Thursday Jan 05, 2012

More JavaOne 2011 content on

Following-up quickly on the recent update to JavaOne 2011 content on, you will now find another 15 (free) sessions on the official JavaOne 2011 channel.


There are now a total of 48 sessions and the new ones include :
• "Why Java is an Ideal Platform for DevOps Automation"
• "From DevOps to NoOps: 10 cloud services you should be using"
• "HTML5 and Java: The Facts and the Myths"
• "Clusters in the Clouds: Dynamically Scaling Application Server Clusters with the Cloud"
• "Experiences with Java EE-enabled PaaS"
• "Networks as information Factories"
• "Java for legacy code reengineering"
• "Couchbase - NoSQL for social Game Scaling and performance"
• "More JVM tuning from the Pros"

Wednesday Dec 21, 2011

New Parleys content - Devoxx 2011, Java EE 7, migrating to EE 6, CDI best practices, and more

Devoxx 2011 content is now available on (free for conference attendees, 79 euros otherwise).

This includes the Pragmatic Java EE 7 and GlassFish session by Jerome, the GlassFish Session featuring the Parleys use-case, Shaun's JPA Multi-Tenancy talk, Marek's update on JAX-RS 2.0, Nigel's JMS 2.0 session, Serli's introduction to GlassFish rolling upgrades and much more.


There is also more recent content on Parleys that is relevant to the Java EE and GlassFish crowd (those are freely accessible) :
The Java EE 7 Platform: Developing for the Cloud (Arun Gupta @ JFall)
Migrating Spring to Java EE 6 (Paul & Bert @ JFall)
Vaadin Faces: JSF Has Never Been Just About Markup (Ed Burns @ JavaOne 2011)
Patterns and Best Practices for CDI (Ryan and Reza @ JavaOne 2011)
Java EE 6 : The Cool Parts (Adam Bien @ JavaOne 2011)

As you may already know, is running on GlassFish and Stephan seems to be a happy camper with his GlassFish cluster handling the load.

Wednesday Aug 31, 2011

GlassFish powers

The popular eLearning platform is now powered by a GlassFish cluster.

Stephan Janssen was kind enough to share the reasons for moving from Tomcat to GlassFish in this new GlassFish Story (make sure you read the detailed questionnaire linked from there for some technical details).

ALT_DESCR features an enormous amount of quality content offered in a modern and effective user interface. If you don't know where to start, go for the Java Space, GlassFish content or the Devoxx 2010 space.

Tuesday Feb 22, 2011

Parleys now with a "Java" Space

Java was always well represented on Parleys but it now has an official "Java Space", courtesy of OTN.

The current content includes two "TechCasts" (GlassFish/Java EE & NetBeans), a selection of six JavaOne 2010 sessions and five talks from the 2010 edition of the JVM Language Summit.


Parleys has been a very popular replay service for a while now with content provided (for a fee) by Devoxx (Java Champion Stephan Janssen is the person behind this conference as well as Parleys), other developer conferences and multiple JUGs that can use the editing software for free to post their events.