Posts tagged GlassFish Migration
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In today's fast-paced business landscape, decision makers are constantly striving to maximize their return on investment while facing numerous hurdles along the way. Whether it's ensuring high availability, scalability, security, or seamless integration of applications, businesses need a robust and reliable platform that can address these pain points effectively.
If you’re running GlassFish in your production or development environment and are worried about the lack of support, infrequent application server releases, security issues, lack of bug fixes and patches – then migrating off GlassFish might be the best option for you.
In this webinar (register here), Fabio Turizo (Head of Payara Service Team), together with Jon Weatherhill (Payara Customer Support Team), will explain all the things you need to consider in order to make a migration as smooth as possible.
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.
Payara Server was created in 2014 as a fully-supported drop-in replacement for GlassFish. As Payara Server developed, its popularity has grown quickly among the community due to an open and responsive development team, a regular release cycle, and the introduction of crucial production enhancements that were never available in GlassFish. Migrating from GlassFish to Payara Server can be simple and straightforward - and we make it even easier with migration guides and a growing library of migration resources.
Payara Server Enterprise 5 is a cloud-native middleware application platform supporting mission critical production systems with reliable and secure deployments of Jakarta EE (Java EE) applications on premise, in the cloud, or hybrid environments. If you’ve been running GlassFish in production but are struggling with a lack of support and infrequent application server releases, bug fixes, and patches - or you want to run on JDK 11, you’ll benefit from migrating from GlassFish to Payara Server.
When Appriss tried migrating from GlassFish 3 to Glassfish 4 they encountered problems that prevented a successful migration. Without support from GlassFish, they were simply stuck. Payara engineers assisted Appriss through a Migration & Project Support engagement to resolve all issues and migrate Appriss production GlassFish applications to Payara Server.
Payara® Support provided BMW Group with a smooth migration path from GlassFish to Payara® Server and Java EE 7. Knowing that Payara Services offer a guarantee of 10 years of support for the Payara Server 4.x branch ensures a stable basis for BMW Group’s applications.
In the last part of our series on migrating away from Oracle GlassFish Server, we will look at replacing the functionality of the Performance Tuner.