Posts tagged Microservices
In the previous blog of this series, we learned different ways to troubleshoot Java EE application. This blog will continue to focus on different ways and techniques to catch potential issues in the early stages and how to find the root cause of application performance issues.
The JVM Conference is a smaller conference with two tracks. But smaller doesn’t mean it is not worth attending. There is a very broad variety in topics from plain Java SE, backend development, to micro-services and containers in cloud environments with sessions aimed at Java programmers, operators, QA staff and IT architects. You can get up to speed in the latest trends in many areas.
Having previously blogged about setting up data sources in Payara Server, we thought we should mention that you can also set up data sources in Payara Micro. In this blog, we'll take you through the process of setting up a data source using Payara Micro, including code snippets and where to find full code examples. Let's get started!
Recently we shared a blog about Ondrej's talk prepared for Code One and Devoxx conferences: Be Reactive and Micro with a MicroProfile Stack. Now, we have his video so you can watch the talk as if you were there! We also enjoyed several other MicroProfile related talks at Devoxx and wanted to share some of those as well. See below for a talk about Jakarta EE MicroProfile WebStandards by Adam Bien, a Java EE/Jakarta EE and MicroProfile discussion with Sebastian Daschner, and a talk about Securing Microservices from Emily Jiang.
Microsoft Azure provides fully managed Cloud SQL databases for use by your Azure hosted cloud services. Payara® Micro is built to be the best runtime for Cloud Native Java EE and MicroProfile applications. Here’s how to rapidly create a REST web service that retrieves data from an Azure SQL Database and returns it as JSON.
Eclipse MicroProfile is a framework that brings innovative technology to enterprise applications. Both Payara Server and Payara Micro provide the most recent MicroProfile version as soon as possible. Along with the aim to simplify development of microservices and cloud deployment, MicroProfile is continually adopting other modern approaches and patterns like reactive programming.
In this blog, which follows on from the Cloud Connectors in Payara Micro, we will explain the Microsoft Azure Service Bus connector and how to use it in Payara Server and Payara Micro (the Payara Platform).