Posts tagged Payara Server
You probably know that a DAS, or Domain Administration Server is an instance of Payara Server, but you probably don't know that from the console of Payara Server you can now manage an instance of Payara Micro directly from the DAS. This means from within the admin console you can send your asadmin commands directly to any Payara Micro instance within your cluster.
Azure Container Instances allow you to rapidly deploy containers to the Microsoft Azure cloud without having to manage virtual machines and the corresponding infrastructure. Container Instances can be used to rapidly deploy Java EE and MicroProfile applications using Payara Micro as the underlying platform for your Cloud Native applications.
The Payara Platform is perfect for deploying Jakarta EE and MicroProfile applications on Microsoft Azure. One rapid option for deploying on Azure is to use Azure Application Services, especially Web App for Containers. The WebApp for Containers service allows you to rapidly deploy production Payara Micro applications onto Azure in seconds, allowing both rapid horizontal and vertical scaling on demand.
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You can Install Payara Server as a Service to Automatically Start on Boot
In the previous guide, we’ve seen how we can configure the Payara Platform to connect to a database and use the datasource from an application. This guide walks you through the process of building an application to store and retrieve data from the database.