Understanding Java EE

We have all encountered or interacted with Java technology either on our mobile phones, computer or internet. Java technology offers both a platform for running java applications and programs as well as a programming language. As a programming language it has particular syntax, style and is of a high level. On the other hand Java Platform is an environment where programs and applications built by the aforesaid language can run. This is the rudimentary explanation of what Java is all about. Java EE is one of the four platforms with the EE being an abbreviation for Enterprise Edition. It follows the Standard Edition (SE) and is followed by the Micro Edition (ME) and JavaFX. Hence the four platforms in their order of sequence are:

  1. Java SE

  2. Java EE

  3. Java ME

  4. JavaFX

These platforms have two components, the Java VM; Virtual Machine, a program that runs on specific machines with particular specifications (Hardware and software) that can run Java Applications. The second Component is the Java API which is software components that can be used to build other applications and programs. Java SE and the API are the very basic aspects of Java Programming. It provides the standard base for all programming and for functionalities of basic programming to high level. It’s the high level programming using Java SE that is used in such aspects as networking, database access and development of Graphics user interface amongst others.

The Java EE platform is developed on the SE-Standard edition platform. It’s composed of an API and an environment for running multi-leveled network applications. These are reliable, scalable and large scale applications run within a secure environment. They are also known by an inclusive term as Enterprise Applications. They are important in the current networked world due to their security and reliability characteristics.

The enterprise applications are built to help solve various corporate challenges in business enterprises, governments and agencies. The features that make these applications essential like the security and reliability also lead to their complexity. The Java EE which handles the development model, the API and also the runtime environment reduces this complexity. This leaves the programmers and application developers to concentrate only on the various functionalities.

The enterprise applications are tiered based on the functionalities. There are three tiers, the client, the middle and the data tier. The client tier generally functions to send requests to the middle tier. The middle tier has programs that process the requests. This is the tier given core attention by the programmers to enhance the security and efficiency of the entire system. After the middle tier is the data tier also called the enterprise information system tier. This tier stores the request information and the process application information permanently.

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4 thoughts on “Enterprise Javabeans”

  1. As a middleware administrator, this video is helpful to understand, giving
    overview of what code is doing. Thank You for sharing!

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Java Applications


The next evolution of client/server applications has emerged: a thin client including HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS is connected via REST to a Java back end in the cloud. In this interactive session, attendees will learn how to build a real HTML5 mobile app connected to a Java back end deployed in the cloud via REST and JAX-RS.

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Java Enterprise Edition


This webcast will provide an introduction to the updated Java EE 7 platform using GlassFish. Attendees will learn the design patterns of building an application using Java EE 7.

The Java EE 7 platform focuses on Boosting Productivity and Embracing HTML5.
– JAX-RS 2 adds a new Client API to invoke the RESTful endpoints.
– JMS 2 introduces a new simplified API to align with improvements in the Java language.
– Long awaited Batch Processing API and Concurrency Utilities are now part of platform offering richer functionality.
– A new API to build WebSocket driven applications and JSON parsing and generation is now included in the platform.
– JavaServer Faces has added support for HTML5 forms.

Several other improvements are available in this la version of the platform. Together these APIs will allow you to be more productive by simplifying enterprise development.

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About Arun Gupta

Arun Gupta is Director of Developer Advocacy at Red Hat and focuses on JBoss Middleware. As a founding member of the Java EE team at Sun Microsystems, he spread the love for technology all around the world. At Oracle, he led a cross-functional team to drive the global launch of the Java EE 7 platform through strategy, planning, and execution of content, marketing campaigns, and program. After authoring ~1400 blogs at blogs.oracle.com/arungupta on different Java technologies, he continues to promote Red Hat technologies and products at blog.arungupta.me. Arun has extensive speaking experience in 37 countries on myriad topics and is a JavaOne Rockstar. An author of a best-selling book, an avid runner, and a globe trotter, he is easily accessible at @arungupta.

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Enterprise Software

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This video shows how you can explain to your CEO or CFO how IT and Enterprise Software evolves, using only a pen and a piece of paper. It is based on Geoffrey Moore’s book “”Dealing with Darwin””.

OutSystems revolutionizes the way IT departments deliver and manage custom web applications that can be changed at the speed of business.

The OutSystems Platform is a complete solution for the development, deployment and management of custom enterprise web applications, that takes custom development of web and mobile apps to a whole new level.

