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?
In this recorded webinar tutorial - watch here - we 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.
Are you a Jakarta EE developer interested in leveraging the power of NoSQL databases for your applications? This webinar - register here - is designed specifically to introduce you to the world of NoSQL through CouchDB, a high-performance, scalable database ideal for cloud-native applications.
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.
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.
For this first ever episode of Payara Podcast, we had a chat with Rachel Stephens, Senior Analyst at RedMonk (the developer-focused industry analyst company) and Steve Millidge - Payara Founder and CEO.
We talked about open source, focusing on using it in the context of enterprise. We talked about public perception of open source, common myths surrounding the use of open source technologies for enterprise businesses, security aspects of using open source and much more.
In this webinar Jakarta EE experts Otavio Santana (Java Champion & Software Engineer) and Luqman Saeed (Payara Tech Writer) explore the power of Payara and Microservices to develop ultrafast applications, diving into live coding with Jakarta EE and MicroProfile, leveraging the latest specifications, such as Jakarta Data and Jakarta NoSQL.
Additionally, they showcase the seamless integration of these technologies with the Microstream database, enabling lightning-fast persistence for your applications. Whether you are a seasoned developer or new to these technologies, this session will provide valuable insights and practical examples to accelerate your application development.
In this recorded webinar we explore how Payara Monitoring Console helps you streamline your Jakarta EE and MicroProfile application monitoring, troubleshooting, and management. Discover how the Payara Monitoring Console streamlines monitoring workflows, improves application performance, and enables faster incident response for your organisation.
Implementing the correct security patterns is a common challenge that most application developers and consultants can get wrong in even the most common of scenarios. Reinventing the wheel is a common pattern that DevOps engineers do when integrating security solutions inside their applications (authentication, password validation, identity management, correct storage of user data, etc.). Keycloak is an open-source identity management solution that focuses on offloading this burden from DevOps engineers, allowing them to focus on the business aspects of their applications and simplifying their solutions in the long run.
This talk (see below!) from Fabio Turizo, Senior Engineer at Payara, will focus on the benefits of using such a service with an enterprise application, with a live demonstration of a small application that uses the Eclipse MicroProfile APIs to correctly integrate it with Keycloak by way of the OpenIDConnect standards.
Over the past few years, the pace of Java Platform, Standard Edition releases, has become much faster, with a much predictable biannual releases, with a LTS every 18 months. Watch this fireside chat by Payara Engineers who dive into some of the major changes from Java 17 to the upcoming 21, and explore these changes within the context of Enterprise Java development on the Jakarta EE Platform.
Join our online event on Thursday the 29th of June - register here - where we delve into the critical pain points faced by companies and demonstrate how Payara Enterprise can empower organizations to overcome these challenges and achieve remarkable success.
In today's fast-paced business landscape, decision makers are constantly striving to maximize their return on investment while facing numerous hurdles along the way. Whether it's ensuring high availability, scalability, security, or seamless integration of applications, businesses need a robust and reliable platform that can address these pain points effectively.