Current State Analysis Using JBoss Cake After the list of applications is compiled as mentioned above, collect the locations of the source code and deployment artifacts for the stated applications. Collection of the locations of the source code is necessary to ensure a quick start to the migration process once the project kicks off. Place all of this information in a spreadsheet for future reference. Collection of the deployment artifacts (EARs, WARs, JARs) is necessary to run a Red Hat Consulting product called JBoss Cake. JBoss Cake is only available through Red Hat Consulting at the moment, though in the future it will be offered as a Software as a Service (SaaS) through the Red Hat Customer Portal. Once all of the applications are run through JBoss Cake, it will output: • A level of effort number in hours (LOE) to estimate the migration effort • The frameworks used within the application • Hints on how to migrate the code This information can then be used in the project plan …
Perhaps it makes sense, after all, that JBoss, more than any other, including MySQL, is set to define the next generation of enterprise technology. From NoSQL to mobile, JBoss executives are pulling down sacred cows and reshaping the enterprise. They can’t help it. It’s in their DNA.
It’s time to learn new Quartz 2 API using JBoss AS 7. This tutorial shows how to install it on JBoss AS 7 and how to configure some simple Jobs of it. In the second part of it, we will show how to add an advanced configuration which includes a JDBC Job Store.
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Scalability is specialization. Every problem space has its unique characteristics and any system must be built to solve that particular problem. StubHub is constrained by the need for a safe buying experience, the unique nature of the ticket market, bursty traffic, and the vagaries of events. Their system must reflect those requirements.
Low cost compared to all other application servers with more reliability powered by community.
You can get the ability for distributing JBoss servers with application to your customers.
Easy auditing of data, hence less downtime which gives more business.
Elegant administration with easy CLI and console utilities, hence less cost invested for admins.
Provides a great customization facilities to the admins compared to other application servers.
Cloud computing, it is one of the best application server which is cloud ready. Very easy integration with OpenShift http://www.facebook.com/openshift
Ocean of best community projects which makes it up to date with the latest technologies to fulfil the changing demands of it’s users.
Amazing tools for JBoss Developers in form Of JBDS (http://www.jboss.com/products/devstudio/) and JBoss Tools (http://www.jboss.org/tools)
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JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5 (JBoss EAP) and Oracle WebLogic Server 11g (WLS) are both enterprise-class application servers. This post will evaluate the total cost of acquisition (TCA) of each one based on a comparable feature set and a specific set of hardware requirements.
Covering all aspects of mobile application development! This includes the latest HTML5 technologies used in the mobile web, and in hybrid application frameworks like the Apache Cordova. All the way to JBoss AS based services, mobile RichFaces/JSF2, tooling, and native application support, and prototyping.
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