Friday Nov 21, 2008

GlassFish V2 Clustering and Load Balancing - Simplified

Sun GlassFish V2 Enterprise Server is the first fully compliant Java EE 5  Application Server which is Enterprise-Ready, Production-Quality, High Performer available as open source and free for customer deployment. Its Subscription offers flexible and cost-efficient three software-support-levels to match customer needs, Standard, Premium, and Premium-Plus.

Sun Microsystems first announced the Project GlassFish in JavaOne 2005, as an initiative to open source its industry renowned commercial Application Server and the Java EE Reference Implementation. First release was in JavaOne 2006.

The key challenges among Enterprises or Next Generation web delivery companies is the growing user subscription base, requirement for scalability, high availability, a robust backbone, and most critically the cost-effectiveness. Deployment of GlassFish V2 with Sun SPARC Enterprise CoolThread Servers provides a robust infrastructure solution with advanced Application Server features and capabilities.

Presentation : GlassFish-V2-Clustering-Simplified.pdf

The presentation is a sincere effort to simplify the understanding of GlassFish V2 Clustering and Load Balancing concepts, architecture, implementation and deployment configurations. The technical content has been tested for accuracy and reliability on multiple platforms. The presentation provides both the perspectives, technical and business advantages in adopting GlassFish technology. 

Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server V2 can take real advantage of State-Of-The-Art CoolThread Server technology for high performance throughput computing and scalability.

It has set a world record, at the SPECjAppServer2004, as the fastest open source application server on Sun Fire T2000, delivering 883.66 JOPS@Standard, which is faster than Websphere 6.1 by 30%, and WebLogic by 10%.

Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440, the latest CoolThread Server is eco-efficient and provides the reliability of mid-range systems.

Thursday Jul 31, 2008

NetBeans 6.1, The Only IDE You Need!

If you are ever wondering what is NetBeans, its really the confluence of world's best 'Three'

  1. A very popular IDE (Integrated Development Environment), which is open source
  2. One of the richest Platform, comprised of enormous set of Module and Plugins
  3. A large Thriving Community of Subscribers, and growing by the day

NetBeans 6.1 IDE is completely developed on Java technology which is known for its portability and interoperability. NetBeans 6.1 is the "The Only IDE You Need!" to develop applications in almost any programming language of your expertise. What more if I say, its also now available on operating system platform of your choice, Sun-OS Solaris10, OpenSolaris, Microsoft Windows, various Linux distributions, Mac OS Intel. Moreover you may choose to build and manage your entire SDLC (Software Development Lifecycle) within this single most familiar NetBeans 6.1 IDE.

The history of NetBeans started in the year 1996 with few University students at Prague as their academic project. In the year 2000, Sun Microsystems decided to sponsor the project and also made it open source at www.netbeans.org domain. Today's one of the richest NetBeans Platform was born in the year 2001. The Platform comprises of extensive Packages and APIs those can be extended to rapidly build your Rich Client Applications without the effort of reinventing the wheel. In 2006 the NetBeans 5.0 was launched with a comprehensive Module development support. The recent NetBeans 6.x brought about new enhancements in Platform development like SWING GUI Builder (formerly known as Matisse project) among multitude of new other features.

Here are two slide sets which I created to talk about 1). NetBeans 6.1 IDE (preso) and 2). NetBeans Platform (preso) development. I have also used few proofs of my photography skills in the slides to express myself.

Enjoy !


Recommended by Geertjan WielengaNetBeans Platform Certified Engineering teaching resources, under Slides on Specialized Technical Topics and the Main NetBeans Platform APIs.

Refer http://edu.netbeans.org/contrib/slides/netbeans-platform

Excellent technical overview, covering the user interface support in NetBeans IDE, as well as the main NetBeans APIs.


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