Sun GlassFish Web Stack video presentations

At CommunityOne, the Sun GlassFish Web Stack team gave a "Deep Dive" series of presentations on the web stack. Sun GlassFish Web Stack includes a fully integrated Apache, PHP, and MySQL package, as well as the GlassFish and Tomcat servers and Python and Ruby support (and lots of other stuff, too). It's currently available for OpenSolaris and Linux RedHat. (Note that if you don't want OpenSolaris as an OS on your machine, the stack works very nicely on OpenSolaris in a Sun Virtual Box VM.)

The team's presentations are available as videos from Sun Learning Services. If you don't mind getting a My Sun Online account (or you already have one), you may find these presentations interesting.

Probably the two most broadly relevant presentations are:

  • https://slx.sun.com/1179274784 - Introduction to Sun GlassFish Web Stack Deep Dive. This describes the web stack and all the technologies it incorporates, as well as the differences between the OpenSolaris and RedHat versions.
  • https://slx.sun.com/1179274787  - NetBeans and DTrace. This presentation first shows how the PHP web stack is integrated with the OpenSolaris desktop. Features include setting the PHP web stack options without manually editing configuration files, including how to enable debugging with NetBeans. The presentation also demonstrates the NetBeans features for developing PHP applications and the DTrace plugin for NetBeans.

Other interesting presentations are:

Lastly, for Ruby developers, there is https://slx.sun.com/1179274794 - Ruby in Sun Webstack.
Comments:

I registed and still do not have access to view the videos. I see the following error when trying to view all the linked videos: "Sorry, you don't seem to have access to this page"

Posted by guest on August 07, 2009 at 01:10 PM CEST #

It works fine for me. Did you log in after you registered?

Posted by Jeffrey Rubinoff on August 10, 2009 at 04:08 PM CEST #

I get the same error: "Sorry, you don't seem to have access to this page"

I have a Sun account, but it isn't clear to me where I sign up for a "Sun Online" account if indeed they are different.

Posted by Ben Haines on August 11, 2009 at 03:15 PM CEST #

I get the same result. It must be very secret ;-)

Posted by Kristian Wiborg on August 11, 2009 at 03:43 PM CEST #

If you do not have a My Sun Online account, you can register for one by clicking on the Register link at the bottom of the blue sign-in box. The direct link is http://reg.sun.com/.
However, I've just tested the link with a non-Sun Employee login, and indeed access is denied. How very annoying. I'll email a couple people and see if I can do something about that, and if not I'll delete this post.

Posted by Jeffrey Rubinoff on August 11, 2009 at 07:03 PM CEST #

Thanks Jeffrey

Posted by Ben Haines on August 12, 2009 at 12:36 PM CEST #

Very good thanks..

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