GlassFish setup for 120 programmers in University of Copenhagen

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Sidsel Jensen is a href="http://developers.sun.com/students/campus_ambassadors.jsp">Sun
Campus Ambassador at University
of Copenhagen
, Denmark. She configured href="http://glassfish.org">GlassFish in her
department to be used by 120 freshman programmers. Starting with a
standard HP DL360 G5 rack server, installing Gentoo Linux, NetBeans for
deployment of web apps to a remote GlassFish, creating multiple domains
and even performance tuning the Application Server.

Read all the details in href="http://blogs.sun.com/cphcampus/entry/gone_fishing_for_glassfish">Gone
Fishing for GlassFish.

Thank you Sidsel for using GlassFish and sharing the steps with rest of
the community!

If you are interested in learning/talking about GlassFish at your
university, spotlight.dev.java.net/start
provides a comprehensive set of slides (with speaker notes), demos,
screencasts, training materials and other resources to get you started!

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Comments ( 5 )
  • Jagadeesan Thiagesan Friday, February 27, 2009

    hi arun gupta. how are you. this is jagadeesan from india. is their any specified book for learning GlassFish

  • Jagadeesan Thiagesan Friday, February 27, 2009

    hi arun gupta. how are you. this is jagadeesan from india. is their any specified book for learning GlassFish. please email the book name

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  • Arun Gupta Friday, March 27, 2009


    http://java-ee-5-glassfish.packtpub.com/ is a good book to begin with.

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