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Cloud Native Applications with Jakarta EE

Cloud Native Applications with Jakarta EE

Author: Kamalmeet Singh

Publisher: BPB Publications

ISBN: 9789390684892

Category: Computers

Page: 232

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Deploy serverless and scalable cloud-native applications with Jakarta EE KEY FEATURES ● Example-driven approach crafted specially for developers and architects. ● Covers all core areas for cloud-native development. ● Step-by-step implementation of core concepts, including application scalability and security, serverless, and containerization. DESCRIPTION The book helps readers to get a basic understanding of features provided by the cloud and core concepts of cloud native development. A hands-on approach makes sure that after reading the book, one can straight away implement the concepts in their daily design and development activities. The book starts with the basics of cloud computing and moves on to understanding the core concepts to create a production-ready cloud-native application. The book helps readers to develop a code that is testable and maintainable to support Agile cloud native development. This book also talks about the security and scalability aspects of applications which are the backbone of any large-scale application. The book covers advanced cloud-native application development approaches using containers and serverless approaches. The book will help readers to get ready for a cloud-native development journey. Whether one is creating a small application or a large-scale application, core concepts explained in this book remain relevant and will work as a guiding light for developers and architects. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN ● Explains the core features that are part of cloud computing. ● Build applications that are fast to market due to testability and maintainability. ● Build applications that are secured against vulnerabilities. ● Build applications that are easy to scale. WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR The book is meant for software developers, architects, and technical readers who want to learn about Cloud-based application development. Basic knowledge of the Java programming language or Jakarta EE platform is expected to understand code examples used in the book. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Cloud Computing 2. Design for Cloud 3. Major Players in Cloud Computing 4. Sample Application Using Jakarta EE 5. Testing Cloud-Native Applications 6. Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery 7. Securing Cloud-Based Applications 8. Scalability 9. Monitoring, Alerting, and Reporting 10. Containers 11. Serverless Computing 12. Best Practices for Developing Cloud-Native Applications

Hands-On Cloud-Native Microservices with Jakarta EE

Hands-On Cloud-Native Microservices with Jakarta EE

Author: Luigi Fugaro

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781788834421

Category: Computers

Page: 352

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Discover how cloud-native microservice architecture helps you to build dynamically scalable applications by using the most widely used and adopted runtime environments Key FeaturesBuild robust cloud-native applications using a variety of toolsUnderstand how to configure both Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Docker clouds for high availabilityExplore common design patterns used in building and deploying microservices architecture.Book Description Businesses today are evolving rapidly, and developers now face the challenge of building applications that are resilient, flexible, and native to the cloud. To achieve this, you'll need to be aware of the environment, tools, and resources that you're coding against. The book will begin by introducing you to cloud-native architecture and simplifying the major concepts. You'll learn to build microservices in Jakarta EE using MicroProfile with Thorntail and Narayana LRA. You'll then delve into cloud-native application x-rays, understanding the MicroProfile specification and the implementation/testing of microservices. As you progress further, you'll focus on continuous integration and continuous delivery, in addition to learning how to dockerize your services. You'll also cover concepts and techniques relating to security, monitoring, and troubleshooting problems that might occur with applications after you've written them. By the end of this book, you will be equipped with the skills you need to build highly resilient applications using cloud-native microservice architecture. What you will learnIntegrate reactive principles in MicroProfile microservices architectureExplore the 12-factors-app paradigm and its implicationsGet the best out of Java versions 8 and 9 to implement a microservice based on ThorntailUnderstand what OpenShift is and why it is so important for an elastic architectureBuild a Linux container image using Docker and scale the application using KubernetesImplement various patterns such as, Circuit Breaker and bulkheadsGet to grips with the DevOps methodology using continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD)Who this book is for This book is for developers with basic knowledge of Java EE and HTTP-based application principles who want to learn how to build, test and scale Java EE microservices. No prior experience of writing microservices in Java EE is required.

