Archive from February 2023
This guide will introduce you to incorporating Firestore NoSQL database into your Jakarta EE application.
We are excited to announce that registrations are now open forPayara Hackathon, running 2-6 March 2023.
Build an app with Jakarta EE 10 and Payara Platform for a chance to win £3,000 in prize money for the winner, with £2,000 and £1,000 prizes for runners up.
Get your work reviewed by our judging panel of Java and Jakarta EE experts including Java Champions Ivar Grimstad and Otavio Santana.
It's a new month, and this February the Payara Fish Pond is bristling with new releases for both Payara Platform Community and Enterprise editions. Payara Platform Community 6.2023.2 is out with 3 improvements and 5 bug fixes. Payara Platform Enterprise 5.48.1 contains 2 improvements and 5 bug fixes.
The Jakarta EE Platform has come a long way since its debut as J2EE back the days of Sun Microsystems. Over the years, it has had its fair share of challenges. A natural consequence of this is that some notions about the platform arising from some of the past challenges that may have been true about past iterations have stuck. This blog post aims to dispel some of these deeply rooted misconceptions about the Jakarta EE Platform, especially after the last major release.
Payara is part of the MicroProfile Working Group!
MicroProfile is a set of Enterprise Java APIs and technologies, designed to help with the challenge of building microservices architectures in Java.
The MicroProfile Working Group develops these APIs in a collaborative process, and is comprised of passionate individuals, and representatives from different vendors and Java User Groups.
If you’re running GlassFish in your production or development environment and are worried about the lack of support, infrequent application server releases, security issues, lack of bug fixes and patches – then migrating off GlassFish might be the best option for you.
In this webinar (register here), Fabio Turizo (Head of Payara Service Team), together with Jon Weatherhill (Payara Customer Support Team), will explain all the things you need to consider in order to make a migration as smooth as possible.