Jakarta EE 10 and Beyond
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Introduce Jakarta EE 10 highlight, transformation status of jakarta package name (vendor products and IDEs/tools), and Jakarta EE 11 prospects.
|Kenji Kazumura||Session video for session Jakarta EE 10 and Beyond|
Cloud Native journey of Java EE applications with Liberty runtime.
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An IBM OSS project "Open Liberty" and its product version "WebSphere Liberty", are lightweight, high-speed, next-generation application servers that support the latest Jakarta EE and MicroProfile specifications. Fully modulized runtime, Liberty provides a rich set of features, and allows you to select just the features you need with a minimal disk and memory footprint. This session introduces how your existing Java EE systems can be adapted to the cloud-native world with Liberty runtime.
|Takakiyo Tanaka||Session video for session Cloud Native journey of Java EE applications with Liberty runtime.|
CN4J Studio - MicroProfile Config
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MicroProfile Config specification allows a common procedure to provide configuration information to applications from various sources. It is a convenient and useful API for not only microservices but also traditional Java EE applications. With Open Liberty runtime, you can use it with existing Java EE applications.
|Takakiyo Tanaka||Session video for session CN4J Studio - MicroProfile Config|
Red Hat Application Foundations Expanding the Jakarta EE/MicroProfile World
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Jakarta EE (Java EE) covers many specifications required for enterprise systems and enables you to flexibly combine them to create highly reliable applications. Red Hat has introduced Red Hat Application Foundations, a set of middleware products that not only cover the basics, Jakarta EE and MicroProfile, but can also be used in any combination to support more advanced use cases.This session will focus on the benefits of implementing Application Foundations, what products are included, and how to use them.
|Satoshi Seto||Session video for session Red Hat Application Foundations Expanding the Jakarta EE/MicroProfile World|
CN4J Studio - CDI Lite
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Why Jakarta EE/MicroProfile Customers Choose Azure
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Microsoft has been developing and investing in convenient services for Jakarta EE/MicroProfile.Among the developers are Ed Burn, who used to be the spec lead for Servlet/JSF, Antonio Goncalves, the original author of Beginning Java EE 6, and many engineers familiar with Java EE/MicroProfile. With continued investment in Microsoft's Jakarta EE/MicroProfile, it now offers various execution environments such as IaaS, PaaS, Containers, Kubernetes, etc. to meet the needs of creating lift-and-shift and cloud-native apps.Watch this session to understand how to run your enterprise applications in the best cloud environment.
|Yoshio Terada||Session video for session Why Jakarta EE/MicroProfile Customers Choose Azure|
CN4J Studio - An introduction of Jakarta JSON Binding and useful use cases
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JSON-B is a standard JSON binding framework for converting Java objects to and from JSON messages. It defines a default mapping algorithm for converting existing Java classes to JSON and allows developers to customize the mapping content using Java annotations. In this session, we will introduce the basic usage of JSON-B and its convenient usage in combination with other technologies.
|Yoshio Terada||Session video for session CN4J Studio - An introduction of Jakarta JSON Binding and useful use cases|
An ecosystem built with Jakarta EE and Oracle Enterprise Cloud Native Java
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Oracle Enterprise Cloud Native Java is Oracle's essential middleware product line, including WebLogic Server. More than 25 years of adoption around the world, the products have been evolving and the latest Jakarta EE compliant. In this session, you could hear about Oracle's continued contributions for Jakarta EE, and support for Jakarta EE in the product lineup such as WebLogic Server/Coherence/Helidon/Verrazzano with the latest features and future release of those products.
|Takashi Ito||Session video for session An ecosystem built with Jakarta EE and Oracle Enterprise Cloud Native Java|
CN4J Studio - Jakarta Concurrency, now and future
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Jakarta Concurrency provides specifications for using concurrency from application components without compromising container integrity while preserving the fundamental benefits of the Jakarta EE platform. In this session, you can hear the outline of the Concurrency 2.0 specification in Jakarta EE 9 and the Concurrency 3.0 specification scheduled to be implemented in Jakarta EE 10.
|Takashi Ito||Session video for session CN4J Studio - Jakarta Concurrency, now and future|
Fujitsu & Jakarta EE/MicroProfie
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Fujitsu has been developing Java for more than 25 years, and recently joined the Eclipse Foundation as the only Japanese vendor as a Strategic Member, contributing to the development of Jakarta EE/MicroProfile.We have been providing Interstage for more than 20 years and plan to continue providing products incorporating the latest technologies to support stable operation of Java applications.In this session, introduce about Fujitsu's Java efforts, product features, and future delivery plans.
|Yuichi Kusano||Session video for session Fujitsu & Jakarta EE/MicroProfie|
CN4J Studio - Introduction and Usage of MicroProfile Telemetry
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MicroProfile includes MicorProfile OpenTracing for distrubuted tracing as to implement observabilities. From the upcoming MicroProfile 6.0 release, MicroProfile OpenTracing will be replaced to MicroProfile Telemetry. In this session, I'll explain the background of the change to MicroProfile Telemetry and how it works.
|Kouki Kousaka||Session video for session CN4J Studio - Introduction and Usage of MicroProfile Telemetry|
Introduction to Payara 6 Community
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We will very soon release Payara 6 Community with Jakarta EE 10 compatiblility and some new features. As Payara Community Edition will switch from Jakarta EE 8 to Jakarta EE 10, we would like you to know these differences at first. In this talk, I will explain what is changed and how to migrate from Version 5 to 6.
|Kenji Hasunuma||Session video for session Introduction to Payara 6 Community|
|Jakarta EE & MicroProfile Sessions
Serverless Jakarta EE with MicroProfile and CloudRun
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How do you create a serverless EE environment using Google's CloudRun with Quarkus and Helidon? I will talk about what points should be considered in comparison with conventional EE environment.
|koduki||Session video for session Serverless Jakarta EE with MicroProfile and CloudRun|
|Jakarta EE & MicroProfile Sessions
Using Jakarta EE in financial enterprise systems||Hiromi Takahashi||Session video for session Using Jakarta EE in financial enterprise systems|
|Jakarta EE & MicroProfile Sessions
Using MicroProfile5, Getting Started With Cloud-Ready Enterprise Systems
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MicroProfile was released 5 years ago. MicroProfile, which is a cloud-native standard specification that does not require an application server, has finally released version 5. This time, I will use Helidon 3, which is an implementation for MicroProfile 5 that has just been released, and take a look at how it is deployed as a container while keeping in mind the points to be taken care of when designing and implementing it.
|Hirofumi Iwasaki||Session video for session Using MicroProfile5, Getting Started With Cloud-Ready Enterprise Systems|
Pnael Discussion||Takashi Ito||Session video for session Pnael Discussion|