The Many Ways Jakarta EE Opens the Door to Innovation
As we lead up to the Jakarta EE 10 release and a very busy fall, we thought it would be a good time to take a closer look at how Jakarta EE is enabling new innovations in cloud native application development.
To get started, Ivar Grimstad takes us through the main reasons organizations of all sizes, and with varied interests, are adopting Jakarta EE and contributing to the technology code base.
Tetiana Fydorenchyk follows up with a look at the Cargo Tracker application and explains how the Jelastic team deployed the application to a Kubernetes environment using GitHub Actions workflows.
We also introduce you to Jan Supol, a dedicated committer to 12 Jakarta EE projects under the EE4J umbrella.
And finally, in our Community Updates section, we highlight upcoming opportunities to connect with your fellow community members and learn more about Jakarta EE and the other technologies hosted at the Eclipse Foundation.
Why Jakarta EE is Taking Off Globally
Ivar Grimstad reviews some of the key strategic and technical advantages that make Jakarta EE the ideal choice for organizations developing cloud native enterprise Java applications.
The Jakarta EE community is hosting a number of events between now and the end of the year. Check the complete list and get involved to learn more about Jakarta EE and share your expertise. Read More ->
Learn How To Automatically Deploy Jakarta EE Apps in the Cloud
Download Payara’s new eBook to learn how Payara Cloud’s serverless architecture allows you to build and run Jakarta EE web apps without dealing with infrastructure management. Read More->
Eclipse Angus provides implementations of Jakarta Activation and Jakarta Mail. Read More ->Eclipse Plato is the project where the community collaborates to manage the OSPO.Zone website and the associated body of knowledge. The project uses Hugo and markdown to lower the barrier to entry for new contributors. Read More ->Eclipse Mission Control enables you to monitor and manage Java applications without introducing the performance overhead normally associated with these types of tools. Read More ->