Launching Java EE Thin WARs In The Clouds

Java EE (Full Profile) and Thin WARs are particularly suitable for cloud deployments. In this screencast I created from scratch, built (with Maven) a Java EE 7 Thin WAR and pushed the operating system (Cent OS 7) with JVM, Payara Application Server and the WAR to the clouds of jelastic.com.

After deploying it, I created an environment and started the application. Everything took ...6 mins.

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How Jelastic compares to OpenShift?

Posted by 217.149.255.50 on February 03, 2017 at 09:26 AM CET #

What is the reason for @stateless in a jax rs resource? aren't all requests stateless by default?

Posted by Stuar on September 12, 2019 at 11:08 PM CEST #

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