Thursday May 19, 2011

"Oracle GlassFish Server 3.1: Administration and Deployment" - NEW course from Oracle University

Are you using (or plan to use) GlassFish 3.1 in deployment and would like to learn all the nitty gritty details of administration and deployment ?

Oracle University has announced a new course on Oracle GlassFish Server 3.1: Administration and Deployment. This course will be taught by an instructor in a classic class-room fashion. In this extensive 4-day course, you'll learn how to:

  1. Install, configure, update, and uninstall GlassFish Server 3.1
  2. Configure, start, stop, and monitor nodes, instances, and clusters
  3. Deploy, redeploy, undeploy applications
  4. Create, configure, and tune JDBC access to databases
  5. Configure and demonstrate session persistence to memory and to Coherence Active Cache
  6. Configure JMS Message Queues
The coordinates are:

Date: 21-Jun-2011
Duration: 4 days
Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Denver, CO
Register here!

More details about the exact Table of Contents are available here.

A virtual course is also a possibility and you can check the complete schedule and availability here.

What are you waiting for ? Register today!

Sunday Feb 08, 2009

LOTD #17: Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server Administration and Deployment Course - SAS 4455


Interested in learning how to configure, administer, and deploy web applications, EJB applications, and Web services on GlassFish ?

This 4-day instructor-led workshop (with numerous hands-on labs) introduces you to various Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server (GlassFish) concepts and functions ranging from introductory to advanced and provides you with hands-on experience via remote labs. You also learn to enable various advanced GlassFish features, such as in-memory replication, high availability database (HADB), load balancing, monitoring and logging, clustering, and security.

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
  • Install, upgrade, migrate, and uninstall GlassFish
  • Configure GlassFish
  • Create a clustered GlassFish environment
  • Deploy applications in GlassFish
  • Perform logging and monitoring in GlassFish
  • Install and configure the load balancer plug-in
  • Configure and use in-memory replication
  • Configure and use HADB for high availability
  • Configure advanced features of GlassFish
  • Configure the security features of GlassFish
  • Configure and work with databases
  • Work with Sun Java System Message Queue (Message Queue) Clustered Application Server
The class is offered in different cities across the United States. You can even request a dedicated class for your organization.

Register today!

If the timings/location don't work out, you can even take an online version of this course from SAS-1600: GlassFish Application Server: Administration Bundle.

All previous links in this series are archived at LOTD.

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Tuesday Nov 18, 2008

Screencast #28: Simple Web Application using Eclipse and GlassFish v3 Prelude


GlassFish v3 Prelude is now available! Some of the cool features are:
  • Modularity using OSGi
  • Rapid deployment using retain session data across HTTP redeploys and deploy-on-save
  • Embeddability
  • Dynamic languages and frameworks
  • Faster start up time
  • Integrated NetBeans and Eclipse tooling
  • Comet and Cometd
This screencast shows how you can create a simple Web application using JSP and Servlets in Eclipse 3.4, deploy it directly on GlassFish v3, use rapid deployment, and debug the application.


The GlassFish plugin for Eclipse has many more features than demonstrated in this screencast and are explained here.

A complete list of GlassFish related screencasts is available here. Other screencasts published on this blog are available here.

Also see GlassFish v3 running using Equinox, Rails and Merb applications using GlassFish Gem, and Embeddable GlassFish.

Submit your bugs Eclipse/GlassFish bugs here, talk to us using GlassFish Plugins Forum, and get the latest information on glassfishplugins.dev.java.net.

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Sunday Nov 09, 2008

Screencast #27: Simple Web Application using NetBeans 6.5 IDE and GlassFish v3 Prelude


GlassFish v3 Prelude is now available!

It contains a Java EE 5-based Web stack. A comprehensive tooling by NetBeans IDE allows to easily develop Web applications and deploy directly on GlassFish v Prelude. Rapid deployment feature of GlassFish allows to redeploy applications without losing session state. Using the deploy-on-save feature of NetBeans the complete development cycle is reduced to edit-save-refresh. There is no longer a need to wait for explicit deployment any more, cool isn't it ?

And you can even purchase enterprise support as well!

This screencast shows how you can create a simple Web application using JSP and Servlets in NetBeans IDE, deploy it directly on GlassFish v3 and then debug it.


Are you still doing the conventional edit-save-deploy-refresh conventional development cycle ? Use NetBeans and GlassFish together to liberate yourself :)

File GlassFish related bugs here using "web_container" sub-component. File NetBeans related bug here using "glassfish_v3" sub-component. Ask your GlassFish related questions on webtier@glassfish.dev.java.net or NetBeans related questions on nbusers@netbeans.org.

All other GlassFish related screencasts are available here.

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Monday Sep 22, 2008

LOTD #9: Slides for Deploying and Monitoring Ruby on Rails Tutorial @ Rails Conf Europe 2008


During Rails Conf Europe 2008 Day 1 I attended an excellent tutorial on Deploying and Monitoring Ruby on Rails. The session very clearly explained the several deployment options with Rails. My notes from the session are here and the slides are now available

Here are couple of snapshots from the slide:





The complete set of slides from Rails Conf Europe 2008 are available here.

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Saturday Feb 16, 2008

3 steps for successful GlassFish Deployment

There are 3 simple steps for a successful GlassFish enterprise deployment - Download, Register, Subscribe. This blog describes what and why of each step. It particularly highlights the several unique benefits available to you in each step.

Download - The first step for any successful enterprise deployment is to download GlassFish - the best open source Application Server (see What's the big deal about GlassFish ?). You can download, develop and deploy your applications on GlassFish completely FREE. GlassFish Download

The benefits that comes along with download are:

Register - After GlassFish is downloaded and installed, you can easily register your instance by providing an email address. You can register by following these instructions. GlassFish Register

 The registration gives you the following benefits (in addition to the ones available in Download):
  • Access to aggregate contents like tech tips, bugs fixed, latest news and promotions.

Subscribe - Once your application is deployed and you need quality support in maintaining it then it's strongly recommended to buy the subscription. You can purchase the subscription here. GlassFish Subscribe

Here are the unique benefits that comes along with subscription (in addition to the ones available in Register):
  • Ability to escalate bugs for an out of cycle patch or engineering attention
  • Low risk, tested fixes and features for mission critical deployments
  • Enterprise level production support SLA - Standard, Premium or Premium Plus. Ensures 4 hour response for any question for Standard and Live Transfer for Premium and Premium Plus.
  • Indemnification for both parties
  • Live person technical support
  • Proactive to Sun Alerts and Notifications
  • Access to Sun Knowledge Base

The benefits at different steps are also summarized here.

Sun provides support for GlassFish through our distribution Sun Java System Application Server 9.1 (SJSAS 9.1). So if you have already downloaded then go ahead and register. If you have already registered and ready for deployment then download SJSAS 9.1 and buy a subscription. And be confident of your enterprise applications!

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