Posts tagged J2EE
One of the most daunting tasks organizations face is keeping pace with fast evolving technological landscapes, while ensuring existing applications remain robust and functional. If you're still running applications on Java EE 7/8, the release of Jakarta EE 10 sets the upgrade clock ticking. Of course you can keep running such applications with a Payara Enterprise 5 plan. However, if you need to upgrade to take advantage of the many new features in Jakarta EE 10, then read on!
The Jakarta EE Platform has come a long way since its debut as J2EE back the days of Sun Microsystems. Over the years, it has had its fair share of challenges. A natural consequence of this is that some notions about the platform arising from some of the past challenges that may have been true about past iterations have stuck. This blog post aims to dispel some of these deeply rooted misconceptions about the Jakarta EE Platform, especially after the last major release.