Discover the next generation of Java hosting platforms which can run and scale any Java application with no code changes required. Are you still struggling with your own server set-ups? We will show some of the benefits with deploying your application on a Java Paas Cloud instead.
After a short presentation about GlassFish technology, you will learn how to use GlassFish clustering features to set up a scalable and highly available Java EE environment. See how easy centralized administration, application deployment, load balancing, and session replication are.
Some applications simply cannot be contained. Perhaps you want to write a worker that periodically polls for updates or performs a maintenance task. Perhaps you would like to use a new lightweight web framework. You don’t necessarily want to build a WAR for these types of apps.
Mobile app development is moving toward a client/cloud paradigm, including a thin client built with HTML5 plus PhoneGap or Java for accessing native device features and connected to cloud services via REST APIs.
Java PaaS platforms have been growing like mushrooms, and many Java developers are confused about which one to use and whether Java PaaS makes sense for their applications.
With today’s heterogeneous system/application environments, enterprise developers and architects are often faced with complex integration challenges that often result in Moloch-like code. This session introduces common enterprise application integration (EAI) patterns that can easily be used to integrate Java EE applications into heterogeneous system environments.
jclouds is an open source library that helps you get started in the cloud and utilizes your Java or Clojure development skills. The jclouds API gives you the freedom to use portable abstractions or cloud-specific features. jclouds tests support of 30 cloud providers and cloud software stacks including Amazon, GoGrid, …
What do you get when you combine JavaFX and Scala together on top of a Cloud architecture? The most highly scalable platform for Java client development possible, leveraging the UI richness of JavaFX, elegance of Scala, and infinite scalability of a multi-cloud platform.
Learn how to develop Java EE 6 applications for OpenShift, running JBoss AS 7. You will see how to create an application from scratch and then deploy it to Red Hat’s free PaaS, OpenShift Express.
We’ll start by comparing public cloud services like Amazon S3 or Microsoft Azure and private cloud software like OpenStack Swift or Eucalyptus Walrus from a feature and code/API level. We’ll then review java and clojure calls to the open source jclouds BlobStore API, abstracting away these differences. We’ll finish with …