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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.
Watch this quick video to learn how to install the open (Java Development Kit) JDK 8 by Azul Systems called Zulu. A JDK is needed to write Java apps. We'll take you step by step through the process of checking to make sure you don't already have a JDK installed through to installation of Zulu.
A REST Service in Java EE can be created using JAX-RS. The contents of such service can be consumed using ordinary HTTP requests to a URL. URLs are typically kept simple and have a logical pattern, so it's easy to type them manually in e.g. a browser. This is different from SOAP, which essentially uses HTTP as well, but is designed to be rather complex and therefor making it not so easy to quickly test something in a browser.
JSF is a component oriented MVC (Model View Controller) framework that's a part of Java EE. It comes with a small set of basic components (widgets), a templating engine, and facilities for converting and validating input. JSF strongly builds on other APIs in Java EE. Request handling is build on top of the Servlet API, binding UI components to Java code is mostly done via Java EE's Expression Language, with the Java code being (named) CDI beans. Validation is often delegated to Bean Validation.
Payara Server 5が既にリリースされていますので、基本的な事柄をブラッシュアップするにはちょうど良い頃でしょう。これから、Payara ServerのCLIでできることをいくつか見てゆきたいと思います。
コマンドライン・インタフェース (CLI) はコマンドライン (またはターミナル) からPayara Serverをコントロールする手段であり、複数の方法でサーバーの起動、停止、編集を行うことができます。管理コンソールでも必要なあらゆる管理操作を実行することはできますが、CLIを用いると、特にヘッドレス・サーバー (GUIを持たないサーバー) を扱う場合において、あらゆる管理タスクをより素早く簡単に実行できる場合があります。
When Appriss tried migrating from GlassFish 3 to Glassfish 4 they encountered problems that prevented a successful migration. Without support from GlassFish, they were simply stuck. Payara engineers assisted Appriss through a Migration & Project Support engagement to resolve all issues and migrate Appriss production GlassFish applications to Payara Server.