Pro Cloud Native Java EE Apps

Pro Cloud Native Java EE Apps

Author: Luqman Saeed

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484288998

Category: Computers

Page: 0

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This professional guide to Java-based cloud native apps DevOps dives deeper into building and deploying production ready cloud native apps using the increasingly popular open source Eclipse MicroProfile framework, Jakarta EE 10 APIs and the most popular Kubernetes container orchestration tool. After a quick overview of Jakarta EE and MicroProfile, Pro Cloud Native Java EE Apps starts you on your way by walking you through a cloud-native Jakarta EE-based application case study that will be forged piece-by-piece over the course of the book. Next, you'll interject dependencies and data persistence capabilities as microservices to go with the case study app that you are building. Next, you'll employ the REST API using Jakarta REST APIs and the MicroProfile RESTClient. You'll also explore ways to add resilience to your app, keep count with metrics, check on your app's health, secure your app, and test and complete your production-ready cloud-native app. Finally, you'll dive into migrating a monolith to become a production ready cloud-native app. After reading this book, you'll be able to build your own production ready cloud-native Java app using Jakarta EE and MicroProfile. What You Will Learn Build and deploy a production-ready cloud-native Java app using MicroProfile, Jakarta EE and Kubernetes Migrate a monolith app to become a cloud-native app Employ Jakarta EE APIs such as Persistence, CDI and more Leverage the MicroProfile framework Explore configurations, resilience, metrics, health, security, and more for your cloud-native apps Who This Book Is ForThose software developers and programmers with at least some prior experience using Jakarta EE, MicroProfile. At least some prrior Java experience is expected.

Practical Cloud-Native Java Development with MicroProfile

Practical Cloud-Native Java Development with MicroProfile

Author: Emily Jiang

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781801072052

Category: Computers

Page: 404

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Written by leading MicroProfile experts, this book provides you with best practices for building enterprise-grade cloud-native applications using MicroProfile 4.1 and running them on Open Liberty with Docker, Kubernetes, and Istio Key Features Apply your knowledge of MicroProfile APIs to develop cloud-native applications Use MicroProfile Health to provide the startup, liveness, and readiness status of your enterprise application Build an end-to-end stock trader project and containerize it to deploy to the cloud with Istio interaction Book Description In this cloud-native era, most applications are deployed in a cloud environment that is public, private, or a combination of both. To ensure that your application performs well in the cloud, you need to build an application that is cloud native. MicroProfile is one of the most popular frameworks for building cloud-native applications, and fits well with Kubernetes. As an open standard technology, MicroProfile helps improve application portability across all of MicroProfile's implementations. Practical Cloud-Native Java Development with MicroProfile is a comprehensive guide that helps you explore the advanced features and use cases of a variety of Jakarta and MicroProfile specifications. You'll start by learning how to develop a real-world stock trader application, and then move on to enhancing the application and adding day-2 operation considerations. You'll gradually advance to packaging and deploying the application. The book demonstrates the complete process of development through to deployment and concludes by showing you how to monitor the application's performance in the cloud. By the end of this book, you will master MicroProfile's latest features and be able to build fast and efficient cloud-native applications. What you will learn Understand best practices for applying the 12-Factor methodology while building cloud-native applications Create client-server architecture using MicroProfile Rest Client and JAX-RS Configure your cloud-native application using MicroProfile Config Secure your cloud-native application with MicroProfile JWT Become well-versed with running your cloud-native applications in Open Liberty Grasp MicroProfile Open Tracing and learn how to use Jaeger to view trace spans Deploy Docker containers to Kubernetes and understand how to use ConfigMap and Secrets from Kubernetes Who this book is for This book is for Java application developers and architects looking to build efficient applications using an open standard framework that performs well in the cloud. DevOps engineers who want to understand how cloud-native applications work will also find this book useful. A basic understanding of Java, Docker, Kubernetes, and cloud is needed to get the most out of this book.

