Posts from Rudy De Busscher

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Relationship between Payara Platform, MicroProfile and Java EE/Jakarta EE

Maybe you've already heard about Eclipse MicroProfile, or maybe you don't know what benefits it offers you in your current project. Perhaps you don't see the relationship with Java EE/Jakarta EE - or how you can use it with Payara Server or Payara Micro.

In this blog, I'll give you a short overview of all of the above questions so that you can start using MicroProfile in your next project on the Payara Platform.

How to Run and Debug your Payara Micro Application with IntelliJ IDEA

If you want to run and debug your application from within an IDE using Payara Micro, you need to take different steps and use a different configuration then when you run the application with Payara Server. With Payara Micro, you can start the runtime from a jar file with no previous installation step. In this blog, I'll show you the steps to use IntelliJ IDEA with Payara Micro and how you can perform a hot reload of the application.

Rolling Application Upgrades with Payara Micro and Kubernetes

Introduction

Application updates are required as part of the normal maintenance process of your application lifecycle management. These updates should be as smooth as possible, and especially for a micro-services environment, performed with zero-downtime of your Payara Micro application. The Kubernetes Rolling Upgrades feature can help you with this.

Deploy Docker Containers On Azure

 

Several Cloud Providers have the possibility to run your Payara Platform Docker Images on their infrastructure. In this blog, I will describe to you how you can run your application on Microsoft Azure using a Docker Container. All the steps required to perform this are described using the Azure Portal (web-based application) and the Azure Command line.

Scaling Payara Micro Applications with Kubernetes

When using Docker images as the way to deploy your application, many organizations use Kubernetes to manage the containerized version of their application. This blog gives you a short overview of Kubernetes and how to run your Payara Micro application in a scaled fashion by either defining the scaling manually, or automatically by the Horizontal Pod scaler.