get your awesome feedback and suggestions to help us improving Talos, so feel free reach us.

Below is the complete list of new features.

Talos version 1.3.2 released

A new version of Talos has been released for customer download. Talos v1.3.2 includes support for JBoss v7, WildFly v10 and WildFly v11, LDAP integration over SSL, and introduces the Talos API client to facilitate calls to Talos REST services from Talos activities. Below is the complete list of new features.