Monday Jul 18, 2011

Human based workflow from Imixs Software Solutions using Java EE 6 and GlassFish


Imixs Software Solutions story was published on this blog 4 years ago. They provide an open source human-based workflow software that can be integrated in any Java application. They have migrated from Java EE 5/GlassFish v2 to Java EE 6/GlassFish 3.1 since then.

Migrating to Java EE 6 makes their architecture more flexible and removes restrictions on scalability and transactions. EJB 3.1 Lite and JPA 2.0 that makes it much easier to integrate the workflow engine into Web and Enterprise applications. The workflow modeler is built on top of Eclipse and the changes can be deployed during runtime without restart of the container.

Try the bits at imixs-workflow.java.net or more details on their community website.

Make sure you read the updated Imixs detailed questionnaire for further information on how Java EE 6 and GlassFish 3.1 is used to serve their need.

Thursday Apr 14, 2011

GlassFishHosting.net: Self managed hosting of GlassFish using Java EE 6 & GlassFish

GlassFishHosting.net provides managed GlassFish hosting using Java EE 6 and GlassFish as the deployment platform. A GlassFish 3.1 Web Profile or Full Platform VPS, with servers in Europe and USA, and associated MySQL instance can be obtained starting from $25/month.

Several Java EE 6 technologies such as JSF2, CDI, JAX-RS, and JPA2 Criteria Queries are used to build this application. They love the easy-to-administer, fast startup, and session-preservation across redeployment features of GlassFish.

They are already planning to add support for other database, shared VPS and JVM, clustering, advanced monitoring for the instance usage, and much more. Their blog always has the latest details.

Make sure you read the GlassFishHosting.net detailed questionnaire, with extensive deployment diagrams, for further information on how GlassFish is used to serve their need.

Tuesday Oct 23, 2007

Numera trusts GlassFish v2 for several payment applications

If you hear that a credit card holder website, a payment gateway, a web application for bank branches, and a call center web application are all running on the same application server software, you might think that this is because it took a lot of persuasion by the software vendor. As it turns out, the software is GlassFish and the effort is really only about making an easy-to-use product.

These particular applications are running on Windows, using mainly the Metro stack to interact with .Net Web Services. They also make use of the Java Persistence API with a MS SQL Server back-end.

Learn how Carlo from Numera, a subsidiary of Banco di Sardegna specializing in IT services, discovered GlassFish, started using it to develop Java EE 5 applications and went into production for those four different applications in this full questionnaire.

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