Jakarta EE

  • Do Java/Jakarta EE Standards Matter?

    In this myth-busting webinar, Steve Millidge, founder of Payara, will show you why standards like Java EE (i.e., now Jakarta EE) are beneficial. 

    If you’ve been thinking standards like Jakarta EE don’t matter, this video will show you how having standards gives you the opportunity to develop future proof applications, among other benefits.

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  • Foojay Podcast #3: Journey to Jakarta EE

    Foojay community members discuss the modernization of Jakarta EE applications from the older Java EE form, including backwards-compatibility, as well as forwards-excitement about cool new developments like Microprofile.

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  • Tomcat and TomEE Clustering Automation

    Apache Tomcat is an open-source application server maintained by the Apache community. It is one of the most popular solutions for hosting Java applications due to its ease-of-use and lightweight yet versatile functionality.

    Learn how how to install automatically clustered Tomcat and TomEE servers on Jelastic to get a highly available solution that can efficiently serve a large number of users, process high traffic, and be reliable!

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  • Is the Java/Jakarta EE Deployment Model Out of Date?

    In this myth-busting webinar, Steve Millidge, founder of Payara, will show you why the Java EE/Jakarta EE deployment model is not old fashioned or out of date. 

    If you think you have to switch to Spring for a modern deployment model, this video will show you how the Jakarta EE deployment model using thin WARs allows you to modernize your application development, today!

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  • Is Java/Jakarta EE Cloud-Native?

    If you’ve been hearing that Java/Jakarta EE is not Cloud-native or it’s difficult to get your Java/Jakarta EE applications running in the Cloud, watch this webinar to see why that’s not true and how you can continue using your existing Java/Jakarta EE development skills to modernize your application development!

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  • Introduction to New AutoScale Feature Available in Payara Server

    When AutoScale is fully developed, not only will it allow you to change the number of instances in the Deployment Group by implementing additional asadmin commands, but it will also signal the routing systems of the changed configuration and automatically trigger a change in size based on rules around resource usage.

    In this first step of the AutoScale development, we have introduced the concept of the Scaling Group into Payara Server Community Edition 5.2021.4 which can alter the number of instances in a Deployment group and implement it for SSH nodes.

    The AutoScale feature is in continuous development, with improvements and additional functionality (including addressing the routing issue) planned in our future releases.

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  • Jakarta EE Application Deployment to Kubernetes Cluster in Jelastic PaaS

    Recently, Jelastic were asked to sponsor cloud hosting of a Jakarta EE project, called Cargo Tracker.

    Being a member of Jakarta EE Working Group, Jelastic wanted to support the community and thus we started to run this application at one of our service providers (Scaleforce).

    In this article, we would like to show how to deploy the Jakarta EE projects to the Kubernetes cluster within Jelastic PaaS using Cargo Tracker as an example.

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  • Automatic WildFly Clustering in Managed Domain Mode and Scaling inside Containers

    How to extend WildFly from standalone server to cluster in managed domain mode inside containers for running cloud-native scalable applications?

    There is no need to rebuild the whole application architecture in order to gain the required outcome from both managed domain mode and container technology.

    Migration of legacy projects from VMs to micro clusters with system containers is not that painful at all.

    It brings a “rich taste” of flexibility and efficiency for increasing competitive advantage.

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  • Getting Started with Jakarta EE 9: Context And Dependency Injection (CDI)

    In this article of the Getting Started with Jakarta EE series, we look at various specifications and how you can use them in your next application.

    We explain a few features of Context and Dependency Injection (CDI). The CDI specification is an important backbone of Jakarta EE as it brings several specifications together. Over the years, it became more and more important as an increasing number of specifications started using CDI as the basis for it.

    In this article, we will also tell you a bit about the different scopes, the interceptor mechanism, and the Event system.

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  • Jakarta EE 9.1 Released!

    The Jakarta EE Working Group Releases Jakarta EE 9.1 as Industry Continues to Embrace Open Source Enterprise Java!

    Jakarta EE 9.1 adds support for Java SE 11 runtimes to the foundational Jakarta EE 9 release.

    This gives developers more flexibility when migrating from previous Jakarta EE releases.

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  • Why Java Developers Continue to Rely on Jakarta EE

    Over the past year, the Eclipse Foundation spoke to leading Java developers around the world to discuss why they rely on Jakarta EE and the unique benefits of using Jakarta EE technologies.

    Their input is captured in our white paper, which describes the important advantages Jakarta EE offers today and for the future.

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