Leveraging Pulsar's Next Gen Streaming Capabilities from a JavaEE Application

Author: Apache Pulsar Neighborhood
Published: September 1, 2021

For a long time Java Messaging Service has been the API to handle messaging systems in the Java World, and now the messaging ecosystem is moving towards the next generation of streaming services like Apache Pulsar.

Why? Because Pulsar is free, Open Source, Cloud Native and it comes with cool new features that are not well supported by traditional JMS vendors.

In this session you will see how to use Pulsar in a JakartaEE Web Application deployed on Apache TomEE via the JMS/EJB API, without installing any additional components to your cluster.

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