Simplify Your Portal Deployment: Web Space Server 10 VM Template

We are pleased to announce the first release of the Sun GlassFish Web Space Server Virtual Machine (VM) Template, a new method of evaluating and deploying the GlassFish Web Space Server 10 product. The template is a VM image containing an operating system, application server, database and GlassFish Web Space Server deployed in a headless server profile and lightly pre-configured for immediate evaluation and customization to suit your deployment needs.

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GlassFish Web Space Server is Sun's next-generation portal server platform. Based on the Liferay open-source portal project, it enables businesses large and small to pull together applications and content from a variety of Web-based and internal sources and present them as a unified, customizable portal on Web browsers, kiosks, and mobile devices. 


 The VM template includes:

And it is provided in several VM image formats that are optimized for the following virtualization platforms:
  • Sun VirtualBox - OVF and VDI formats
  • VMware Workstation, Fusion, Player and Server - VMDK format
  • VMware ESX - VMDK format

We are also in the process of producing formats of the template for the Amazon EC2 and Sun Cloud environments.

Although this first release of the VM template is oriented toward evaluation use, we plan to fully qualify the included stack such that future versions of the template can be used as the basis for production deployments.

Download the VM template.

For further information on the composition of the VM template and advanced deployment techniques, visit the GlassFish Web Space Server VM Template documentation.

If you are interested in talking to product experts responsible for the VM template, stop by the GlassFish Web Space Server demo booth at CommunityOne and JavaOne this year.

Comments:

impressive technology. Amazing how easy it is to deploy!

Posted by Pascal Prevot on June 24, 2009 at 06:51 PM PDT #

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