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TURKU, Finland, Dec. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Vaadin, a provider of Java web application platforms, today announced Vaadin Flow 23.3, a new release that makes it easier to deploy and run stateful Java applications in Kubernetes and cloud environments. Two new Acceleration Kits for Kubernetes and Azure Cloud enable horizontal scalability, high availability/failover, non-disruptive rolling updates, and session replication for both on-prem and cloud-based Kubernetes environments. The release also adds three new UI components —Spreadsheet, Tab Sheet, and Tooltip —bringing the total number of Vaadin UI components to fifty.
“As companies seek to modernize their Java applications, they often want to deploy those applications into Kubernetes and cloud environments. However, until now, it has been difficult to gain all of the benefits of the cloud with traditional stateful Java applications,” said Steven Grandchamp, CEO of Vaadin. “With this release, Vaadin Flow customers can now easily take advantage of the scalability, high availability, and rolling deployments common in cloud-native applications. This reduces development time and provides valuable business benefits, including lower operational costs, improved business continuity, and increased agility.”
Streamlining Deployment and Scaling in Kubernetes and Cloud
Vaadin Flow 23.3 includes an expanded Kubernetes Kit and a new Azure Cloud Kit that provides a robust set of capabilities for running stateful Java applications in cloud environments. They:
New UI Components Added to Vaadin’s Library of 50 components.
Vaadin Flow 23.3 is available now, and the new Acceleration Kits and UI components are available with certain subscription levels. For more information, please read the blog.
Hilla, a second framework from Vaadin, now supports React
Vaadin, a provider of modern web frameworks for Java, empowers developers around the globe to create intuitive web applications that their users will love. Vaadin makes it faster and easier to develop and modernize enterprise applications based on Java. Customers report an average of 44% savings in the time to develop a web UI with Vaadin compared with other approaches.
Vaadin is the company behind the open-source Vaadin Flow framework for full-stack Java applications and the Hilla framework for hybrid TypeScript/Java applications. Trusted by 40% of Fortune 500 companies and 100.000+ developers worldwide, Vaadin has been helping organizations accelerate the development of web front ends for enterprise Java applications for over 20 years.