Posts tagged Payara Micro

Faster Payara Micro Startup Times with OpenJ9

One of the performance metrics that are frequently compared  by developers are startup times. Payara Server is designed to be manageable at runtime, with a central management server (DAS - domain administration server) and multiple instances, and as such is not optimized for extremely fast startup time. Payara Micro on the other hand, is optimized to run predefined workloads with a stable configuration at runtime, and is therefore a better fit for for comparing start up time metrics.

In this blog, let's take a look at how you can configure Payara Micro for fast startup time by utilizing the class data sharing feature of Eclipse OpenJ9.

Integration Testing using MicroProfile Testing and Payara Micro

 

Integration testing is perceived as difficult, time-consuming and requiring complex setup of 3rd party systems. There are different types of integration testing, such as system, acceptance and release testing, but all types of testing share the need to integrate several units of your application or other systems in your test.

The Present and Future of Java at the GeeCon Conference 2019

Each year, there's one special Java conference for me. It's GeeCon in Prague because Prague is my home city where I work and live and where I know so many great people in the Java community. This year, I had the opportunity to be a part of GeeCon again as a speaker. As is true every year, GeeCon was well organized, with a lot of interesting international and local speakers and a huge crowd of passionate attendees. All of this made the conference exceptional and worth attending.

How to Run and Debug your Payara Micro Application with IntelliJ IDEA

If you want to run and debug your application from within an IDE using Payara Micro, you need to take different steps and use a different configuration then when you run the application with Payara Server. With Payara Micro, you can start the runtime from a jar file with no previous installation step. In this blog, I'll show you the steps to use IntelliJ IDEA with Payara Micro and how you can perform a hot reload of the application.

Rolling Application Upgrades with Payara Micro and Kubernetes

Introduction

Application updates are required as part of the normal maintenance process of your application lifecycle management. These updates should be as smooth as possible, and especially for a micro-services environment, performed with zero-downtime of your Payara Micro application. The Kubernetes Rolling Upgrades feature can help you with this.