Tuesday, Sep 10, 2019
The Eclipse Foundation today announced the general availability of Jakarta Enterprise Edition (EE) 8 Full Platform and Web Profile specifications and associated technology compatibility kits (TCKs).
Two years after taking over Java EE from Oracle, the Eclipse Foundation has shipped its implementation of Java EE 8
Enterprise Java, known as Java Enterprise Edition 8 (Java EE 8) under Oracle’s implementation of the platform specification, has finally packed up and moved out of Big Red’s basement under a new name, so it won’t bear the burden of its heritage.
After what seemed like eternity, the time has finally come – the long awaited first release of Jakarta EE is now officially in the hands of the public.
After transitioning from Oracle to the Eclipse Foundation in 2017, Jakarta EE (previously known as Java EE), has reached another major milestone.
The Eclipse Foundation has finally completed the transition of Java Enterprise Edition (EE) over to Jakarta with the release of the Jakarta EE 8 specification.
The Eclipse Foundation has announced the release of the Jakarta EE 8, the first truly open-source, vendor-neutral version of Java Enterprise Edition.
Java Community and Eclipse Foundation introduce the designated Java EE successor, including Web Profiles, TCKs and Certified Eclipse GlassFish 5.1.
The Eclipse Foundation today announced during the JakartaOne Livestream virtual conference the release of the Jakarta EE 8 Full Platform and Web Profile specifications and related Technology Compatibility Kits (TCKs).
Jakarta EE 8 is finally here! It heralds a new era for Enterprise Java, as finally the community can look forward to the platform’s faster development.
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