In a previous blog post, I demonstrated how to deploy Jakarta EE applications as serverless services with AWS Fargate. The Jakarta EE application I used as an example in the previously mentioned post was a basic one. Now, it’s time to go further and see what it takes to do the same thing with more complex Jakarta EE applications involving a wide variety of components like RESTful, CDI, Enterprise Beans, and Server Pages.

Jakarta EE Full Platform is the superset of what has been commonly called “enterprise Java.” While not officially coined as a Jakarta EE profile, such as the Core Profile or the Web Profile, the Full Platform includes the whole bunch of the Jakarta EE specifications implementations, from the most essential ones, like Servlet, to the most uncharted ones, like RMI or SAAJ.

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