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Java EE 7 in Production . . . so far. . .

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Java EE 7 in Production . . . so far. . .

This is the perfect post for folks who are searching for examples/instances of real world a.k.a production use cases of Java EE 7. A JavaOne talk from 2014.

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This is a quick post for folks who are searching for examples/instances of real world a.k.a production use of Java EE 7 . Please note that this list is courtesy two major sources –  JavaOne Conference (2014) talk delivered by Arun Gupta (check out the entire talk here) and Adam Bien’s blogs

  Let’s check them out……..

UNHCR ( UN Refugee Agency ) using  Java EE 7 on GlassFish 4

unhcr

tipi.camp using Java EE 7 on Wildfly 8.1

tipi

more information here and here

ZEEF powering search with Java EE 7 on Wildfly 8.2

zeef

read more on Adam’s blog

Hubeo leveraging Java EE 7 on Wildfly 8.2

hubeo

details on Adam’s blog

SAFSMS is a School management software using Java EE 7 on GlassFish

safsms

learn more here

DreamIT ( probably upgraded to Java EE 7 on GlassFish 4.1 already )

dreamIT

continue reading on Adam’s blog

IMO start up dynamics are quite different and more challenging in terms of many respects as compared to bigger organizations. Hence its rather heartening to witness the amount of faith being put into Java EE 7 by these companies and the way they are leveraging the stack.

Cheers !

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