New GlassFish Web Casts and White Papers
By harpreet on May 07, 2009
Writing Java Applications Using Jersey to Interoperate with RESTful Web Services
The Jersey Client API is a high-level, Java technology-based API for interoperating with RESTful web services. This paper describes the client API and shows how to to concisely and efficiently implement a reusable client-side solution and talk to RESTful Services. Jersey is the open-source, production-quality reference implementation of JAX-RS, the Java API for RESTful web services. Jersey is shipped with GlassFish and is available from the GlassFish version 2 and version 3 Update Centers.
Guide to Migrating to GlassFish
Considering migrating to GlassFish and would like to know about migration issues and resources?
This web-cast explains the various source of migration issues like non-portable applications (for truly portable applications, migration may be seamless) and more. It points out verification tools to help you identify issues and makes recommendations towards using one. It outlines the process for migration and lists various resources that you can use to ease your migration to GlassFish.
Overview of High Availability with GlassFish
This web-cast describes how high availability can be achieved in GlassFish Enterprise Server. It describes the architecture of the high availability pieces and demonstrates setting this up from the administration UI. This web-cast is the ideal overview to understand how your business services can be made highly available.
Dynamic Languages on GlassFish
Interest in dynamic languages like Ruby, Groovy, Python has sky-rocketed. Developers find that their productivity increases many-fold with dynamic languages. GlassFish provides developers a platform to use dynamic languages as well as leverage Java EE features. Developers using dynamic languages like Ruby on Rails, Grails, Jython, Django can now leverage full fledged Java EE application server and run their applications on it.
This web-cast shows viewers how to build Ruby on Rails, Grails and Jython applications through Netbeans and run them on GlassFish. View this web-cast to see how GlassFish: A dynamic Application Server can simplify and speed up your development process.
GlassFish Management and Monitoring
Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server comes with powerful monitoring and management features. This web-cast explains the architecture, features of the administration infrastructure. The web-cast also demos the command line administration and the much acclaimed management GUI. You can view features like deploying applications, viewing log statistics, configuring and viewing runtime monitoring statistics, web services monitoring and finally hear about extensibility features.
If you are using GlassFish or considering to use GlassFish - this web-cast is the fastest way to start off with and understand the administration and monitoring features offered by GlassFish.