Jakarta EE for Java Developers

Jakarta EE for Java Developers

Author: Rhuan Rocha

Publisher: BPB Publications

ISBN: 9789355510082

Category: Computers

Page: 310

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Develop Enterprise Systems on Cloud Infrastructure Using a Rich Java Ecosystem. KEY FEATURES ● Every chapter and concept is illustrated through the use of the Jakarta Project. ● Extensive hands-on demonstration of Jakarta EE specifications and capabilities. ● Practical examples of securing Java applications with Jakarta Security are provided. DESCRIPTION This book provides a practical introduction to Enterprise Java Edition, Jakarta EE, including detailed features and capabilities. Equipped with numerous projects, each chapter demonstrates Jakarta EE capabilities with clean coding. The book starts with an introduction to Jakarta EE and its architecture. This will help to create a project using the Jakarta Servlet and exposure of an HTTP endpoint. The CDI is then used to inject dependencies, work with events asynchronously, and interact with CDI interceptors. Then, in the RESTful style, it can help to create a Jakarta RESTful resource to expose HTTP endpoints. We then investigate the Jakarta Enterprise Bean, which teaches us how to manage transactions and schedule tasks. The Jakarta Persistence is then used to integrate an application into a relational database, and the Jakarta Message is used to create an application using the Message Oriented Middleware (MOM). In terms of security, we use Jakarta Security to secure the endpoint of a Jakarta application. By the end of this book, the reader will be able to set up a Jakarta project and write applications that expose HTTP endpoints, integrate with a database, and deal with authentication and authorization. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN ● Create and use Servlets to build applications. ● Get to know CDI and practice how to create the CDI Interceptor and Decorator. ● Learn to build RESTful services and make use of Jakarta Enterprise Bean in your application. ● Use Jakarta Servlet and Jakarta RESTful to expose HTTP endpoints. ● Create a relational database-integrated application. ● Use authentication and authorization to build a secure application. WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR This book is for Java developers who want to learn how to create a Jakarta project, work with the Jakarta EE specifications, and use it in best practices. AUTHOR BIO Rhuan Rocha is Principal Software Engineer at DigiBee, a Jakarta EE specialist, and Co-founder of Cloud Conference Day. Throughout your career, he has developed many Enterprise Java applications for private companies and governments in Brazil, using Java EE/Jakarta EE and technologies of its ecosystem. Rhuan Rocha is an Open Source contributor and contributed to JNoSQL, RestEasy, TomEE, Quarkus, and others.

Building Modern Web Applications With Jakarta EE, NoSQL Databases and Microservices

Building Modern Web Applications With Jakarta EE, NoSQL Databases and Microservices

Author: Aristides Villarreal Bravo

Publisher: BPB Publications

ISBN: 9789389423341

Category: Computers

Page: 386

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Build Modern Web Apps with JakartaEE, Jmoordb, and Vaadins Key Features ● Learn about the Java Enterprise Edition/Jakarta Enterprise Edition specifications. ● Learn how to create applications with frameworks such as Java Server Faces, Eclipse krazo and Vaadin. ● Get familiar with NoSQL databases and learn how to create Java applications that interact using Jakarta NoSQL and Jmoordb. ● Learn how to test and secure your application. ● Learn about Microprofile and how to create microservices with java. Description For many years, Java EE has been an important platform for mission-critical enterprise applications. To accelerate the development of enterprise applications for a cloud-native world, leading software vendors collaborated to transfer Java EE technologies to the Eclipse Foundation, where they will evolve under the Jakarta EE brand. This book will be your comprehensive guide to creating Jakarta EE applications and microservices with Microprofile. The book begins with an introduction to Jakarta EE and quickly goes on to teach you about the various databases and their advantages. After this, you will explore the JNoSQL and Jmoordb frameworks to understand how to build Jakarta EE applications with NoSQL databases. Moving forward, you'll explore Eclipse MicroProfile and see how it helps build microservices with Java. Also, you will learn about various development applications such as Java Server Faces, Eclipse Krazos, PrimeFaces, Vaadin, and understand how to integrate them with your backend. Towards the end, you will learn about security, testing, and understanding continuous integration. What will you learn ● Learn how to use the Jmoordb framework for Jakarta EE applications. ● Optimize Enterprise Java for microservices architecture using Eclipse MicroProfile. ● Create Web applications using Java Server Faces. ● Building a modern web application using Vaadin. ● Learn how to implement security using IdentityStore and JWT. ● Create CI/CD pipelines for Jakarta EE applications. Who this book is for This book is for developers with no previous experience in creating business applications with Java and for those who want to know about APIs and new frameworks for the development of cloud-oriented applications. Table of Contents 1. Jakarta EE Platform 2. NoSQL 3. Jakarta NOSQL 4. Understanding JMoordb 5. Exploring Microprofile 6. Java Server Faces 7. Vaadin 8. Integration Vaadin, JMoordb and NoSQL 9. Eclipse Krazos and Security of Microservices 10. Testing and Continuous Integration

Building Modern Web Applications With Jakarta EE, NoSQL Databases and Microservices

Building Modern Web Applications With Jakarta EE, NoSQL Databases and Microservices

Author: Aristides Villarreal Gonzalez Bravo, Geovanny Mendoza Santana Otavio Goncalves de

