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CloudBees PaaS Adds Java EE 7 Support

The company claims to be the first cloud development service to support the update.


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On June 12, Oracle announced the availability of Java EE 7, and the same day, CloudBees announced that its platform as a service (PaaS) would be the first to support the new standard and the GlassFish 4 reference implementation. In addition, CloudBees also added support for GlassFish 3, which previously had community support only.

"Java EE 7 Web Profile brings new functionalities that allow you to develop modern web applications using, for example, RESTful Web Services, Web Sockets or JSON Processing, along with richer features such as asynchronous session bean invocation or non-persistent EJB Timer Service," stated Antonio Goncalves, a member of the Java EE 7 Expert Group. "With the EE 7 Web Profile already available on CloudBees, it is the first time in hosting history that a Java EE reference implementation—GlassFish v4—is available for developers just when the specification is out."

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