Friday Mar 30, 2012

Tab Sweep: Java EE 6 Scopes, Observer, SSL, Workshop, Virtual Server, JDBC Connection Validation

Recent Tips and News on Java, Java EE 6, GlassFish & more :

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How Java EE 6 Scopes Affect User Interactions (DevX.com)
Why is Java EE 6 better than Spring ? (Arun Gupta)
JavaEE Revisits Design Patterns: Observer (Murat Yener)
Getting started with Glassfish V3 and SSL (JavaDude)
Software stacks market share within Jelastic: March 2012 (Jelastic)
All aboard the Java EE 6 Love Boat! (Bert Ertman)
Full stack Java EE workshop (Kito Mann)
Create a virtual server from console in glassfish (Hector Guzman)
Glassfish – JDBC Connection Validation explained (Alexandru Ersenie)
Automatically setting the label of a component in JSF 2 (Arjan Tijms)
JSF2 + Primefaces3 + Spring3 & Hibernate4 Integration Project (Eren Avşaroğulları)
THE EXECUTABLE FEEL OF JAX-RS 2.0 CLIENT (Adam Bien)

Here are some tweets from this week ...

web-app dtd(s) on http://t.co/4AN0057b R.I.P. using http://t.co/OTZrOEEr instead. Thank you Oracle!
finally got GlassFish and Cassandra running embedded so I can unit test my app #jarhell
#JavaEE6 + #NetBeans is really a pleasure to work with!
Reading latest chapter in #Spring vs #JavaEE wars https://t.co/RqlGmBG9 (and yes, #JavaEE6 is better :P)
@javarebel very easy install and very easy to use in combination with @netbeans and @glassfish. Save your time.

Wednesday Jan 18, 2012

Jelastic now taking full advantage of GlassFish clustering

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Jelastic has been a popular multi-container PaaS solution for Java developments offering support for GlassFish among other container choices.

It now fully supports the GlassFish 3.1.x clustering DAS-based architecture with horizontal scaling and session replication, both of which leverage Jelastic's NGINX-based load-balancing service.

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Have you tried GlassFish running on Jelastic? What was the experience like?