Publisher: BPB Publications

ISBN: 9789389423358

Category: Computers

Page: 386

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Build Modern Web Apps with JakartaEE, Jmoordb, and VaadinsKey Featuresa- Learn about the Java Enterprise Edition/Jakarta Enterprise Edition specifications.a- Learn how to create applications with frameworks such as Java Server Faces, Eclipse krazo and Vaadin.a- Get familiar with NoSQL databases and learn how to create Java applications that interact using Jakarta NoSQL and Jmoordb.a- Learn how to test and secure your application.a- Learn about Microprofile and how to create microservices with java.DescriptionFor many years, Java EE has been an important platform for mission-critical enterprise applications. To accelerate the development of enterprise applications for a cloud-native world, leading software vendors collaborated to transfer Java EE technologies to the Eclipse Foundation, where they will evolve under the Jakarta EE brand.This book will be your comprehensive guide to creating Jakarta EE applications and microservices with Microprofile. The book begins with an introduction to Jakarta EE and quickly goes on to teach you about the various databases and their advantages. After this, you will explore the JNoSQL and Jmoordb frameworks to understand how to build Jakarta EE applications with NoSQL databases. Moving forward, you'll explore Eclipse MicroProfile and see how it helps build microservices with Java. Also, you will learn about various development applications such as Java Server Faces, Eclipse Krazos, PrimeFaces, Vaadin, and understand how to integrate them with your backend. Towards the end, you will learn about security, testing, and understanding continuous integration.What will you learna- Learn how to use the Jmoordb framework for Jakarta EE applications.a- Optimize Enterprise Java for microservices architecture using Eclipse MicroProfile.a- Create Web applications using Java Server Faces.a- Building a modern web application using Vaadin.a- Learn how to implement security using IdentityStore and JWT.a- Create CI/CD pipelines for Jakarta EE applications.Who this book is forThis book is for developers with no previous experience in creating business applications with Java and for those who want to know about APIs and new frameworks for the development of cloud-oriented applications.Table of Contents1. Jakarta EE Platform2. NoSQL3. Jakarta NOSQL4. Understanding JMoordb5. Exploring Microprofile6. Java Server Faces7. Vaadin8. Integration Vaadin, JMoordb and NoSQL9. Eclipse Krazos and Security of Microservices10. Testing and Continuous IntegrationAbout the AuthorsAristides Villarreal Bravo lives in Panama, is a Java Developer, member of NetBeans Dream Teams since 2007, Jug Leaders. He is currently working on developing Java applications and with greater emphasis on technologies such as Java Enterprise Edition, Jakarta EE, Microprofile, and NoSQL databases.He has developed several plugins for Apache NetBeans IDE and is working on his Jmoordb project, a Java API for NoSQL.Your LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aristides-villarreal-bravo-6258543/Geovanny Mendoza Gonzalez is a senior backend developer in Java, lives in Colombia, B.S. in System Engineering from the Simon Bolivar University of Colombia with a specialization in Software Engineering from the North University of Barranquilla, Colombia.Certified on Vaadin 14 framework, professional and developer.Your LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gmendozag/Otavio Goncalves de Santana is a passionate software engineer focused on Java technology. He has experience mainly in persistence polyglot and high-performance applications in finances, social media, and e-commerce. Otavio is a member of both Expert Groups and Expert Leader in several JSRs and JCP executive committee.Your LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/otaviojava/

Beginning Cloud-Native Apps with MicroProfile, Jakarta EE 10, and Kubernetes

Beginning Cloud-Native Apps with MicroProfile, Jakarta EE 10, and Kubernetes

Author: Tarun Telang

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484288319

Category: Computers

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Get ready to develop microservices using open source Eclipse MicroProfile and Jakarta EE, and deploy them on Kubernetes/Docker. This book covers best practices for developing cloud-native applications with MicroProfile and Jakarta EE. Cloud-native applications are becoming increasingly popular due to the many benefits they offer, such as scalability, flexibility, and efficiency. Cloud-native applications are designed to take advantage of the cloud and can be run on public clouds, private clouds, or hybrid clouds. MicroProfile is a platform that helps developers create cloud-native applications. Docker is a software container platform that allows developers to package an application with all of its dependencies into a standardized unit for software development. Docker containers can be run on any platform, including public clouds, private clouds, or hybrid clouds. This book introduces you to cloud-native applications and teaches you how to set up your development environment. You'll learn about the various components of MicroProfile, such as fault tolerance, config, health check, metrics, and JWT auth. You'll develop a RESTful web service made up of some microservices. You'll deploy your application on Docker and Kubernetes. After reading this book, you'll come away with the fundamentals you need to build and deploy your first cloud-native Java-based app. What You'll Learn Build your first cloud-native Java-based app with the open source MicroProfile platform, and Jakarta EE 10 APIs Develop a RESTful web service using MicroProfile and Jakarta EE Discover and explore the key components of the MicroProfile framework, such as config, metrics, health, JWT authentication, and more Deploy your cloud-native application on the Kubernetes container orchestration platform Get-to-grips with other popular technologies such as Docker containers, Kubernetes clusters, and Zipkin Who This Book Is For Programmers with at least some prior experience in Java programming who may be new to MicroProfile and Jakarta EE. Some prior experience with Java-based microservices and web development is recommended, but not required.

