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Payara Feature: Admin Console

Graphical interface to configure Payara Server and your applications with included help documentation.

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  • Configure Domain and Instances
  • Deploy Applications and Resources
  • Monitor Server – Instances, Applications, Resources
  • Embedded Online Help

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Admin Console Benefits

Why You’ll Want to Use the Admin Console

Configure for Optimal Performance

Within Payara Server’s Admin Console, you can easily configure:

  • JVM settings and system properties
  • Logging and Monitoring settings
  • Web/EJB container and thread pools settings
  • Security and Availability settings

Manage Resources All in One Place

Use the GUI to access and manage your resources, including:

  • DBC Resources and Connection Pools for database access
  • JMS Resources for asynchronous messaging
  • JavaMail Sessions for STMP server access
  • Connectors for external system connections
  • Concurrency Resources

Quick Access to Monitoring Results

Review runtime status of components and services of Payara Server. Admin Console provides direct access to the data from the monitoring service via a simple viewer.

Get Instant Online Help

The embedded online help tool allows quick and easy access to descriptions, procedures and details for correct use of the Payara Server Admin Console.

Find the Source of Issues

The Admin Console Auditing Service in Payara Server will keep track of all actions that are executed (manually or through the asadmin CLI tool) so that you can later determine if any problem was linked to a certain command that was executed.

Automate Actions

The Asadmin Recorder feature will allow you to record the actions you take in the Payara Server Admin Console as asadmin commands. Once enabled, the asadmin command for the corresponding action will be recorded to a file and can be reused later to reduce mistakes.

Ensure Authorized Access

Secure Administration prevents unauthorized access when performing Payara Server configuration remotely by requiring an SSL encrypted connection with a username and password.

E-Book: How to Use the Admin Console in Payara Server

This useful E-Book explains everything you need to know regarding how to use the Admin Console in Payara Server 5.

Payara Server comes with many configuration options. It has more than 100 commands to configure all the different aspects. From changing the memory usage of the JVM, configuring the ports that accept the user requests, the JDBC connection pool configuration, monitoring system, and the additional instances that run your application. The Admin Console, a graphical UI, allows you to configure and monitor your Payara Server environment from within the browser. It gives you an overview of all the different aspects the server handles and allows you to configure the server using an easy-to-use interface.

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Get Started with the Admin Console

Learn How to Use the Admin Console in Payara Server

Basics of Payara Server Admin Console

In this article, learn how to use the Admin Console in Payara Server and explore the concept of the Admin Console and its role in Payara Server.

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Deploy Applications Using Payara Server Admin Console

This article explains how to deploy applications using the Payara Server Admin Console. It also includes a short video on how to deploy applications using NetBeans, the Payara Server Admin Console, or using admin commands.

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How to Join Payara Micro Instances to the Data Grid in the Admin Console

Payara Micro instances can join a cluster automatically. They could also join the Domain Data Grid as well as standalone Payara Server instances. This article explains how to join Payara Micro instances to the Data Grid in the Admin Console.

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Admin Console Blogs

  • How to Join Payara Micro Instances to the Data Grid in the Admin Console 03 Jan 2020

    Payara Micro instances can join a cluster automatically. They could also join the Domain Data Grid as well as standalone Payara Server instances. In this blog, I explain how to join Payara Micro instances to the Data Grid in the Admin Console.

  • Deploy Applications Using Payara Server Admin Console 30 Jul 2019

    In this blog, I will explain how to deploy applications using the Payara Server Admin Console. You can also watch this super short video (under 2 minutes) to see how to deploy applications using NetBeans, the Payara Server Admin Console, or using admin commands.

  • Payaraサーバーへのログインの基本 16 Jul 2019

    ロギングはアプリケーションを上手く動作させる鍵となるコンセプトのひとつです。ログはアプリケーションとサーバーが何をしているのかを示してくれます。そして当然のことながら、ログは何かおかしなことが起こったとき、最初に見るべきところとなります。

  • Payara for Beginners – Payara ServerをEclipse IDEに追加する 19 Sep 2018

    Java EEプロジェクトを作成するにあたって、Eclipseにサーバーを定義してアプリケーションをIDE上でテストできるようにしておくことは重要です。生成物をビルドして手動でPayara Serverにデプロイするよりも、作業がずっとスムーズになります。

  • Payara for Beginners - Payara ServerをNetBeansに追加する 17 Aug 2018

    Payara Server上でアプリをテストする時、IDEと連携してアプリをテストできるようにしておくと非常に便利です (そもそも、そのためのIDEですが)。もしNetBeansを使用しているのなら非常に簡単に実現できます。このブログではPayara ServerをNetBeansにセットアップしてWebアプリを実行するための手順をご紹介します。  

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