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Payara Server 5 Beta 2 がリリースされました!

Payara Server 5 の (おそらく) 正式リリース前の最後となるベータ・リリースには、いくつかの大きな変更が含まれており、最終的な製品が (バグがなければ) どのようなものになるのか、お分かりいただけるようなものになっています。

 

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Payara Server Beta 1 がリリースされました!

お楽しみの、喜びの、奉仕の、そして釣りの (違った、最後のは私が付け加えただけです) 季節がやってきました。そして世界中の皆様、このお休みに (訳注: イギリスはクリスマスと翌日が祝日です) Payara Server 5 の最初のベータ・リリースをお届けします。ダウンロードはこちらからどうぞ本当は何が欲しかったのか、私は知っているんですよ。

 

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AWS Native Discovery with Payara Micro

Both Payara Server and Payara Micro can cluster together and share data using Hazelcast. Out-of-the-box, there is no configuration needed, since Hazelcast uses multicast to discover and join other cluster members. However, when running in cloud environments like AWS, for example, there are a lot of things which can stop discovery being quite so straightforward. The key thing is that Multicast is not available, meaning another discovery strategy is needed; the most common generic alternative is to use TCP, but this assumes that you know at least the intended subnet that your cluster members will be in ahead of time.

 

What's new in Payara Micro 171?

In case you missed the news earlier this week - we are pleased to announce a new release of Payara Micro and Payara MicroProfile 171 to start the new year with a bang! With this new release, we have implemented substantial changes that are meant to improve the stability and usability of both 'regular' and MicroProfile version of Payara Micro. As is usual with our releases, keep special attention to our blog in the following weeks to read detailed articles on these changes and features to take full advantage of them!

 

For Payara support customers, LTSLong Term Support - has been introduced for both Payara Micro and Payara MicroProfile so you can expect a full year of patch releases which only include fixes - great news for users who value stability over new features (find out more about the support services here)! 

 

All new changes and features introduced in this release are also included in Payara MicroProfile unless explicitly stated.

 

Persistent EJB Timers in Payara Micro

Payara Micro is packed with a lot of the APIs that come with Payara Server Full Profile, and even more features targeted at clustered deployments. Now, since version 163, it is also possible to use persistent EJB Timers, which are stored across your micro instances inside the distributed Hazelcast cache.

 

 

 

Java EE Microservices Platforms & High Performance Java EE with JCache– jDays 2016

Recently I attended as a speaker at my second jDays, a great conference in a great venue in Gothenburg. jDays is a fantastic conference as it is small enough to easily meet people and network and discuss tech, while at the same time big enough to run multiple tracks so there is always a session on that you’ll be interested in.