Jakarta EE Cookbook

Jakarta EE Cookbook

Author: Elder Moraes

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781838640323

Category: Computers

Page: 380

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An enterprise Java developer's guide to learning JAX-RS, context and dependency injection, JavaServer Faces (JSF), and microservices with Eclipse MicroProfile using the latest features of Jakarta EE Key FeaturesExplore Jakarta EE's latest features and API specifications and discover their benefitsBuild and deploy microservices using Jakarta EE 8 and Eclipse MicroProfileBuild robust RESTful web services for various enterprise scenarios using the JAX-RS, JSON-P, and JSON-B APIsBook Description Jakarta EE is widely used around the world for developing enterprise applications for a variety of domains. With this book, Java professionals will be able to enhance their skills to deliver powerful enterprise solutions using practical recipes. This second edition of the Jakarta EE Cookbook takes you through the improvements introduced in its latest version and helps you get hands-on with its significant APIs and features used for server-side development. You'll use Jakarta EE for creating RESTful web services and web applications with the JAX-RS, JSON-P, and JSON-B APIs and learn how you can improve the security of your enterprise solutions. Not only will you learn how to use the most important servers on the market, but you'll also learn to make the best of what they have to offer for your project. From an architectural point of view, this Jakarta book covers microservices, cloud computing, and containers. It allows you to explore all the tools for building reactive applications using Jakarta EE and core Java features such as lambdas. Finally, you'll discover how professionals can improve their projects by engaging with and contributing to the community. By the end of this book, you'll have become proficient in developing and deploying enterprise applications using Jakarta EE. What you will learnWork with Jakarta EE's most commonly used APIs and features for server-side developmentEnable fast and secure communication in web applications with the help of HTTP2Build enterprise applications with reusable componentsBreak down monoliths into microservices using Jakarta EE and Eclipse MicroProfileImprove your enterprise applications with multithreading and concurrencyRun applications in the cloud with the help of containersGet to grips with continuous delivery and deployment for shipping your applications effectivelyWho this book is for This book is for Java EE developers who want to build enterprise applications or update their legacy apps with Jakarta EE's latest features and specifications. Some experience of working with Java EE and knowledge of web and cloud computing will assist with understanding the concepts covered in this book.

Pro Jakarta EE 10

Pro Jakarta EE 10

Author: Peter Späth

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484282132

Category: Computers

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Welcome to your in-depth professional guide to the open source Eclipse Jakarta EE 10 platform. This book will help you build more complex native enterprise Java-based cloud and other applications that can run in corporate and other mission-critical settings. The majority of the key Jakarta EE 10 APIs or features are dissected in this book, including JSF, JSP, JPA, CDI, REST, Microprofiles, WebSockets, and many more. Along the way, various open source Apache, Eclipse, and other projects are integrated and used for more complete workflows and treatment in general. Jakarta EE 10 comes with a significant number of improvements over Java EE 9 technologies and adopts a series of new technologies. This book starts out with a concise development procedure proposal and shows NetBeans as an alternative IDE to Eclipse. It also talks about versioning, software repositories, and continuous integration techniques. The web tier of enterprise application architectures is covered, including state-of-the-art techniques such as web sockets and front end (JavaScript) related frameworks. The book presents a survey of architecture-related advanced topics, including micro profiles. In a supporting technologies chapter, JSON and XML processing methods are revisited and deepened, and the usage of scripting engines is introduced. A resources chapter discusses enterprise resource integration, such as resource adapters and Hibernate as a mapper between the SQL and the Java world. Also covered is the usage of no-SQL databases. A security chapter shows advanced security enhancement techniques for use of Jakarta EE in corporate environments. The last chapter talks about advanced logging and monitoring techniques, serving both developers and operations staff. What You Will Learn Build complex Jakarta EE applications that run in corporate or other enterprise settings Create a professional development workflow using Jakarta EE Build more advanced web development applications Work with more advanced supporting technologies to increase application maturity and stability in a corporate environment Do enterprise resource integration, including custom resource adapters Utilize security enhancements of enterprise-level Jakarta EE applications Leverage techniques to monitor and log in a corporate environment, including memory usage and performance troubleshooting Who This Book is For Experienced Java programmers and web developers, especially those with some prior experience with the Java EE platform

