Find Payara’s Fabio Turizo at JConf Centroamerica 2020.
This is an annual event aimed at promoting Java Virtual Machine (JVM) technology in the Central American region. It involves the Java User Groups of Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador and Panama, and this year will be virtual.
JConf Centroamerica 2020 es un evento anual dirigido a promover las tecnologías JVM (Java Virtual Machine) en la región. Cuenta con la participación de los Java User Groups (JUGs) de Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador y Panamá quienes a partir de la actual realidad que nos ha traído el COVID-19 hemos decidido realizar un solo evento virtual, naciendo así la conferencia más grande sobre tecnologías JVM en Centroamérica.
Now includes clients using Aarch64 (Arm 64-Bit) architectures
SUNNYVALE, Calif, and Malvern, United Kingdom, November 19, 2020 – Azul, provider of the world’s most trusted open source Java platform, and Payara Services Ltd (Payara), provider of best in class Jakarta EE and MicroProfile compatible supported application servers, today announced that it has extended its agreement to ship Azul’s Zulu Enterprise builds of OpenJDK with Payara Platform Enterprise as part of the included support services of Payara Server and Payara Micro. This ensures that Payara Enterprise includes the most secure builds of OpenJDK, supports clients with more versions of Java and reduces clients’ infrastructure costs while increasing their development flexibility free of complicated license commitments to Oracle.
Virtual business events were common even before the coronavirus pandemic – but today, businesses are finding ways to hold most events and conferences online. Not only that, but it’s become the norm for entire organizations to work remotely, holding meetings over phone or video conference calls and collaborating with coworkers via Office 365, Google Docs, and screen sharing.
Payara’s Rudy De Busscher will deliver a demonstration, ‘How Class Data Sharing Can Speed up Your Jakarta EE Application Startup’ at jLove Conference, December 4th.
The online-only conference for Java developers takes place 4 – 5 December, and is designed to help students, programmers with experience, experts in Java and Java champions alike learn more about Java.
Payara Cloud: It’s What Cloud-Native Should Be. Join our demo on December 2nd 2020, at 03.00 PM GMT.
As an app developer we know you’re expected to do everything from writing the code to deploying the application. We also know the potential problems you face when provisioning the Jakarta EE runtime, TLS and SSL certificates, the Pod, setting up your containers, and the nightmare of making it all work with Kubernetes…
And so we’re creating an easier way to run your apps on the cloud. Save time and effort and deploy your apps faster with the next generation of cloud-native application server: Payara Cloud!
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities virtually from November 17 – 20, 2020. Continue reading “Payara at KubeCon / CloudNativeCon North America: Eclipse Foundation Virtual Booth”
Please join us for the Payara Platform November Release Webinar on Wednesday, Nov 18, 2020 15:00 PM BST / 10:00 AM EST.
We are now organising our community events via Meetup to make it easier for you to stay up to date with our current and upcoming events! We hope to grow a vibrant community there, where we can discuss, share and collaborate. Events will include announcements, releases, roadmaps, JUGs and conference talks! Sounds interesting? Then make sure you join here. Continue reading “Join our November Release Virtual Event, Now Via Meetup!”
The Eclipse Foundation provides an environment for Open Source collaboration and innovation. It is home to more than 375 projects – including runtimes, tools and frameworks. Oracle donated Java EE and related GlassFish technologies to the Eclipse Foundation in 2017. With Payara Platform based on the former Oracle GlassFish Server software, our Founder and Technical Director Steve Millidge knew it made sense to join the Foundation to advance Jakarta EE, the successor to Java EE.
This case study, created by the Eclipse Foundation with our input, provides more details on our membership and how it advances our work – largely in Steve’s own words.