Java developers now have access to Java EE 7 via WildFly or Glassfish
Java EE 7, released in
“It’s great to see Red Hat so quick to deliver Java EE 7 in their WildFly 8 release,” said
CloudBees’ support of WildFly is similar to its support for Tomcat and GlassFish, offering automatic setup of data sources for database access, scale-out, security realms, session affinity and integration with partner services such as New Relic and Papertrail. By providing the Java platform as a hosted service, CloudBees can deliver new technology to developers in the fastest possible time frame.
“One common criticism about Java EE is the gap between the date the specification is released and the date it's implemented," said Antonio Goncalves, book author and member of the Java EE 7 Expert Group. "Java EE 7 changes this rhythm: today several applications have already implemented it. With their support for WildFly 8, CloudBees demonstrates that PaaS deployments of Java EE can be very timely and accelerate adoption of the latest Java EE spec by developers."
Using CloudBees, Java developers can get up and going with WildFly, Java EE 7 and Continuous Cloud Delivery in seconds. After signing up for a free CloudBees account, simply click on the WildFly ClickStart available here:
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