Posts tagged Payara Cloud
In today's fast-paced development environment, having an automated deployment pipeline is a necessity to ensure quick, consistent and reliable delivery of applications from development to production. This webinar - REGISTER HERE- aims to guide you through the process of setting up a seamless deployment pipeline for your Jakarta EE applications, leveraging the robustness of GitHub Actions and the simplicity of Payara Cloud CLI.
Join us on Wednesday the 15th of November to explore how you can automate your deployment workflow right from your IDE, through GitHub, and onto Payara Cloud. We will walk you through the essential steps and best practices to set up a GitHub pipeline, which will automatically deploy your Jakarta EE applications to Payara Cloud, ensuring a streamlined delivery process and reducing manual deployment hassles.
Deploying Jakarta EE applications to the cloud can be a complex task if you are using traditional deployment options like containers, Kubernetes or other such options, but not with Payara Cloud. Uploading a Jakarta EE binary artefact (.war file) and deploying it to the cloud can be achieved in four straightforward steps. They are:
Are you a Jakarta EE Developer? Are you looking to level up your cloud deployment? You have options!
In this technical webinar, our expert Luqman Saeed talks you through 3 key options for your cloud deployment with Jakarta EE:
☁️Docker Containers to Azure Web Apps
☁️Jakarta Runtime installation on a virtual machine and app deployment
☁️Fully managed Jakarta EE cloud deployment runtimes
This is also a great webinar if you are curious about Payara Cloud as we are also discussing many different cloud deployment options- if you have heard about our new fully managed cloud native application runtime for Jakarta EE, this your chance to see exactly how it works.
Payara Cloud is our fully-managed cloud native application runtime.
Unlike building an application server deployment on a Cloud Infrastructure as a Service or on raw Kubernetes, Payara Cloud takes care of provisioning infrastructure, installation, configuration, deployment and scaling of your application. Any web application following the Jakarta Web Profile specification can be uploaded and it will run in a containerized Payara Micro instance.
The Representational State Transfer or RESTful architecture is a stateless, HTTP based communication standard for modern applications. It was originally proposed by Dr. Roy Fielding in hisPhD thesis. It has, over the years, become the default, programming language-agnostic means of enabling machine-to-machine communication. An application written in the Django framework in Python can have REST resources that are consumed by another application written in Java with Jakarta EE. Similarly, a Jakarta EE application can create resources that can be consumed by a C# application.
Payara Cloud provides an easy-to-use user interface to allow your application to run in a managed cloud environment. While this is very convenient for configuration and troubleshooting work, integration in continuous deployment pipelines calls for something else.
Our answer is deploying to Payara Cloud using a GitHub Action Workflow and Payara Cloud Command Line (PCL).
Java EE, now Jakarta EE, makes it possible for developers to focus purely on the development of a Java enterprise application, solving the business logic without needing to think about infrastructure and operations when writing code. Payara Cloud extends this philosophy by also eliminating the need to worry about infrastructure and operations when preparing your application to run in the cloud. Together, Jakarta EE and Payara Cloud let you focus on writing code and delivering solutions to business challenges from the moment you write your first piece of code to the day people are using your application successfully on the cloud.
We are currently offering limited free previews of Payara Cloud to businesses - follow the link below:
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.