The results of the Jakarta EE/MicroProfile alignment survey are summarized here.
This post was written by Otavio Santana, a Brazilian Java Champion and SouJava leader. Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is an umbrella with specifications and APIs for enterprise features such as distributed computing and web services. It is implemented by runtimes that can be micro containers or application servers, which handle transactions, security, scalability, concurrency,Continue reading “Moving Jakarta Forward – Jakarta NoSQL Approved as an EE4J Project”
This post was written by Buhake Sindi, a Java EE Guardian. The results are out and it’s official: Java EE has been retired. This announcement was made by The Eclipse Foundation’s executive director, Mike Milinkovich on his Life at Eclipse blog. Almost 7,000 people voted in our community poll, and over 64% voted in favor of Jakarta EE. GoodbyeContinue reading “Java EE is Officially Retired. It’s Now Called Jakarta EE. How Did We Get Here?”
This post was written by Jean-François James, a Java EE Guardian . I have a dream: that one day the whole Java community would join forces to strengthen its position on server-side applications where movements such as containerization, microservices, cloud-native or serverless are challenging its paradigms. As explained in my previous post, Java EE (Enterprise Edition) won’t go beyondContinue reading “EE4J: An Opportunity for Reconciliation in the Java Ecosystem?”