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Enterprise Java Beans – EJB

Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) is a technology to create complex and scalable business applications. Developers use EJB and the Java programming language to build server-side components that handle business logic, such as transactions and data management.

Enterprise applications differ significantly from regular software applications, such as desktop software that supports one user at a time.

For example, enterprise applications must handle large amounts of data and transactions over the Internet from 10s of thousands of users (or more) simultaneously and have strict security requirements.

EJB provides a standardized architecture for creating, deploying, and managing such server-side components in Java. 

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What are EJBs? – 12 mins

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