Posts tagged Payara Server 5 Basics
There are a lot of monitoring and alert mechanisms available within Payara Server. For example, it is possible to report user requests or database calls that take too long, or to report when high CPU or high memory usage occurs. But it is sometimes not easy to identify 'why' a request takes such a long time.
This is Part 2 of our Payara Server - Back to Basics series, see Part 1 - Installing Payara Server on Ubuntu here.
In order for a web application to run, it must be first deployed on an application server such as Payara Server. Deployment in the context of web applications is the act of installing the application on a server. It allows requests to be handled and so on. This guide will provide you with a few different ways to get your application running.
Follow the steps in this 2 minute video to install NetBeans IDE on Ubuntu so you can get started developing Java EE applications on Payara Server or Payara Micro. Before you start, make sure you have a JDK installed (not just the JRE).