Archive from August 2018
*Note: This blog post is an update to Dynamic Clustering and Failover on Payara Server With Hazelcast, which was written for Payara Server 4.
This article continues our introductory blog series on setting up a simple deployment group with Payara Server, carrying straight on from our last blog where we configured sticky sessions for Payara Server.
*Note: This blog post is an update to Configuring Stick Sessions for Payara Server with Apache Web Server, which was written for Payara Server 4.
This article continues our introductory blog series on setting up a simple deployment group with Payara Server, carrying straight on from our last blog where we set up a load balancer for our deployment group.
Note: This blog post is an update to Creating a Simple Cluster, which was written for Payara Server 4.
Continuing our introductory blog series, this blog will demonstrate how to set up a simple Hazelcast deployment group containing two instances. Deployment groups were introduced with Payara 5 to replace clusters. They provide a looser way of managing servers, allowing instances to cluster by sharing the same configuration whilst providing a single deployment target for all of them. See here to read more about Deployment Groups.
*Note: This blog is updated for compatibility with Payara Server 5, from our original post created for Payara Server 4:
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. Many of the concepts described in these blogs do not rely on the tools we are using here and can be applied to other scenarios.
Our aim is to configure the following:
Payara Server 5が既にリリースされていますので、基本的な事柄をブラッシュアップするにはちょうど良い頃でしょう。これから、Payara ServerのCLIでできることをいくつか見てゆきたいと思います。
コマンドライン・インタフェース (CLI) はコマンドライン (またはターミナル) からPayara Serverをコントロールする手段であり、複数の方法でサーバーの起動、停止、編集を行うことができます。管理コンソールでも必要なあらゆる管理操作を実行することはできますが、CLIを用いると、特にヘッドレス・サーバー (GUIを持たないサーバー) を扱う場合において、あらゆる管理タスクをより素早く簡単に実行できる場合があります。
The 5.182 release of Payara Server & Payara Micro (Payara Platform) brings in MicroProfile 1.3. This introduces a couple of updates to some existing specifications, and three new ones: OpenTracing, OpenAPI, and Type-safe REST Client. In this blog, I’ll be covering our implementation of the Type-safe REST Client.
W-JAX is the leading conference for Enterprise Technology, Software Architecture, Agile and Java in Europe. We are proud to be sponsoring the "Java Enterprise Day" and will be speaking at the event as well.
When Appriss tried migrating from GlassFish 3 to Glassfish 4 they encountered problems that prevented a successful migration. Without support from GlassFish, they were simply stuck. Payara engineers assisted Appriss through a Migration & Project Support engagement to resolve all issues and migrate Appriss production GlassFish applications to Payara Server.
*Note: This blog post is an update to Load Balancing Across Payara Server Instances with Apache Web Server, which was written for Payara Server 4.
Continuing our introductory blog series (Payara Server 5 Basics), this blog will demonstrate how to add load balancing capability to Apache Web Server and forward to our simple Payara Server cluster.
What is an IDE?
If you're looking to build a Jakarta EE (formerly Java EE) Application, you're going to need a few things to get started. Whether you're building a web application with Java Server Faces (JSF), a web service using REST, an Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) application, or interacting with a database using Java Persistence API (JPA) - you first need Payara Server® or Payara Micro® and an IDE (Integrated Development Environment).
Ondrej Mihalyi (Payara Engineer) will be doing not one, not two, but THREE talks at the upcoming Oracle Code One (recently changed from Java One).
We are looking forward to sponsoring and exhibiting at EclipseCon Europe 2018 in Ludwigsburg, Germany · October 23 - 25.