Batch Applications in Java EE 7 – Understanding JSR 352 Concepts:

Batch Applications in Java EE 7 – Understanding JSR 352 Concepts:

Batch processing is execution of series of “jobs” that is suitable for non-interactive, bulk-oriented and long-running tasks. Typical examples are end-of-month bank statement generation, end-of-day jobs such as interest calculation, and ETL (extract-transform-load) in a data warehouse. These tasks are typically data or computationally intensive, execute sequentially or in parallel, and may be initiated through various invocation models, including ad-hoc, scheduled, and on-demand.

JSR 352 will define a programming model for batch applications and a runtime for scheduling and executing jobs. This blog will explain the main concepts in JSR 352.

The diagram below highlight the key concepts of a batch processing architecture…

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JSR Updates – Multiple JSRs migrate to latest JCP version

JSR Updates - Multiple JSRs migrate to latest JCP version

As part of the JCP.Next reform effort, many JSRs have migrated to the latest version of the JCP program in the last month. These JSRs’ Spec Leads and Expert Groups are contributing to the strides the JCP has been making to enable greater community transparency, participation and agility to the working of the JSR development through the JCP program…

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