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Payara MicroProfile 1.0 Released

19 Sep 2016

Back in June we announced MicroProfile with RedHat, IBM, Tomitribe, LJC and SouJava and Microprofile.io was launched as a location for community collaboration on Enterprise Java Microservices. In the announcement each of the vendors promised to have a MicroProfile runtime ready and available in...

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Steve Millidge for Java Magazine - Custom Servlet Authentication Using JASPIC

05 Aug 2016

The new Java Magazine is out now, featuring a lot of useful articles about enterprise Java - not so much Java EE as a platform, but individual services that can be useful as part of a larger solution. See below for an introduction to my article on Custom Servlet Authentication Using JASPIC, also...

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Piyara - Payara Micro on Raspberry Pi Demo

23 May 2016

If you've read my interview with JAXenter, you already know  that I very much disagree with labelling Java EE as heavyweight - simply because it is not true! The latest servers from most of the Java EE vendors have been re-architected to be very light-weight on resources including memory, cpu...

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Using Payara Server in Production - Guide

11 May 2016

Once you have developed applications on Payara Server and moved these applications into a production environment, control will pass over to your Operations Teams. This guide will introduce some features of Payara Server that you may not know about, which are especially useful for the operations...

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Java EE Microservices Platforms & High Performance Java EE with JCache– jDays 2016

19 Apr 2016

Recently I attended as a speaker at my second jDays, a great conference in a great venue in Gothenburg. jDays is a fantastic conference as it is small enough to easily meet people and network and discuss tech, while at the same time big enough to run multiple tracks so there is always a session...

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Create a RESTful Web Service with Payara Server & NetBeans

17 Mar 2016

Payara Server & NetBeans are perfect for creating RESTful web services and web applications!

 

In this short video, I show you how easy it is to create a ‘hello world’ RESTful web service using Payara Server with NetBeans.

 

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Flexible HA & Scalability Architectures with Payara Server

08 Feb 2016

One of the lesser known features and key benefits of Payara Server is that it provides huge flexibility when architecting topologies for High Availability and Scalability. Utilising the embedded Hazelcast Data Grid for web session and JCache clustering brings the potential of many different...

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New features for Ops Teams in Payara Server

26 Jan 2016

When we founded Payara and started development on Payara Server, one of our key goals was to make Payara Server the best application server for production work loads. Operations Teams will be happy to hear that the February 161 release adds Slow SQL Logging and in-built Server HealthChecks as...

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Connecting to ActiveMQ with Payara Server

21 Dec 2015

In a previous blog we described how to disable the OpenMQ message broker in Payara Server. In this blog we'll describe how to use Active MQ and send and receive messages from Payara Server.

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Disabling OpenMQ in Payara Server

15 Dec 2015

Many of our customers often use a different JMS provider in their organisation than the embedded JMS broker shipped with Payara Server, for example IBM MQSeries or ActiveMQ. Doing this often caused problems for our customers because the unconfigured OpenMQ broker could cause start up problems or...

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