Java Database Connectivity

Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) is a Java API that provides a standardized way for Java applications to interact with databases. It allows developers to establish connections to various database management systems (DBMS) and execute SQL queries, retrieve and manipulate data, and perform database operations using Java programming language. JDBC enables database independence and simplifies the process of developing database-driven applications in Java. external-link

JavaScript Object Notation

JSON is a data format that is designed for exchanging data between systems. It is lightweight and can be easily read and written by humans, while also being easily parsed and generated by machines. JSON is based on a subset of the JavaScript Programming Language, specifically the Standard ECMA-262 3rd Edition from December 1999. Although it is language independent, it follows conventions that are commonly used in programming languages like C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Perl, Python, and others. These features make JSON an ideal format for exchanging data between different systems. external-link


A Job is a task or set of tasks that runs until it completes or reaches a specified number of successful completions. It creates one or more Pods and monitors their successful termination, tracking the number of completions until the desired number is reached. external-link

Joint Task "Improvement of the Regional Economic Structure Infrastructure"

Support for business-related municipal infrastructure, in particular broadband access in business parks and commercial areas, is provided by the federal government and state ministries of economics. external-link

JSON Web Token

JSON Web Token (JWT) is a JSON-based security token encoding that enables identity and security information to be shared across security domains. A security token is generally issued by an Identity Provider and consumed by a Relying Party that relies on its content to identify the token's subject for security-related purposes. external-link

JSON Web Token (JWT)

A method for conveying transferable assertions between two entities is known as a "means of representing claims." JWTs (JSON Web Tokens) have the capability to be digitally signed and encrypted. Within the context of Kubernetes, JWTs serve as authentication tokens utilized to authenticate the identities of entities seeking to execute actions within a cluster. external-link

Just-in time data

The utilization of just-in-time data empowers organizations to extract data on demand directly from the original data source. This allows for "just-in-time" queries to be performed on data, no matter where it is stored, without the need for investing in complex and expensive ETL pipelines. external-link