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The platform of choice for containerized Jakarta EE (Java EE) microservices deployments.
Payara Micro Enterprise is the lightweight middleware platform of choice for containerized Jakarta EE application deployments. Less than 90MB, Payara Micro requires no installation, configuration, or code rewrites – so you can build and deploy a fully working app within minutes.
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Compatible with MicroProfile, Payara Micro is the microservices-ready version of Payara Server. You can run WAR files from the command line without any application server installation. Automatic and elastic clustering makes Payara Micro the open source platform of choice for running Jakarta EE (Java EE) applications in a modern virtualized infrastructure.
Payara Micro also comes with a Java API to embed and launch from your own Java applications.
Payara Micro Data Sheet
Leverage existing Java EE programming skills to build new microservices applications on cloud.
Deploy apps immediately – no installation, configuration, or code rewrites required.
Migrate current architecture to a microservices architecture & cloud-native capability of next generation applications.
Develop, test, and deploy containerized Jakarta EE applications in any environment: public, private, or multi-cloud.
Provides automatic and elastic clustering.
Monitoring & diagnostics to discover and fix problems before they become major issues.
Monthly releases, bug fixes, and patches ensure security and stability of your production environment.
10-year software lifecycle.
Community innovations adopted when fully tested and ready for mission critical production usage.
Migration & Project Support, 24×7, or 10×5 support options included.
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Data Grid Encryption offers end-to-end encryption to store and exchange sensitive information between instances securely. Information exchanged with Data Grid Encryption can only be read by the Payara instance.
The Domain Data Grid makes it easy to create a cluster of Payara instances running your application and works right out-of-the-box in variety of network topologies with little to no configuration needed for Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Kubernetes, and LAN environments.
High Availability for the Domain Data Grid ensures there is always a backup of application and system information, such as web session information, stored in the event an instance goes down. The data is redistributed when a new instance joins the Domain Data Grid.
Payara Health Check automatically monitors the health of the system and alerts you in the event of abnormal conditions. When used with the Notification Service, you can detect undesired behavior, predict possible failures, and trigger alerts to an external system with little to no impact on your application’s performance.
The Payara Platform Monitoring Service identifies possible issues for troubleshooting, checks performance against specified rules, and sends alerts of potential problem areas.
Request Tracing in the Payara Platform helps you understand the cause of slow application performance. It’s compatible with the MicroProfile OpenTracing specification so you can use any data generated in any OpenTracing tool (such as Zipkin and Jaeger).
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You won’t have to worry about upgrading a year or two after you implement Payara Micro Enterprise as our Enterprise software has a 10-Year Software Lifecycle to maintain the stability of your production environment.
Learn how to install the tools and software required to create a Hello World application and deploy it in Payara Micro. This video tutorial is ideal for developers just getting started with Payara Micro to see how it works. Follow this step-by-step demo to install Java, Maven, an IDE, and download Payara Micro.
In this myth-busting webinar, Steve Millidge (founder of Payara), will show you that Java EE can do microservices. In this webinar, learn: