When creating a Java EE application it is important to deploy and test it on a server that is as close to the target production environment as possible. If you use Maven in your project, it is possible to do so using the Cargo plugin, which allows you to deploy an application to an instance of...
In a previous blog of this series we set up Apache httpd to forward traffic to Payara Server. However, this only covers forwarding HTTP and not HTTPS. This blog will demonstrate how to secure Payara Server with Apache over HTTPS on Ubuntu.
MySQL is an open-source relational database you may wish to use with Payara Server, that excels at fast reads and is commonly used as storage for a CMS. This blog will show you how to set up MySQL on Ubuntu and connect to it from Payara Server.
PostgreSQL is a fully SQL-Compliant relational database you can use with Payara Server and with no commercial licensing requirements it is well suited for production environments. This blog will show you how to set up a new PostgreSQL installation on Ubuntu and connect to it from Payara Server.
Since being introduced in the 163 release, the Request Tracing Service has allowed you to see which requests are taking a long time. However, this service will only tell you about requests once they have completed. If a thread is stuck and unable to complete you will not know about it. To...
If you are creating a Java EE project, it is important to have a server defined in Eclipse so you can easily test your applications from the IDE - a much smoother workflow than building an artefact and manually deploying to Payara Server!