Posts tagged Eclipse

Payara Services Joins MicroProfile Working Group

Payara is pleased to announce that we have joined the MicroProfile Working Group. This builds on our commitment to shaping and improving Enterprise Java for both microservices and monolithic architectures. 

The MicroProfile project was born as a community initiative to optimise Enterprise Java with a microservices standard platform. It joined theEclipse Foundation in 2017, an independent open source software association, with the goal of driving innovation with a vendor-neutral "incubation" environment.

The Eclipse Foundation's MicroProfile Working Group encourages collaboration between participants, working in short cycles to propose and gain approval for new common APIs and functionality - and in turn drawing on the knowledge of a wide variety of different vendors. As one of the contributors, Payara engineers will shape and drive the future of the MicroProfile specifications.

We talked to our Founder and CEO Steve Millidge to find out more about what this means. 

Payara Services Celebrates the Release of Jakarta EE 9

As leading contributors to the Jakarta EE project, Payara excitedly welcomes Jakarta EE 9 - now officially released! 

Announced at today’s Jakarta One Livestream, the headline breaking change is the move from the package namespace javax to jakarta across the Jakarta EE 9 Platform, Web Profile specifications, and related TCKS. 

Through our involvement in the Eclipse Foundation Jakarta EE Working Group, we are proud to play a major role in shaping, improving and championing Jakarta EE 9. The specifications will be key to the evolution of cloud native technologies for Java, also central to Payara's mission. 

Payara for Beginners – Payara ServerをEclipse IDEに追加する

Java EEプロジェクトを作成するにあたって、Eclipseにサーバーを定義してアプリケーションをIDE上でテストできるようにしておくことは重要です。生成物をビルドして手動でPayara Serverにデプロイするよりも、作業がずっとスムーズになります。

Setting Up Cache JPA Coordination with the Payara Platform using EclipseLink and JMS/Hazelcast

When it comes to clustering and distributed computing performance, some of the challenges you have to overcome involve cache invalidation and coordination. Fortunately, both Payara Server and Payara Micro come with EclipseLink, which supports cache coordination and invalidation out of the box. This blog will explain how to configure this feature for your Payara Data Grid.  We would also like to thank Sven Diedrichsen who is the community member that created the Hazelcast cache coordination.

Payara Tools Unlocks Eclipse For Payara 5

For a long time Payara, a derivative of GlassFish, could be used in Eclipse using the Oracle GlassFish Tools. With the release of Payara 5, a few problems prevented the plug-in from recognizing Payara 5, meaning Payara 5 couldn’t really be used in Eclipse. A new set of tools again makes it possible to use Payara 5 with Eclipse, along with other improvements.

Jakarta EE marks a new era

It is highly likely that most people involved in the Java EE community are already aware of the open sourcing of Java EE and the move to the Eclipse Foundation. For those unaware, however, here's a quick primer:

Nadando río arriba: Avanzando con Eclipse MicroProfile y JDK8

Eclipse MicroProfile es una especificación para un conjunto de APIs diseñadas para construir MicroServicios. Este proyecto ha existido desde hace más de un año y es algo con lo que Payara está altamente comprometido. Los lectores a los que les gusta estar al día con las noticias desde a comunidad de Java probablemente serán conscientes de como el proyecto ha progresado a grandes saltos últimamente. Está siendo un camino largo y arduo desde la versión 1.0 a la versión 1.1 de la especificación pero, en este momento, mucho ha sido desarrollado y hay multitud de APIs actualmente en desarrollo.

See here for the original version in English language.  

Swimming Upstream: Moving Forward with Eclipse MicroProfile and JDK 8

The Eclipse MicroProfile is a specification for a set of APIs appropriate to building MicroServices. The project has existed for over a year now and is something that Payara is highly committed to. Readers who like to keep up-to-date with news from the Java community will probably already be aware of how the project has progressed in leaps and bounds lately. It's been a long road from version 1.0 to version 1.1 of the specification but, in that time, a lot has developed and there are multiple APIs currently being worked on.

Read this post in Spanish.