By alexismp on Apr 27, 2011
Of course it's great to see so many GlassFish 3.1 blogs written by the engineers themselves but it's equally rewarding to read user blogs sharing their experience with the larger community. This time we have two fully documented blog entries on setting up a GlassFish cluster from Sven and using ActiveCache (Coherence\*Web) from Markus.
Over on the "The JavaDude Weblog" Sven has a detailed step-by-step recipe for setting up a GlassFish 3.1 cluster. His approach uses VirtualBox-virtualized Ubuntu instances and combines a Web Admin Console and command-line approach using the SSH provisioning introduced in this release.
With the recent release of Coherence 3.7, Markus discusses how to install the software, package applications to use ActiveCache for GlassFish (Coherence\*Web integration), start Coherence data nodes, all in a short and sweet blog post.
The GlassFish team of course also appreciates simple yet we believe sincere VIP compliments, thanks James!