Archive from September 2023
Get ready for an exciting round table panel discussion - register here - led by our very own Payara Engineers, as we delve deep into the future of the upcoming Jakarta EE 11 in the context of its base Java version - Java 21.
The release of Java 21, the latest LTS Java version, marks an important milestone for the Java Platform. With much anticipated features like virtual threads, sequenced collections and record patterns, Java 21 is the perfect base for the upcoming Jakarta EE 11.
In this interactive, expert round table discussion, you will learn what the release of Java 21 means to you as a Jakarta EE developer.
It's time for the September Payara Monthly Catch - our monthly news roundup from the world of Java, Jakarta EE, MicroProfile, and open source.
The big news is: Java 21 is now out! This is the latest long-term support release of Java, so it will be supported in Payara Platform. Payara Community Server and Micro will run with Java 21 by mid-October, with Payara Enterprise supporting Java 21 by mid-December. Find our pick of great Java 21 content below, including our own articles on the subject, focusing on what it will mean for Jakarta EE users.
Watch out for us next month at Devoxx Belgium! See below to meet our team at Devoxx and join our talk,Elementary Full-stack Development with Hypermedia and Java 21,we'll hope to see lots of you there.
TheJakarta EE Developer Survey 2023also came out this month, make sure to read to find out the most used technologies and trends. Our CEO and Founder Steve Millidge commented: "The future looks bright for Jakarta EE and Payara, as we note with pride that the percentage of respondents using Payara has also increased!"
And finally, free trials of our fully managed Jakarta EE cloud native application runtime, Payara Cloud, are in full swing! Join those trying it out for free, with 15 days available to you with no charge. Sign uphere.
With Java 21 released today and Jakarta EE 11 slated for release in Q1 of 2024, the landscape for Java development is evolving rapidly, particularly in the cloud-native space. Although these two are not being developed together, they are intrinsically linked: Jakarta EE 11 will have Java 21 as its base Java SE version. This blog post will explore what these two significant releases bring to the table individually and how they can collectively enhance cloud native Java development.
We are excited to announce the latest releases of the Payara Platform: Enterprise 6.6.0 and Community 6.2023.9. Payara Platform Enterprise 6.6.0 comes with 2 security fixes, 2 bug fixes, 5 component upgrades and 3 improvements. Payara Platform Community 6.2023.9 also comes with 2 security fixes, 2 bug fixes, 5 component upgrades, and 3 improvements.
For Payara Enterprise users, Payara Platform 5 is still updated! Payara Platform Enterprise 5.55.0 is out this month.
Are you a Jakarta EE Developer? Are you looking to level up your cloud deployment? You have options!
In this technical webinar, our expert Luqman Saeed talks you through 3 key options for your cloud deployment with Jakarta EE:
☁️Docker Containers to Azure Web Apps
☁️Jakarta Runtime installation on a virtual machine and app deployment
☁️Fully managed Jakarta EE cloud deployment runtimes
This is also a great webinar if you are curious about Payara Cloud as we are also discussing many different cloud deployment options- if you have heard about our new fully managed cloud native application runtime for Jakarta EE, this your chance to see exactly how it works.
In the ever-evolving landscape of enterprise applications, staying updated with the latest technologies is not just an option—it's a necessity for competitive advantage. The release of Jakarta EE 10 brought forth a myriad of enhancements that can significantly improve the scalability, security, and performance of your enterprise applications. But how do you make the transition smoothly? What are the best practices and strategies for upgrading?
Join us for this webinar on the 13th of September (REGISTER HERE) where we'll guide you through the essential steps and considerations for a successful upgrade. We will delve into the new features and improvements introduced in Jakarta EE 10 and why they make a compelling case for the upgrade.
One of the most daunting tasks organizations face is keeping pace with fast evolving technological landscapes, while ensuring existing applications remain robust and functional. If you're still running applications on Java EE 7/8, the release of Jakarta EE 10 sets the upgrade clock ticking. Of course you can keep running such applications with a Payara Enterprise 5 plan. However, if you need to upgrade to take advantage of the many new features in Jakarta EE 10, then read on!