Posts tagged Java EE
Our summer webinar series continued with 'Are Java EE Application Servers Heavy?'
In thismyth-busting webinar, Steve Millidge (founder of Payara), showed viewers that Java EE application servers are NOT resource-heavy or slow. His live demonstrations showed it’s possible to have a small footprint and low resource usage in Jakarta EE runtimes.
If you missed the webinar earlier this month, you can now watch the video!
We are almost halfway through our summer webinar series! Across 6 online events, our CEO and FounderSteve Millidgeis discussing common misconceptions aroundJava. He's broken down false views of the programming language, and its enterprise-orientated iteration Jakarta EE, into 6 topics - tackling them one by one and showing that Java is still relevant.
Each session is concise - around 30 minutes - and you don't need any previous knowledge of Java or Jakarta EE.
Last week, we announced our exciting new webinar series, 'Dismiss the Myths: Get to Know Jakarta EE (Java EE). This is a series of 6 webinars, every Wednesday at 3.00pm BST for the next 6 weeks - with the first one taking place this Wednesday!
Our CEO and FounderSteve Millidge is leading this series, taking one common misconception about Jakarta EE ( previously Java EE ) at a time. Turns out, you might be wrong in thinking Java is behind the times...
This is also the perfect webinar series if you have heard Jakarta EE or Java EE mentioned but aren't sure what it is, what the namespace change means or where its future lies. Steve will be catering to users who are new to the technology as well as long-time Jakarta EE developers.
The big community news of this month was the release of Jakarta EE 9.1! The Eclipse Foundation brought out Jakarta EE 9.1 Platform and Web Profile specifications and related TCKs - the first release since the breaking namespace change to jakarta. We've rounded up our articles & announcements on this subject below - and watch this space, as Payara Platform is very close to launching our own Compatible Implementation.
We also released the results of our Payara Platform Survery 2021 . Read in fullhere, including what we've learnt about the infrastructure you are using with the Payara Platform, what features you want to see, and our findings on how our users are adopting MicroProfileAPIs and new Jakarta EE versions.
We're already using the results of the survey to shape content that responds to recurring issues users are encountering. See Rudy'sblog on why you might be finding Payara Server slow and an easy fix you may not have tried, as issues with deployment speed was a common theme in our survey results.
As well as Payara's own content, the 'Monthly Catch' also includes our pick of the best from Java EE/Jakarta EE, MicroProfile, Java SE and DevOps influencers and authors this month, and wider industry news. We hope you enjoy, and make sure you are following us onLinkedIn and Twitter, and signed up to our blog, to get this content as it comes!
Payara Services are celebrating the release of Jakarta EE 9.1 Platform and Web Profile specifications and related TCKs.
With Jakarta EE 9.1, global source community Eclipse Foundation brings to Java developers the first incremental Jakarta EE release since the new namespace was introduced last year. Read the Eclipse Foundation announcement here - featuring a quote from our Founder and CEO Steve Millidge.
Payara's team have not only worked hard to ensure Jakarta EE 9.1 applications can be run in Payara Platform 5, but Payara Platform 6 alpha one is very close to being ready as a Compatible Implementation. Watch this space!
The release of Jakarta EE 9 breaks a tradition of Java Enterprise. A legal requirement of the Java EE code donation from Oracle to the Eclipse Foundation is the change of the namespace of javax to jakarta.
But the change of the package and XML namespace in Jakarta EE 9 is only the beginning. The change of the namespace allows for new development and functionality, but all frameworks and libraries using one of the Java Enterprise specifications also need to be adjusted to the new version.
As leading contributors to the Jakarta EE project, Payara excitedly welcomes Jakarta EE 9 - now officially released!
Announced at today’s Jakarta One Livestream, the headline breaking change is the move from the package namespace javax to jakarta across the Jakarta EE 9 Platform, Web Profile specifications, and related TCKS.
Through our involvement in the Eclipse Foundation Jakarta EE Working Group, we are proud to play a major role in shaping, improving and championing Jakarta EE 9. The specifications will be key to the evolution of cloud native technologies for Java, also central to Payara's mission.
Writing microservices within Jakarta EE is technically possible, but you miss a few goodies for the distributed environment you are running in.
MicroProfile wants to optimize your Enterprise Java application by creating Java standards which link to some well known CloudNative standards like etcd for Configuration, OpenTracing and Jaeger for Distributed Tracing and Prometheus for Metrics.
In this talk, delivered by Payara's Rudy De Busscher at EclipseCon, he goes over some basic concepts of the MicroProfile specifications and show you through various demos how the integration with those tools can be done easily.