Jakarta EE is the successor to the established Java EE platform. What does this actually mean, what are the differences and how does Jakarta EE compare to similar frameworks like Spring? Even more important, can Jakarta EE be a fit for your projects, even if scalability is a requirement? There are certainly possibilities for you … Meer lezenBuilding Microservices with Jakarta EE and MicroProfile
Presently, there is a battle of frameworks going on that compete for being the best “rightsizing” framework, tailored for building and running microservices as efficiently as possible. However, there is an older, yet proven concept available to run enterprise applications, that doesn’t apply the concept of rightsizing. On the contrary, it provides access to the … Meer lezenThe Power of the Application Server
A few days ago, the Eclipse Foundation has announced on their blog that the Java brand is no longer allowed in future versions of the Jakarta EE platform. That means that Oracle allows Jakarta EE to use the Java EE related code and artificats as-is, until a modification occurs on these items from where they … Meer lezenTransitioning Java EE to the Jakarta EE namespace
Payara is a Java EE 8 / Jakarata EE 8 compliant application server, also implementing MicroProfile. Next to the traditional Payara Server, the company also provides you with the option of running your enterprise applications with Payara Micro. Since both editions of Payara can run your Jakarta EE based enterprise applications, which edition should you … Meer lezenPayara Server or Payara Micro?
Maven let’s you define the artifacts that you want to include in your Java based project. Whether you want to include the artifcts in your own build artifacts, or just want to have them available to compile against, you can decide what is applicable for your situation. In a Java EE / Jakarta EE / … Meer lezenTo BOM or not to BOM