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Oracle Code Prague - Impressions & Videos

30 May 2017

At the end of April I had a pleasure to speak at the Oracle Code event in Prague. 

Oracle Code is a new series of free events, hosted in different locations around the world and aimed at Java developers, giving them an opportunity to learn about the latest dev technologies, practices and...
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Payara Server 171 - Expanded Request Tracing

29 Mar 2017

Since being introduced as a technical preview, the Request Tracing Service has been improved and polished to meet production quality requirements. In the latest Payara Server version 171, it was extended to allow tracing of more request types and more events that happen during the requests. It...

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2016 Tech Conferences - Java EE & Microservices

17 Feb 2017

Throughout the last year, the Payara team were tracking all the important activities related to Java and Java EE. We attended many conferences, actively participated in lots of community activities, and we helped to found a completely new MicroProfile initiative, with the aim to facilitate...

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Java EE claimed obsolete by Gartner. Is that really true?

22 Dec 2016

As a long-term Java EE developer, consultant and lecturer, over the years I've seen Java EE evolving into a solid, carefully thought out, flexible platform, and one of the most lightweight enterprise frameworks. Therefore I was very surprised to read so many negative and incorrect claims about...

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How to Set Advanced Payara Server HTTP Listener Options

19 Oct 2016

In order to fine tune a HTTP listener, the Payara Server administration console provides the means to configure a wide range of options. Besides the basic configuration available for a HTTP listener in the HTTP service section, it is also possible to set low-level configuration details in the...

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Request Tracing Service in Payara Server & Payara Micro

12 Sep 2016

Have you ever wondered whether your application is slow to respond to requests? Which requests take the longest to respond to? And what you can do about it? Payara Server aims to provide the best tooling you would need to identify performance issues, identify their causes and help you solve...

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Persistent EJB Timers in Payara Micro

31 Aug 2016

Payara Micro is packed with a lot of the APIs that come with Payara Server Full Profile, and even more features targeted at clustered deployments. Now, since version 163, it is also possible to use persistent EJB Timers, which are stored across your micro instances inside the distributed...

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Payara Server 163 Sneak Peak - Improved Monitoring

29 Jul 2016

Payara Server 163 is about to be released in a couple of days, as usual with many improvements and bug fixes. Although it cannot match the previous release in the number of new features, the list of improvements and fixes in Payara Server 163 is already longer than in the current release!

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Payara Server 162 - New Features Recap

18 Jul 2016

In this short video recap, Ondrej Mihalyi ( @OMihalyi )- Payara Support Engineer – gives you an overview of the Payara Server 162 Release Notes. Tune in to find out more about the most useful developer and operations features in Payara Server and Payara Micro 162, Payara Documentation update,...

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Flexible Clustering with Payara Server

05 Jul 2016

Application server clustering provides a means to make application infrastructure more robust and perform better. However, it is often very inflexible and even a small change in the cluster topology can involve serious maintenance costs. Payara Server supports a new way of clustering based on ...

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