Archive from June 2016

Payara Collaborates with Red Hat, IBM, Tomitribe & LJC to Bring Microservices to Enterprise Java

Today at the DevNation conference in San Francisco, Payara’s Mike Croft appeared onstage during the Keynote, joined by Mark Little from Red Hat, Alasdair Nottingham from IBM, Theresa Nguyen from Tomitribe and Martijn Verburg from the London Java User Group to announce a new community collaboration called MicroProfile

 

The goal of the MicroProfile initiative is to make it easier for developers to use familiar Java EE technologies and APIs for building microservice applications.

 

     Eclipse MicroProfile       Find out more

 

The HealthCheck Service In-Depth - Payara Micro

The HealthCheck Service provides automatic self-monitoring in order to detect future problems as soon as possible. The HealthCheck Service was introduced in Payara Server and Payara Micro version 161 and some new metrics have been added in version 162.

All the functionality of the HealthCheck Service that is available in Payara Server is also included in Payara Micro. However, as Payara Micro differs in some concepts from Payara Server, the usage and configuration of the HealthCheck Service is slightly different. In this post, we will focus on how to use it in Payara Micro.

 

Payara Docker Images - Update

A year ago, we brought you our first Docker images. Today, we have updated them with a few changes and refinements.

 

Payara Docker Images

 

For those already familiar with Docker, here are the key points:

How to Upgrade Payara Server

Since Payara Server is on a regular and frequent release cycle, we get a lot of questions on how to upgrade to the latest version while maintaining existing domain configurations.

 

The answer to the question of “how do I upgrade?” is always “it depends”, because everyone’s situation is going to be slightly different. This blog will cover some of the most straightforward ways which should apply in the majority of cases.