What You Can Expect in Jakarta EE 10 and Beyond

View this email in your browser

What You Can Expect in Jakarta EE 10 and Beyond

Jakarta EE 10 is progressing well and is targeted for release in the first quarter of 2022. To help you learn more about the latest updates to Jakarta EE specifications, this month’s newsletter focuses on the functionality, efforts underway, and plans for six Jakarta EE specifications. As always, we also share the latest news from around the Eclipse Foundation community and introduce you to one of our committers.
Happy reading!

Shabnam Mayel
Senior Marketing Manager, Cloud Native Java


Using Eclipse NoSQL Databases With Jakarta EE and MicroProfile

In a Q&A with JAXenter, Otavio Santana explains the basics of the Eclipse JNoSQL functionality and why Java developers should adopt the technology.

Read More

New Features in Jakarta RESTful Web Services 3.1

Santiago Pericas-Geertsen summarizes the enhancements, clarifications, and two new APIs that are being added to Jakarta RESTful Web Services.

Read More

Get to Know Jakarta MVC

Ivar Grimstad recaps the history and current status of Jakarta MVC, and provides a brief introduction to the Model-View-Controller technology.

Read More

5 Things to Know About Jakarta Servlet 6.0 

In an exclusive with TheServerSide, Greg Wilkins reviews the top technology enhancements in Jakarta Servlet 6.0 and explains why a breaking change was needed to advance the specification.

Read More

Jakarta Concurrency: Present and Future  

Steve Millidge explains why developers need Jakarta Concurrency, the primary use cases, main components, and plans for evolution.

Read More

Eclipse GlassFish: Swimming Towards
Jakarta EE 10

Arjan Tijms explores the Jakarta EE compatible implementation and its roots in the Java world.

Read More

Committer Profile

Dmitri Cerkas

Jakarta EE Committer
Dmitri tells us how a response to a blog comment made him want to become a Jakarta EE committer, and why he finds the role rewarding.
Read More

Community Updates

JakartaOne Livestream Is December 7

There’s still time to register for JakartaOne Livestream, our annual one-day conference for everyone with an interest in cloud native Java. Register now for this free, virtual event.  
Read More->


Check Out the Updated Jakarta EE Website

The Jakarta EE website recently got a new look and some helpful new content, so be sure to check it out. Read More->


Discover Oniro, a Vendor Neutral, Open Source OS for Next-Gen Devices

Joining the Oniro community is a rare opportunity to influence the direction of an operating system at its earliest stages. Read More ->


Help Shape the Future of Software-Defined Vehicles

We invite everyone with a vested interest in software-defined vehicles to join global industry leaders as they unite to develop an open source in-vehicle application runtime stack. Read More->

New Projects

Eclipse Open DI provides an implementation of Jakarta CDI-lite specification based on Micronaut framework.
Eclipse Kiso-testing: With this platform, it is possible to write tests by directly using python unittest native like test-cases using the robot-framework keyword-based test-cases. Read More ->
Eclipse Graphene: The goal of this project is to make AI and machine learning accessible to a wide audience by creating an extensible marketplace of reusable solutions, sourced from a variety of AI toolkits and languages that developers can easily use to create their own applications. Read More ->

New Releases

Upcoming Events

Do you know about an event relevant to the Eclipse Foundation community? Submit your event to newsroom.eclipse.org.

Eclipse Foundation · 2934 Baseline Road, Suite 202 · Ottawa, ON K2H 1B2 · Canada