J-Spring Digital Make sure you get your spot for the first edition of J-Spring Digital! Four days of Java mayhem are coming at the….
Our webinar series [email protected] brings IT experts into your (home) office. On Thursday, May 14th at 13:00 CEST, Ram Lakshmanan will be putting 7 JVM arguments (out of over 1,000 in total) into the spotlight and showing us how they can be useful when coding our applications.
About the Event This virtual event is a mix of expert talks, demos, and thought-provoking sessions focused on enterprise applications implemented using open source vendor-neutral Jakarta EE (successor of Java EE) and Eclipse MicroProfile specifications on Kubernetes.This event is a great opportunity to meet and interact with the industry and community leaders online, to better understand key aspects of Jakarta EE and MicroProfile technologies and share your ideas with the ecosystem leaders and innovators!
Our April Community Feedback Call will be focusing on using Containers and Container Orchestration tools like Kubernetes and Fargate with the Payara Platform. Agenda- Optimising container images in the Payara Platform- Docker Image repository- Current Container and Orchestration Support- Future ideas- Open DiscussionIf you wish, you can send us your questions before the event via the registration form below.
Our new webinar series [email protected] brings IT experts into your (home) office. On Thursday, April 30th at 13:00 CEST, Thorben Janssen will show us how to use lesser known features of Hibernate to implement common features, such as generating UUIDs as primary keys, quickly.
Java in 2019 was predicted to be business as usual by many. We saw new Java releases coming out as planned, AdoptOpenJDK becoming the main trustful source of binaries, and Oracle fighting for the trademark again by preventing the use of javax as namespace. Everything looked like it would be a silent year for Java, but one thing is obvious: Java’s popularity is not gaining any more traction. New language features keep it up-to-date but people are getting more selective when it comes to implementation choices, especially in the age of containers and cloud infrastructure. This talk walks you through the why and how of Java in containers. We will talk about image size and development and deployment processes.