Java in the Cloud

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  • Evolution of Microservices

    For some time now, there has been an undeniable growth in interest for Microservices. The core concept itself, however, is not that new.

    Microservices are an architectural type that builds on (mostly) RESTful web services. Where RESTful web services, in general, can be used for just about anything, for instance, to expose an API to external users, Microservices are specifically dedicated to be independent business services that together form a suite of such services that make up an application.

    Jadon Ortlepp
    Jadon Ortlepp
  • What’s New in the Payara Platform October Release?

    We’re happy to announce that Payara Platform Community 5.2020.5 (direct download here) and Payara Platform Enterprise 5.22.0 (request here) Editions are out!

    With this major release of Payara Platform Enterprise, we’re introducing Payara InSight: a new and improved version of the Community Edition’s Monitoring Console. Enterprise Edition also features some tooling enhancements including IntelliJ support and NetBeans Community Tooling.

    Jadon Ortlepp
    Jadon Ortlepp
    • Java in the Cloud

    Cross-Platform Development in Java with Gluon and GraalVM (Part 2)

    Gluon is a company that enables Java on desktop, embedded, and mobile with a rich, full-featured, JavaFX user interface.

    Gluon embeds GraalVM and brings GraalVM to an audience hungry for performance and full-featured user experiences.

    Gluon enables seamless cloud integration of mobile and embedded experiences, driving increased cloud consumption.

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    Bruno Lowagie
  • Why You Should Join EclipseCon Community Day

    EclipseCon Community Day is on Monday, October 19 14:00 to 18:00 CET (the day before the start of the main EclipseCon conference).

    Community Day at EclipseCon has always been a great event for Eclipse working groups and project teams. This year both EclipseCon and Community Day is virtual and free. Space for Community Day is limited, so please register and save your spot soon.

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    Reza Rahman
    • Java
    • Java in the Cloud

    5 Minute Azure Survey: Java EE, Jakarta EE, and MicroProfile

    The Azure team at Microsoft has been strengthening its commitment and outreach to the Jakarta EE, Java EE, and MicroProfile communities.

    Please help by filling out a quick survey. The survey attempts to understand the common use cases we need to cover in order to best serve your needs.

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    Reza Rahman
  • WebLogic on Azure Virtual Machines Major Release Available

    We are delighted to announce the availability of a major release for solutions to run Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS) on Azure Linux Virtual Machines.

    The release is jointly developed with the WebLogic team as part of the broad-ranging partnership between Microsoft and Oracle.

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    Reza Rahman
  • A Simple Service with Spring Boot

    I will demonstrate how to create a simple Web Service using Spring Boot.  This framework makes it almost effortless to develop web services, so long as the appropriate dependencies are in place.

    In this example, I will create a Web Service that will read the current temperature from a file and make it available to clients via a RESTful endpoint.

    Josh Juneau
    Josh Juneau
  • Container Awareness for Java Developers

    Learn the intricate details of how JVM applications see container resources and how it impacts heap, CPU, and threads.

    When you containerize a Java application, make sure you use a base JDK image that is container-aware so that the JDK can allocate memory and CPU counts properly.

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    Ray Tsang
    • Java
    • Java in the Cloud

    From Azure Active Directory via OpenID Connect to Open Liberty and Java

    Long gone are the days when you had to create your own user account management, authentication, and authorization for your web delivered software. Instead, contemporary applications leverage these functions (Identity and Access Management, IAM for short) from an external provider.

    Let’s take a look at an example on how to configure the Liberty social login feature as an OpenID Connect client to secure Java applications with Azure Active Directory.

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    Reza Rahman

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