Posts tagged GlassFish Migration
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.
In the fifth part of our continuing series on alternatives for commercial Oracle GlassFish features, we are looking at a replacement for the Oracle's Access Manager integration feature.
In the fourth part of our continuing series on alternatives for commercial Oracle GlassFish features we are looking at the JMX Monitoring Service & the Payara HealthCheck Service as possible replacements for Oracle's Monitoring Scripting Client.
In our continuing series on alternatives for commercial Oracle GlassFish features , in this article we are looking at Hazelcast - a replacement for Oracle's Coherence ActiveCache.
Today, continuing our series on alternatives to commercial Oracle GlassFish features, we will look at backup and restoring domains with Payara Server.
See here for part one of the GlassFish to Payara Server migration series: 'Migrating away from the Load Balancer Configurator Plugin' .