Press release: OmniFish are proud to announce they’ve established themselves as a new international company in the field of Jakarta EE support, specifically supporting the application server Eclipse GlassFish, a new cloud‑native Jakarta EE runtime Piranha Cloud, and their associated components such as Mojarra, the Jakarta Faces implementation.
Yes, Jakarta EE 10 is just behind the door, with a rich set of new useful features. GlassFish 7 is also very close to its final release, coming with Jakarta EE 10 support. And it’s now actively maintained and commercially supported by OmniFish. Therefore you can start using Jakarta EE 10 very soon on a reliable and production‑ready server backed by a commercial company. But first, what’s coming to Jakarta EE 10?
EJB, or Enterprise Beans, are Java classes with a number of container provided services attached to them, such as transactions, remoting and security. In this article we will take a look at what we can expect for EJB in the future.