[Note that this talk is not available outside some very specific settings but this deck is here for you as a basic resource to form a basis for your own analysis based on my reasonably objective extensive professional experience using both technology sets in the real world]
Java EE 7 has been one of the most significant overhauls of the platform. Just some of the changes include retiring EJB 2 entity beans and JAX-RPC, greater alignment with CDI, WebSocket/HTML 5 support, a standard API for JSON processing, the next version of JAX-RS, an overhaul of JMS, long-awaited concurrency utilities, batch processing in Java EE and much, much more. In order to make educated choices for adoption, one should understand how the widely-used Spring Framework aligns with Java EE.
This session will compare and contrast the Spring Framework with Java EE 7. We will focus on key areas that include the component development model, dependency injection, persistence, UI, REST, messaging, security and testing. Beyond API/features, the analysis will take a holistic view in covering concerns such as ease-of-use, manageability, ecosystem and vendor-neutrality.
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