Tuesday Feb 24, 2009

Learn All About SailFin 1.0 and GlassFish v2.1!

SailFin 1.0 is a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) application server built on top of GlassFish v2.1. SailFin enables you to develop and deploy JSR-289-compliant SIP and converged applications.

GlassFish v2.1, the latest public release of our full-featured Java EE 5 application server, includes several bug fixes and support for new platforms, such as Windows 2008 and Apache 2.2.

The Sun-supported counterpart of SailFin 1.0 is called Sun GlassFish Communications Server 1.5. The supported version of GlassFish v2.1 is Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 2.1.

Comprehensive and helpful documentation for SailFin and GlassFish:

- Documentation set for Sun GlassFish Communications Server 1.5/SailFin 1.0
- Documentation set for Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 2.1/GlassFish v2.1
- SIP Servlet tutorial and screencast

To help you find the information you are looking for, we have the SailFin documentation page that has links to all SailFin tasks and provides information about SailFin's exciting new features.

Another innovative product available for use with Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 2.1 is the GlassFish Enterprise Manager, which includes the Performance Monitor, Performance Advisor, and SNMP Monitor. The documentation for this enterprise offering is also available here.

A big "Thank You" to the members of the SailFin and GlassFish community for their contributions to the documentation!

Wednesday Feb 11, 2009

GlassFish Portfolio --- Sun Opensource Collection

When I enlisted to work on the release notes for the Sun GlassFish Portfolio (the day before launch!), I had no idea what GlassFish Portfolio was. A suite? A platform? A figment of marketing imagination? The short answer---Sun GlassFish Portfolio is a set of Sun opensource components that provides the foundation to develop and deploy Web and enterprise application. Okay, not so short.

I watched some videos and clicked around some web pages, and what I think is important about this announcement is (a) the components are open-source, (b) customers can choose only those pieces they want, and (c) the pricing model. Cheaper than our competitors, but not free. Ah. Maybe this is how we make money on opensource products.

The full scoop is here: Sun GlassFish Portfolio

The release notes are here: GlassFish Portfolio Release Notes
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