Oracle seeks to delay cloud features in enterprise Java

Oracle hopes to stay on schedule for Java EE 7 by deferring planned cloud capabilities to Java EE 8, due in 2015

By , InfoWorld |  Cloud Computing, java, Java EE

"Because we have already laid some of the infrastructure for cloud support in Java EE 7, including resource definition metadata, improved security configuration, JPA schema generation, etc., it will allow us to expedite a Java EE 8 release. We therefore plan to target the Java EE 8 Platform release for spring 2015," DeMichiel said. Java EE 7 had already been delayed until next year after initially being proposed for release this summer.

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