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Published on 13 Sep 2021 by Dominika Tasarz-SochackaTopics: NewsroomTagged interviews, newsroom
Payara was the subject of a business profile in Technology Reseller:
Payara is a born-global, micro multinational software company headquartered in the UK, with offices in Portugal. We are an organisation with a ‘remote first’ hiring approach, meaning we have customers and team members across the world. Our open source software tools are used to build transactional cloud-native web applications, making us a recognised leader in the creation of innovative infrastructure software for today and tomorrow and allowing us to gain a community of users and contributors that span the globe.
Continue reading “Payara CEO Steve Millidge Interviewed in Technology Reseller”
1. For those unfamiliar with Payara, tell us about your clients and the problems you’re trying to solve for them? Also why did you name your company after a large carnivorous fish with big teeth?
Payara Server was created when commercial support ended for a popular application server, Oracle GlassFish, in 2014. This application server supported projects built in the programming language Java, and specifically, using standardised Java APIs for enterprise, Java EE (now Jakarta EE).
When GlassFish was dropped by Oracle, many large enterprises using it – including our first client, BMW – were at a loss for a reliable, supported replacement. This was an opportunity for us to innovate and to provide open software solutions that are currently widely used by community and enterprise users globally.
Continue reading “Business Matters Interviews Steve Millidge, Founder, CEO and CTO of Payara Services”
Published on 09 Sep 2021 by Jadon OrtleppTopics: NewsroomTagged newsroom
Continue reading “Payara Wins Small Business of the Year Award – Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber Business Awards”