TomEE and Tomitribe Videos to Watch
If you are looking for more information about TomEE or Tomitribe, here is a collection of videos we’ve assembled to make your life easier.
APACHE TOMEE…RECOMMENDED TO ALL OF YOU
“Our team evaluate a migration from Glassfish to another Application Server, we tried JBoss but we didn’t get satisfied, in that moment we see an interview where +David Blevins was talking about TomEE…. Our app now is running with TomEE and other frameworks without any problem. We are still using Apache TomEE and really i recommend to all of you.”
With the acknowledgement by Equifax that the massive breach of over 143 million customer records was caused by an unpatched vulnerability in Struts2, we try and slow down a bit to talk about who is responsible for this, the creators of the open source solutions or the people who use them. In this broadcast, we speak with David Blevins, CEO of Tomitribe and Brian Fox, CTO of Sonatype. Listen to the podcast: Struts2 Vulnerabilities Read Apache Software Foundation blog post by René Gielen: Apache Struts Statement on Equifax Security Breach
Contributing to the project and its website is a great ways to support the Apache TomEE community. Check out this video on how to improve the website with your contribution. Ivan Junckes Filho, Tomitribe Software Engineer, will show you how with step-by-step instructions.
MicroProfile is a new platform definition that optimizes Enterprise Java for a microservices architecture and delivers application portability across multiple runtimes. You can use a subset of the Java EE spec to develop MicroProfile applications, with JAX-RS, CDI and JSON-P. Now you need to make it highly available and scalable across a large number of machines. The session will feature a live coding demo where we will turn this Microprofile application, into a fully clustered application using a CDI extension and producers to integrate Hazelcast as a JCache provider. Finally, to show you how light it is, we will run … Continued
Get to know the sponsors of Devoxx US 2017 with Stephan Janssen, starting with Oracle, the steward of Java. Part two of this “Pit Walk” interview includes a super cool demo by David Blevins using Apache TomEE & Tomitribe’s Tribestream running on two stacks of Raspberry Pis, showing: Highly available setup with TomEE Live server and app monitoring dashboards Security with Tribestream API Gateway
The learning curve for security is severe and unforgiving. Specifications promise infinite flexibility, habitually give old concepts new names, are riddled with extensions, and almost seem designed to deliberately confuse. For a back-end REST developer, choking all this down for the first time is mission impossible. With an aggressive distaste for fancy terminology, this session delves into OAuth 2.0 as it pertains to REST and shows how it falls into two camps: stateful and stateless. The presentation also details a competing Amazon-style approach called HTTP Signatures and digs into the architectural differences of all three, with a heavy focus on … Continued
“MicroProfile, Apache TomEE Now & Beyond” by Otávio Santana & Andy Gumbrecht What is MicroProfile? Who is involved? MicroProfile Release Philosophy Release Schedule Learning our way Forward Awesome Starter projects and more
The best of two presentations into one at JUG Darmstadt (talk overview): Extensibility CDI Scopes EJB & CDI Under the Covers Java EE 6-7 Functions New API Opportunities with Java 8 Killing Annotations Shift from Declarative to Programmatic Java EE 8?
From J2EE to Java EE, much has changed. The addition of annotations to the Java language to eliminate complex deployment descriptors, testability through embeddable plain Java SE containers, shrinking the platform to half its size via the Java EE Web Profile, creation of CDI, and focus on a single strong component model. Java EE is always reinventing itself. Part greatest hits, glimpse into the future, and call to action, this presentation covers select must-know changes the Java EE platform has taken from the J2EE days to Java EE 7, with a strong focus on possible futures for Java EE 8. … Continued
You’ve created a Java EE application using a REST front-end on top of a relational database using JPA. Now you want to make it highly available and scalable across a large number of machines. In this webinar, you will learn how to turn a standard Java EE application, step-by-step, into a fully clustered application. Starting with a simple JAX-RS/JPA application, Jonathan Gallimore will show you how to cluster using CDI extension and producers to integrate Hazelcast as a JCache provider.
Petya Grozdarska interviews David Blevins – founder of Tomitribe, co-founder of TomEE, regular speaker at Java-focused conferences. Hear what David has to say about the attitude and evolution of Open Source software and Java technology over the past 10 years. Open source has come along a long way. It once played a narrow role and has grown into a broadly used technology. This next chapter of Open Source will be to figure out sustainability models. So get involved and make that difference.
David Blevins’ commitment to making a lightweight Java EE container has finally paid off with TomEE being certified as a JavaEE compliant web container. Blevins sat down with O’Reilly Media at Oracle’s OpenWorld/JavaOne 2011 to discuss the project, what it means for Java developers, and dig into some of the issues and challenges surrounding specification certification on the Java platform.
Making its Java EE 6 Web Profile certification debut at JavaOne 2011, Apache TomEE combines the simplicity of Tomcat with the power of Java EE. The first half of this session introduces TomEE and shows how Tomcat applications leveraging Java EE technologies can become simpler and lighter with a Java EE 6 certified solution built right on Tomcat. The second half, for those already familiar with TomEE, goes into detail on the latest advancements, testing techniques such as Arquillian, clustering features, and production considerations. If you’re a Tomcat lover or a TomEE enthusiast, this is the session you don’t want … Continued
Sortie en Octobre 2011, Apache TomEE suscite le buzz en se posant clairement comme une alternative légère aux serveurs d’applications JEE historiques.Apache Tomcat reste de loin le conteneur le plus utilisé dans les entreprises au détriment des serveurs d’applications plus lourds. Depuis JEE 6 et l’apparition des profiles, la communauté OpenEJB a proposé d’enrichir Apache Tomcat pour en faire une distribution certifiée Web Profile tout en gardant ce qui fait la force d’OpenEJB depuis son début : sa simplicité, sa puissance et ses nombreuses fonctionnalités très riches (SSHd, intégration Maven, OSGi, etc).L’objectif final est de permettre aux entreprises de pouvoir … Continued
Apache TomEE is the Java EE 6 Web Profile certified version of Apache Tomcat and combines the simplicity of Tomcat with the power of Java EE. In this JAXConf 2013 presentation David Blevins starts off by introducing TomEE and shows how Tomcat applications leveraging Java EE technologies can become simpler and lighter with a Java EE 6 certified solution built right on Tomcat. David then focuses on showcasing some of the details, including latest advancements, testing techniques like Arquillian, clustering features and production considerations.