Friday Jun 14, 2013

JSON 1.0, EJB 3.2, Batch 1.0 Replay: Java EE 7 Launch Webinar Technical Breakouts on YouTube


On-Demand Replay of Java EE 7 Launch Webinar is already available. You can watch the entire Strategy and Technical Keynote there, and all other Technical Breakout sessions as well.

Today, we will start releasing the Technical Breakout sessions on GlassFishVideos YouTube channel as well. In this series, the first three videos are released:



Enjoy watching them over the weekend!

And don't forget to download Java EE 7 SDK and try numerous bundled samples.

Stay tuned for the next set of three videos ...

Thursday Mar 08, 2012

GlassFish 3.1.2 Screencasts & Videos

Now that GlassFish 3.1.2 is out the door (download it here) you may want to watch one of the screencasts or videos that were put together for this release.

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"GlassFish Server 3.1.2 Overview" presentation by John Clingan (Product Manager)
"GlassFish 3.1.2 Overview by Sathyan Catari", interview by Arun Gupta
"Cluster Management with GlassFish 3.1.2 Console (SSH & DCOM)", a screencast by Anissa
"Managing Application Scoped Resources from the 3.1.2 Console", a screencast by Anissa
"5-minute screencast", screencast by Adam Bien showing Java EE 6 with NetBeans 7.1.1 and GlassFish 3.1.2

As a reminder, all GlassFish Videos and Screencasts are available from our YouTube channel.

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 Parleys.com (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.

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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, Parleys.com is running on GlassFish and Stephan seems to be a happy camper with his GlassFish cluster handling the load.

Wednesday Oct 12, 2011

JavaOne 2011 Technical Keynote - Java EE 7 (Video, Podcast)

While all the JavaOne 2011 keynotes are available from the OTN Media Network, if you're interested in the Java EE portion of the technical keynote you can now get straight to it on the GlassFish YouTube Channel or on the GlassFish Podcast.

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The audio/podcast version is Episode #77 and is only 15 minutes as the demo portion was edited out (not ideal in audio-only format). If you want to get to the demo details, consider the video or the detailed instructions to run it yourself. There is a dedicated page on the elasticity part of the demo.

Remember you can track the progress of the Java EE 7 Expert Group as well as the work going on in the GlassFish 4.0 builds (we're now down to build 5 now)..

Wednesday Jul 27, 2011

OSCON Java videos on YouTube

OSCON Java (a new track this year) is going on right now in Portland, OR with a bunch of keynotes already posted on YouTube.

These are short 10 to 20-minute presentations. The Twitter Java case-study is probably the most popular one so far (although YouTube seems to have some issues counting views) but you should probably spend time watching Steve Harris' "Open Source, Java, and Oracle -- Cracking the Code" to find out all about the POSTL (Perceived Open Source Threat Level).

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Other interesting videos include Joe Darcy's very fine "JDK 7 in a Nutshell" (possibly the best presentation title at an O'Reilly conference) or Josh Bloch's "Java: The Good, Bad, and Ugly Parts". I have to say that I started watching one and ended up watching almost all of them.

Friday Mar 18, 2011

GlassFish 3.1 Screencasts (so far)

One new thing we tried for the release of GlassFish 3.1 was to do not only blogs (see coverage), but also screencasts done mostly by the engineers themselves but also from product managers.

Screencasts are not easy to produce - they take time and the result is not always what you had hoped for (technical issues, length, scenario not well thought out) but I have to say I'm very happy with this first batch of screencasts hosted on the GlassFish YouTube Channel. Here's the list so far :

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GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #1 - Product Overview
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #2 - Upgrade cluster
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #3 - From install to cluster in 10 minutes or so
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #4 - Performance Tuner
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #5 - Load-balancing with GlassFish plugin for Oracle iPlanet Web Server
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #6 - Monitoring Scripting Client
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #7 - Clustering Infrastructure
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #8 - Active Cache for GlassFish (Coherence\*Web)
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #9 - GlassFish and WebLogic JMS interoperability
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #11 - Change Master Password
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #12 - Oracle GlassFish Server Value-Added Features (GlassFish Server Control)
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #13 - Developer Tools Support
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #14 - High Availability Demo
GlassFish 3.1 SOTD #15 - Enhancements in HK2 kernel Infrastructure

You can reference all entries for these and future screencasts using this URL.

Tuesday Oct 05, 2010

New GlassFish Videos (@YouTube) and Audio (@GlassFishPodcast)

We have new Videos and Audio Recordings.

New Videos

Arun has uploaded several new videos to GlassFishVideos, our official channel at YouTube:

• Two short interviews as part of a JavaOne Playlist: RedFX: JavaFX Widget Library for GlassFish, with Johan Voss and GlassFish scales and configures very quickly for Micello - the "indoor Google Maps" company with Prakahs Narayan.  Also check out Arun's companion blogs (RedFX, Micello).

• A 6-parter playlist based on the OSGi HoL from JavaOne.  See the blog for details and play the playlist.

GlassFishVideos has been growing very nicely.  We launched on July 20th and it already has 39 videos, with over 20K upload views, almost 7.5K channel views, and 227 subscribers.  We are just getting started and, given the abundance of mobile devices that are good YouTube clients, I think the channel will be very successful.

New Podcasts

At the same time, Alexis has uploaded two podcasts to the GlassFish Podcast.

Episode #67 is an interview with Masoud Kalali recorded at JavaZone in Oslo; Episode #68 features Adam Bien and was recorded at JavaOne.

GlassFish Podcasts now has 68 episodes, download them directly from the website, via the feeds or via the iTunes store and you will be able to use them in your next traffic jam... or on the Tube.

Sunday Aug 01, 2010

Introducing GlassFishVideos - GlassFish at YouTube

We now have an official YouTube channel for videos related to GlassFish: GlassFishVideos. The channel already has 15 screencasts from Alexis, including the new one on the Hudson Provisioning Plugin, and over the next few weeks we are going to complete updating videos from Arun, myself and other sources.

We don't yet have a process to determine what content goes there but, as always, we welcome your suggestions.

Tuesday Jun 15, 2010

GlassFish (YouTube) Channel

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Due to popular demand, the GlassFish Channel is now live!

Since both glassfish and theaquarium users were already registered by someone in Australia (same person not posting anything...?) we're going with www.youtube.com/user/javascreencasts. As of today, you'll find 16 screencasts, most of which focus on version 3.0. This includes the six short introductory demos from the launch of GlassFish v3 in December 2009 linked off of the getting started page, but you'll also find the recent Milestone 1 screencasts and more...

The way this works is as follows: the GlassFish channel is set up to present a default playlist which aggregates a number of GlassFish-related screencasts. If you have a video on YouTube and would like to be listed on the GlassFish Channel, simply send a request to advocacy-AT-glassfish.dev.java.net.

Added The old name (javascreencasts) was very generic; we created a new channel and moved the content there. The new channel is GlassFishVideos.

Friday Mar 16, 2007

10 Minutes of Fame - GlassFish Video at SDN

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Simon is hosting a series of video interviews at the SDN Channel on OpenSource. We taped the interviews some time ago and we are releasing them once a week during March. Last week was the Introduction to the Series; this week's webcast shows interviews with Mark Reinhold on OpenJDK and with me on GlassFish.

My 10 minutes of fame start arount minute 9 of the Webcast. It came out reasonably well, considering it was a one-shot interview, unlike my earier interview in Feb 2006.