Learn more about the OutSystems Platform at http://www.outsystems.com/platform/

Try the OutSystems Platform: http://www.outsystems.com/try

Gartner proposes an alternate approach to application development strategies based on the Pace Layer Model. Take a look at our webinar on this topic at

http://www.outsystems.com/company/events/web/align-app-development-strategies/

3 thoughts on “Enterprise Software”

  1. Hello, This is a great video in understanding Geoffrey Moore dealing with
    Darwin I am wondering if you could give me some industries example where
    enterprise solution software has considered these core and context
    perspective. Thank you =)

  2. We see our customers in most industries applying these concepts. This video
    looks at applications that start in the “Non Mission Critical/Core”
    quadrant, and then evolve all the way to the quadrant where they become a
    commodity and can be source through a package. Of course there are
    processes that companies buy off the shelf immediately (like a traditional
    ERP) or outsource from day one (like Payroll).

  3. If you are interested in these processes, you should also take a look at
    the Pace Layer model that Gartner proposes. We did a webinar on that
    subject a couple of months ago. Take a look at the video description for
    the link to the webinar.

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Java Persistence API


JPA is the Java API for persistence and object/relational mapping. This webinar gives an overview of new features in JPA 2.1: query language features, converters, entity graphs, unsynchronized persistence contexts, and support for schema generation.

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  1. Good video…but sad to see that multi-tenancy didn’t make it into 2.1. Not
    much publicity of this fact either…it was hard to find why I couldn’t
    find @Multitenant in the JPA javadoc until I really started digging.
    Already using converters, though (github://joda-jpa-converters), and I’m
    quite excited to see the new metamodel API. Great work!

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JavaServer Faces


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  1. @irfanullahhosain Yes we can use hibernate with JSF. JSP is old technology.
    Writing code in JSF is easy and way cleaner then JSP

  2. Just installed netbeans+glassfish but I do not see the Java Web
    Applications plugin on the Available Plugins tab nor the Installed tab

  3. I’ve just started looking into more serious java development and I most say
    it’s quite hard to figure out where to start. There are so many different
    frameworks that it’s quite overwhelming (Maven, Hibernate, Spring, JSF
    etc). I have spent the last few hours trying to figure out where to start.
    and it seems that the first thing to learn must be JSF. Many thanks for
    sharing your knowledge, it’s been a great help so far.

  4. I have to create a java web app using JSF, I am beginner in Java , can you
    list some sample projects or ideas that I can start as my university
    student project ?

  5. I use NetBeans 7.1.1, and can’t find JSF and Java Web Aplication in
    plugins… What can i do? Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.
    Great job, keep going on. ;)

  6. I really love your tutorials, they have helped a great deal, I would like
    to encourage you to come out with more especially on JPA and build one or
    two enterprise grade applications to help us get the hang of it, believe me
    these are very hard to come by, I have been combing the internet for
    tutorials like yours, Well done but do more my friend can’t wait for the
    next ……

  7. Did you remove a few tutorials from this series. I followed upto tutorial
    8. I really liked it. Great work. If you have tutorials beyond 8th one, pls
    let me know.

  8. Thank you a million! These videos have saved me months of research and am
    on my way to launching my first jsf project!

  9. Thanks for the video! Perhaps a more in-depth description of installing
    Glassfish would be helpful for beginners who are unaccustomed to the
    terminal.

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JAX-RS


Enterprise Java projects tend to misuse JAX-RS for the implementation of RPC-style architectures. In this session I will code a simplistic REST-application with JavaEE 7 and share some tricks, tips and techniques from my projects. Questions are highly appreciated and are going to be answered live.This session was delivered during the JEE 2014 conference in Kiev.

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  1. Great video, lots of useful info! I like the idea of using the ‘accept’
    header to specify a version, this allows for a stable URL and let’s the
    service provider track usage of specific versions.

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Middleware


In this episode of the What is Middle series, we explore Application Server capabilities. Using an ongoing analogy of two towns throughout our series, we compare how MIddleware Fields and Codeaway Valley leverage different approaches to community management – one with Middleware, the other without. Further details of the series can be found at www.johnbrunswick.com

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  1. Incredibly well descriptive and informative and at the same time easily
    presented. But I would also appreciate if you could post any video
    regarding the generic concept of what is exactly the “middleware” ?

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Java EE


This tutorial demonstrates how to use the Java EE 6 APIs together to build a portable, full-stack enterprise application and solve real-world problems. It not only focuses on the APIs but also shows you how to set up a vanilla Maven build from scratch and do unit and integration testing—going into almost all parts of the Java EE 6 specs. The last part of the session discusses the architectural consequences of this simplified programming model. Do we still need business delegates, transfer objects, or DAOs? And what about separation of concerns? The session is fun and very interactive while still showing the technology in depth.

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  1. Ashitraj More here, I have created a full fledged video tutorial on Java EE
    6. Its available for free download from my site:programming-simplified. com
    Its around 1.7 GB in total size spanning around 11 hours.

  2. hola more. he me gustaria que me compartieras el video de java ee 6.
    gracias hello more. I have I would like compartieras the java ee 6 video.
    thanks

  3. Quick question. Is the community edition of IntelliJ enough for this? or do
    I have to buy the Personal License?

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