Running Your Java EE 8 Application in the Cloud How to use Oracle Cloud, Docker, and GlassFish 5 to run an application using Java EE 8 features by Elder Moraes

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Are you a Java server-side developer? Do you work with Java EE, microservices, Spring, or cloud computing? If so, you have many reasons to consider the powerful new features of Java EE 8. HTML5, HTTP/2, JSON-P, Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI), cloud support, and other cool innovations are reason enough for a big celebration.

I will show you how to use Oracle Cloud, Docker, and GlassFish 5 to run an application using Java EE 8 features. Want to try the new model-view-controller (MVC 1.0) and JAX-RS, or are you curious about the performance of Servlet 4? You can explore all of this today—with confidence.

A Quick Look at Java EE

The Java EE platform has been, for a long time, a standard for enterprise applications. It is a community-driven specification.

Millions of developers around the world use its APIs in their projects. Thousands of companies rely on solutions based on this specification. Dozens of vendors providers applications servers built on its standards. Read the complete article here.

 

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