In the fifth part of our continuing series on alternatives for commercial Oracle GlassFish features, we are looking at a replacement for the Oracle's Access Manager integration feature.
Let’s rewind to the first half of the year
2016 - what a year it was for Java EE! As most of you probably remember, around spring time, some worrying rumours started spreading in the Java community about Oracle abandoning Java EE. To make things worse, crucial members of the Oracle Java EE team ...
In this blog series, we will aim to give an overview of the basics of using Payara Server in a production scenario using Apache Web Server (sometimes called httpd) and Ubuntu 16.04. Many of the concepts described in these blogs do not rely on the tools we are using here and can be applied to...
In the fourth part of our continuing series on alternatives for commercial Oracle GlassFish features we are looking at the JMX Monitoring Service & the Payara Health Check Service as possible replacements for Oracle's Monitoring Scripting Client.
In our continuing series on alternatives for commercial Oracle GlassFish features , in this article we are looking at Hazelcast - a replacement for Oracle's Coherence ActiveCache.
As a follow up to our 'Getting Started with Payara Micro Demo', we have another introductory video for you, this time demonstrating the Payara Micro API, using NetBeans and Maven.
2016 was a great year for us - the Payara Team was extremely busy attending and speaking at the various events and conferences, especially in the last couple of months. We went to JavaOne in San Francisco, Devoxx in Antwerp, W-JAX in Munich, GeeCon in Prague, JDD Conference in Krakow - and...
Today, continuing our series on alternatives to commercial Oracle GlassFish features, we will look at backup and restoring domains with Payara Server.
See here for part one of the GlassFish to Payara Server migration series: 'Migrating away from the Load Balancer Configurator Plugin' .