GlassFish to Payara Server Migration - Domain Administration Server Backup & Recovery

05 Jan 2017

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' .

 

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GlassFish to Payara Server Migration - Migrating away from the Load Balancer Configurator Plugin

16 Dec 2016

In the first of our series on migrating away from Oracle GlassFish Server, we will look at replacing the functionality of the Load Balancer Configurator, and its potential alternatives.

 

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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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6 Production Features of GlassFish & Payara Server You May Not Know About

17 Sep 2015

1. Payara Server has a full web based administration console

The Payara administration console is fully featured and provides a single view of all clustered and standalone Payara servers. New servers can be created, configured and controlled from the administration console. Applications and...
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Payara Server Basics - How to Deploy an application on Payara Server / GlassFish 4.1

27 Aug 2015

This is Part 2 of our Payara Server - Back to Basics series, see Part 1 - Installing Payara Server on Ubuntu here.

In order for a web application to run, it must be first deployed on an application server such as Payara Server. Deployment in the context of web applications is the act of...

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Payara Server Basics - Installing Payara Server on Ubuntu

17 Aug 2015

This is Part 1 of our 'Payara Server- Back to Basics' series, where we will show you a step-by-step overview of how to install Payara Server on Ubuntu. See Part 2 - How to Deploy an Application on Payara Server here.

 

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Building GlassFish from Source

03 Mar 2015
This blog will look at building Glassfish 4.0.1 from source and configuring NetBeans 8.0 to then use, modify, and debug it.
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What's new in GlassFish 4.1 ?

18 Nov 2014
GlassFish 4.1 was released a couple of months ago now, bringing with it a large number of welcome bug fixes and improvements. As the Payara Open Source project was born from it, it would be remiss of us not give all of you who maintain an interest in GlassFish a brief overview of some of the...
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