Posts tagged GlassFish

Are GlassFish and Payara Server the Same?

When commercial support for GlassFish ended in 2014, Payara Server was created from the open source code as a fully supported drop-in replacement for GlassFish.  

Payara Services was born in 2016 to offer support solutions for Payara Server. By 2017, Payara Services had joined The Eclipse Foundation and the Payara Platform expanded to include Payara Micro and comprehensive commercial support options for development projects, in-production support, and consultancy solutions.  New product features and the development of the Payara Platform evolves and is improved upon with each monthly release, and while the application server was originally derived from GlassFish and shares many similarities - the two products are not the same. 

GlassFish 6.1 Should Not Be Used In Production: Here’s Why

Earlier this week, Jakarta EE 9.1 was released. This is an update to Jakarta EE 9, adding support for JDK 11 - you can read more about it in our bloghere.

Alongside the Jakarta EE 9.1 release, GlassFish 6.1 has been released as a Compatible Implementation

However, although GlassFish is still used by many - a legacy of the time it was supported by Oracle - we would argue it is NOT a good choice for running your enterprise applications in production.

If you are considering updating to more recent GlassFish versions, it might be better to consider more reliable, supported, and up-to-date alternatives. In this blog, I explain why GlassFish 6.x is not the best choice for your mission critical deployments.

Back to Basics – アプリケーションをPayara Server / GlassFish 4.1にデプロイする方法

このブログはBack to Basics シリーズの第2回です。


Webアプリケーションを実行するには、まずPayara Serverのようなアプリケーション・サーバーにデプロイしなければなりません。Webアプリケーションにおけるデプロイとは、アプリケーションをサーバー上にインストールすることをいいます。これによりリクエストの処理などを行うことができます。このガイドでは、アプリケーションを実行するためのいくつかの異なる方法をご紹介します。