Server Vendors Providing Java EE/Jakarta EE and MicroProfile Runtimes
- Introduction. Jakarta EE (formerly J2EE)
- Red Hat JBoss EAP
- IBM WebSphere Liberty
Introduction. Jakarta EE (formerly J2EE)
- Wikipedia: Payara Server
- Payara Java EE/Jakarta EE Application Server and MicroProfile implementation.
- Dzone: Automate Deployments to Payara Application Server
- Dzone: Easy Java EE Microservices With Payara Micro
- Dzone: Getting Started With Java EE 8, Payara 5 and Eclipse Oxygen
- Dzone: What’s New in Payara Server and Payara Micro 5?
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Red Hat JBoss EAP
- Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP)
- developers.redhat.com: Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform expansion pack 1.0 (JBoss EAP XP) released Red Hat recently released the first Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform expansion pack (JBoss EAP XP) version 1.0. This version enables JBoss EAP developers to build Java microservices using Eclipse MicroProfile 3.3 APIs while continuing to also support Jakarta EE 8. This article goes into detail on the nature of this new offering and an easy way to get started.
- Dzone: Building a Mission-Critical Open Source Java Platform - The Web Layer Currently the Java platform is one of the most consolidated in the world, much of this is due to platform’s ability to support other languages such as Kotlin…
- Dzone: Jakarta EE & Wildfly Running on Kubernetes Learn how to create a custom Wildfly instance that runs a Jakarta EE appplications through Kubernetes.
- opensource.com: Get started with WildFly for Java web development WildFly is a popular choice for developers who want to develop enterprise-ready applications.
IBM WebSphere Liberty
- WebSphere Liberty from IBM
- IBM open sources WebSphere Liberty code to support Java microservices and cloud-native apps
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