Posts tagged Java EE
The JakartaOne Livestream is a huge event in the Jakarta EE and MicroProfile calendar. Organised by the Eclipse Foundation, it is a one-day virtual conference for developers and technical business leaders.
It brings insight into the current state and future of Jakarta EE and related technologies focused on developing cloud-native Java applications.
In regular webinars, our CEO and Founder Steve Millidge provides an update on the progress of Payara Platform: what we've achieved in relation to our yearly roadmaps, and what we have left to do!
In this webinar, Steve looked at what we've achieved so far in 2021, and ahead to the final quarter of this year and plans for early 2022.
Adam Bien explored the possibilities of Payara Cloud in his recent talk for the 2021 J4K conference!
He used the Payara Cloud demonstration environment - with the caveat that the user interface is not completed yet - to demonstrate how our next generation application server creates a "serverless" environment; moving the "plumbing behind the scenes" so you only have to worry about selecting your WAR, clicking deploy, and running it on the cloud!
JDK 17, the next Long-Term Release of Java SE, launched in September. You may have seen many of the great blogs, articles, and videos about what this means for Java developers. For just a few places to start, we like: theJetBrainsteam'sdiscussion on migrating to JDK 17; Todd Ginsberg onhis ten favourite features; andGunter Rotsaert mapping out thedifferences between Java 11 and Java 17.
Jakarta EE, previously Java EE, is a set of specifications that enables the world wide community of Java developers to work on cloud native Java enterprise applications. It is an open source project maintained by theEclipse Foundation.
Jakarta Concurrency is a small, but fundamental, specification under the Jakarta EE umbrella. As project lead, I provide more information on what it is, its future and how to be involved.
You can now catch up on the videos: vendor talks, discussing what we do at Payara Services, benefits of our products, and more about our customers; and at Jakarta One - Spanish, an informative microservices security talk, using identity platformOkta.
A key goal of Jakarta Concurrency is creating a simple path betweenJava SEandJakarta EE (previously Java EE) - making it easy for organisations scaling up to migrate their mission-critical applications to the enterprise-orientated Jakarta EE specifications.