Archive from July 2022
Payara Enterprise is an alternative to WildFly, JBoss EAP, WebSphere and more.
With Payara Enterprise, you have everything offered by Payara Community - regular releases, a global community of 80,000 active users, cutting edge Jakarta EE technology - with the added benefits of support from our engineers, special features like a tool for upgrading and a 10-year software lifecycle.
Java EE, now Jakarta EE, makes it possible for developers to focus purely on the development of a Java enterprise application, solving the business logic without needing to think about infrastructure and operations when writing code. Payara Cloud extends this philosophy by also eliminating the need to worry about infrastructure and operations when preparing your application to run in the cloud. Together, Jakarta EE and Payara Cloud let you focus on writing code and delivering solutions to business challenges from the moment you write your first piece of code to the day people are using your application successfully on the cloud.
We are currently offering limited free previews of Payara Cloud to businesses - follow the link below:
Java programming language can be enhanced with specifications. An specification is a baseline platform definition - a framework - to guide concrete implementations.
One of these specifications is called MicroProfile. But what is MicroProfile specification, what is it used for and why might you need it?
This blog explains all.
The Enterprise-only 2022 July Payara Platform release is here!
Payara Platform Enterprise 5.41.0 brings 2 bug fixes, 2 component upgrades, and 2 improvements.
This month, this includes improving the functionality of the Upgrade Tool, which is available to Payara Enterprise customers only. Also only for Enterprise users is Azul's supported OpenJDK build for enterprises, Azul Platform Core. In this release, we've updated our Docker images to support new versions of Azul Platform Core. We've also updated our Docker images of previous releases with these new versions of Azul Platform Core.
An Enterprise subscription means you can access special benefits like the Upgrade Tool and bundled Azul Platform Core support, as well as being able to continue using earlier Jakarta EE versions after Jakarta EE 10 is released this month (see below). All these benefits mean an Enterprise subscription can be more cost-effective in the long-run!
An uber-JAR, also known as a fat JAR or JAR with dependencies, is a JAR file that contains not only a Java program but embeds its dependencies as well, and might also contain the web application that needs to be executed.
In this blog, we'll describe the different variants of the artifact, and the advantages and drawbacks it has.