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In this code-focused webinar we took a look at how you can use the Google Cloud Firestore NoSQL database service in a Jakarta EE application. The recording is now available to watch - see below or head over to our YouTube Channel.
NoSQL has become a popular RDMS alternative for enterprise applications. There are a myriad of options available for developers to choose from. With advantages such as flexible data models, generally faster queries, support for horizontal scaling and easier developer experience, NoSQL is a great alternative to have in your developer toolbox.
We are excited to announce that registrations are now open forPayara Hackathon, running 2-6 March 2023.
Build an app with Jakarta EE 10 and Payara Platform for a chance to win £3,000 in prize money for the winner, with £2,000 and £1,000 prizes for runners up.
Get your work reviewed by our judging panel of Java and Jakarta EE experts including Java Champions Ivar Grimstad and Otavio Santana.
Low on time and want to know what an 'application server' really is?
We offer our explanation. This video covers the difference between application servers and web servers, what an application server can do to make your life as a developer easier, and more, all in less time than your average pop song!
This is a high-level view that might be helpful to pass on to managers and procurement teams who aren't sure what an application server is.
You may have seen that our Payara Forum has recieved an update. We've moved from Google Groups to a brand new location: https://forum.payara.fish/
Below you will find out more about why we made the new decision, what the Forum is for and how to use it!
Earlier this week, we were offically presented our2021 Queen's Award for Enterprise- International Trade - trophy, in a ceremony held at Malvern Hills Science Park. TheQueen's Awardis signed by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 2nd and Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Read more below, and find a round-up of news coverage!
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!