We hope you have been tracking the steady progress being made on delivery of Eclipse GlassFish 6.0 and Jakarta EE 9. One of the major consumers of GlassFish component technologies is Helidon, a set of Java libraries for developing microservices, that leverages existing Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 components, along with Jakarta EE and MicroProfile APIs. Helidon is lightweight, fast, and easy to use by Java SE, Java EE and Jakarta EE developers building microservices. In two webinars delivered on June 25th, one for Asia-Pacific timezones, and one for Europe, Middle East, Africa and Americas timezones, we will be introducing Helidon 2.0 with exciting new features and capabilities for microservices delivered on-premises, or on Oracle Cloud, and with the Oracle Database and Database Cloud Services.
We will also be introducing Coherence CE. You may be familiar with Oracle Coherence as the leading In-Memory Data Grid technology. Oracle Coherence provides a highly reliable, scalable and performant data store that can be accessed by Java EE and Jakarta EE applications and polyglot microservices, and that also provides in memory processing of data stored in a massively scalable data grid. Developers of traditional Java EE and Jakarta EE applications, and developers of lightweight microservices that must meet enterprise reliability, scalability and performance requirements will be very interested in what we have to say about Coherence CE, including demonstrations of how it can be used with Helidon 2.0 and GraalVM in innovative ways.
Please register now for one of these webinars, at the time that works for you.
June 25, 2020, Webinar for Asia-Pacific time zones
Looking forward to seeing you there.