TomEE: A Tutorial on MicroProfile Fault Tolerance

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This is the final of a series of 3 articles dedicated to the MicroProfile Fault Tolerance. We started by introducing and giving an overview of the specification in “MicroProfile Fault Tolerance, Take 2”. Next, we explained the different annotations and their options in “MicroProfile Fault Tolerance Annotations”. Now we take a look at practical MicroProfile Fault Tolerance examples using TomEE 7.1.  This version of TomEE is compliant with MicroProfile v1.2 and includes the Geronimo Safegard library implementing the Fault Tolerance v1.0 spec. The MicroProfile Samples project We’ll be using the microprofile-samples project created by Roberto Cortez and which is available on…

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Jakarta EE: Into the Fourth Epoch

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This year, enterprise Java is undergoing the biggest change in the 20-year history of the platform.  Although a big part of this is the brand change from Java EE to Jakarta EE, the most important is a new openness and the technical direction. With the transition to the auspicious of the Eclipse Foundation and a new focus on cloud-native and microservices, this year demarcates a new Epoch in the story of enterprise Java. [REVISED: changes in the timeline were made on May 12th to match feedback and corrections from the community ] A Brief History of Enterprise Java I like…

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