Hands-On Cloud-Native Applications with Java and Quarkus

Hands-On Cloud-Native Applications with Java and Quarkus

Author: Francesco Marchioni

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781838828189

Category: Computers

Page: 314

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Build robust and reliable Java applications that works on modern infrastructure, such as containers and cloud, using the new features in Quarkus 1.0 Key FeaturesBuild apps with faster boot time and low RSS memory using the latest Quarkus 1.0 featuresSeamlessly integrate imperative and reactive programming models to build modern Java applicationsDiscover effective solutions for running Java on serverless apps, microservices, containers, FaaS, and the cloudBook Description Quarkus is a new Kubernetes-native framework that allows Java developers to combine the power of containers, microservices, and cloud-native to build reliable applications. The book is a development guide that will teach you how to build Java-native applications using Quarkus and GraalVM. We start by learning about the basic concepts of a cloud-native application and its advantages over standard enterprise applications. Then we will quickly move on to application development, by installing the tooling required to build our first application on Quarkus. Next, we’ll learn how to create a container-native image of our application and execute it in a Platform-as-a-Service environment such as Minishift. Later, we will build a complete real-world application that will use REST and the Contexts and Dependency injection stack with a web frontend. We will also learn how to add database persistence to our application using PostgreSQL. We will learn how to work with various APIs available to Quarkus such as Camel, Eclipse MicroProfile, and Spring DI. Towards the end, we will learn advanced development techniques such as securing applications, application configuration, and working with non-blocking programming models using Vert.x. By the end of this book, you will be proficient with all the components of Quarkus and develop-blazing fast applications leveraging modern technology infrastructure. What you will learnBuild a native application using Quarkus and GraalVMSecure your applications using Elytron and the MicroProfile JWT extensionManage data persistence with Quarkus using PostgreSQLUse a non-blocking programming model with QuarkusLearn how to get Camel and Infinispan working in native modeDeploy an application in a Kubernetes-native environment using MinishiftDiscover Reactive Programming with Vert.xWho this book is for The book is for Java developers and software architects who are interested in learning a promising microservice architecture for building reliable and robust applications. Knowledge of Java, Spring Framework, and REST APIs is assumed.

Java EE to Jakarta EE 10 Recipes

Java EE to Jakarta EE 10 Recipes

Author: Josh Juneau

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484280784

Category: Computers

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Take a problem-solution approach for programming enterprise Java or Java EE applications and microservices for cloud-based solutions, enterprise database applications, and even small business web applications. Java EE to Jakarta EE 10 Recipes provides effective, practical, and proven code snippets that you can immediately use to accomplish just about any task that you may encounter. You can feel confident using the reliable solutions that are demonstrated in this book in your personal or corporate environment. Java EE was made open source under the Eclipse Foundation, and Jakarta EE is the new name for what used to be termed the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition. This book helps you rejuvenate your Java expertise and put the platform’s latest capabilities to use for quickly developing robust applications. If you are new to Jakarta EE, this book will help you learn the features of the platform and benefit from one of the most widely used and powerful technologies available for cloud-native enterprise application development today. Examples in this book highlight Jakarta EE’s capabilities, helping you to build streamlined and reliable applications using the latest in Java technologies. The book takes a problem-solution approach in which each section introduces a common programming problem, showing you how to solve that problem in the best possible way using the latest features in Jakarta EE. Solutions in the form of working code examples are presented that you can download and use immediately in your own projects. Clear descriptions are provided to help you understand and learn to build further on the solutions provided. This is the ideal book for the code-focused programmer interested in keeping up with the future of enterprise development on the Java Platform. What You Will Learn Develop enterprise java applications using the latest open-source Jakarta EE platform Create great-looking user interfaces using Jakarta Servlets, Jakarta Server Pages, Jakarta Server Faces and the Eclipse Krazo framework (an implementation of Jakarta MVC) Build database applications using Jakarta NoSQL, Jakarta Persistence, and Jakarta Enterprise Beans. Develop enterprise grade applications using Context & Dependency Injection, and Jakarta RESTFul web services Automate testing through cohesive test suites built on Arquillian for Jakarta EE applications Build loosely coupled distributed applications using Jakarta Messaging Deploy microservices applications in cloud environments using Docker Secure applications utilizing the Jakarta EE Security API Who This Book Is For Java developers interested in quickly finding effective and proven solutions without reading through a lengthy manual and scrubbing for techniques.