Soon after Java burst into the world in the 90s it started to gatecrash the parties of its enterprise computing seniors, whose initial amused response was -- You're Not On The List, You're Not Coming In. But EJBs turned heads in the 20th Century and when the Java Enterprise platform emerged, it started getting more invites until it was the party. Now Java EE is grown up with its own kids - EE7 is already two years old. How is it and the platform doing? The party is now in the cloud and the guest list includes many different language technologies and fast-moving open-source innovations. Is Enterprise Java still relevant here? And if it is, what does it need to keep doing or what does it need to change to stay on the VIP list?