Archive from October 2020
There are a lot of monitoring and alert mechanisms available within Payara Server. For example, it is possible to report user requests or database calls that take too long, or to report when high CPU or high memory usage occurs. But it is sometimes not easy to identify 'why' a request takes such a long time.
In this Roadmap Overview Webinar, Payara CEO Steve Millidge discusses the current Roadmap for Payara Platform, a retrospective on the last few months, what can be expected in upcoming releases and the latest news on Jakarta EE 9 and beyond. And even a few words on our not so secret, revolutionary project - Payara Cloud.
Payara Tools for IntelliJ IDEA:
Payara IntelliJ IDEA tool's initial release is out and available on the JetBrains Marketplace and Payara Enterprise repository. Payara IntelliJ IDEA tools provide integration of the Payara Platform Enterprise & Community Editions into the IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate.
Previously, Payara Server did not offer a convenient way to add extensions. If you wanted to add an extension, you had to download the Payara Server code base, build the entire repository, write your own extension and module, and basically act as a developer. We’re working to create a simplified way to add extensions to Payara Server, starting with the Notifier API.
The Payara Enterprise Release 5.22.0 is the first Payara Enterprise release to include our fully integrated and greatly improved real-time monitoring and alerting solution called Payara InSight (formerly known as Payara Monitoring Console in Payara Community).
The Eclipse Transformer tooling helps you transform existing Jakarta EE 8 binary to Jakarta EE 9. This is another step toward the full release of Jakarta EE 9. Payara Server Community Edition now includes a TECH PREVIEW of Jakarta EE 9 support to allow users to try out the new Jakarta EE 9 namespace and start experimenting and migrating applications in these early stages.
The Jakarta EE 9 3rd release candidate is available on Maven Central with the namespace changes in all of the Jakarta EE APIs and compatible implementations passing the standalone TCKs. Jakarta EE 9 will not be full of exciting new features, but this is an important milestone to drive forward and innovate the Jakarta EE 10 Platform in the cloud space.
With this major release of Payara Platform Enterprise, we're introducing Payara InSight - a new and improved version of the Community Edition's Monitoring Console. Enterprise Edition also features some tooling enhancements including IntelliJ support and NetBeans Community Tooling.
Meanwhile, the Payara Community Edition introduces support for the Jakarta EE 9 Platform as a Tech Preview feature and a major Notifier API Update.
Read more below to find out the details!
The monthly catch came out slightly late this month, but it is chock a block full of content. With a slight emphasis on best practises, tips and plenty of video and podcast content!
In this blog you will find a curated list of some of the most interesting news, articles and videos from the last month. Can't wait until the end of the month? Visitour Twitter page where we post all these articles as we find them!
This tutorial describes how to create, debug and deploy a Maven web application to the Payara Platform. You may follow the same application deployment process and the Payara Platform configuration steps for a Gradle web application.
Payara IntelliJ IDEA tools provide integration of the Payara Platform Enterprise & Community Editions into IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate. Before you begin, make sure the Maven, Gradle and Payara IntelliJ tools are installed from the IntelliJ Marketplace and enabled. If not then press the following button to directly install the Payara Tools in IntelliJ Ultimate:
Or install the Payara Tools from the main menu File → Settings → Plugins and search for Payara Tools:
Payara Server Enterprise 5 is a cloud-native middleware application platform supporting mission critical production systems with reliable and secure deployments of Jakarta EE (Java EE) applications on premise, in the cloud, or hybrid environments. If you’ve been running WebLogic in production but are struggling with an infrequent release schedule, bug fixes, and patches - or if you want support for Eclipse MicroProfile, you’ll benefit from migrating from WebLogic to Payara Server Enterprise.