GlassFish Update
and Directions
Sun Microsystems, Inc.

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Java EE 5.0 = (J2EE 1.4).next
• Java EE 5 Theme: Ease of Development
• POJO-based programming
> More freedom, fewer requir...
GlassFish
“Various Interface21ers, including Costin and Juergen, have
taken a look at GlassFish and given it the thumbs up.”
Rod Joh...
“... we were seriously stressed when IBM declared war with Geronimo
and then HP got in the game against us too. Red Hat an...
“Among major vendors, Sun Microsystems Inc., has dramatically
improved its standing in this year's evaluation of applicati...
What Is Project GlassFish?
• A Java EE 5 compliant Application Server
• Enterprise Quality
> Sun Java System Application S...
GlassFish Adoption
• 3.5 million downloads since
July '06
• Dozens of external committers
• Over 7,000 members
• Evans dat...
GlassFish around you
Timeline of Project GlassFish

Tomcat
Jasper
Catalina
JSTL
Struts
Crimson
XSLTC
Xalan
Xerces
JAXB
JAX-RPC
JSF

GlassFish
L...
Releases in Project GlassFish
• GlassFish v1
> Victory! Java EE 5 Compliance!
> December 2006 : UR1 - bug fixes
> Growing ...
GlassFish v2

SJS Application Server 9.1

• Metro Web Services Stack

> Performance, Microsoft interoperability

• Cluster...
GlassFish v2: Grizzly & JSP Containers
• JSP Container

> Can use JSR-199 (Javac APIs in Java 6)
> 10x performance improve...
Management Features
• Centralized, secure, remote access
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Accessible as GUI, CLI, IDEs, Java-based progra...
Metro

JAX-WS, WSIT, and JAXB implementations

• Dynamic JAX-WS Runtimes
• JAXB 2.0 fully support XML Schema
> A lot of re...
GlassFish JAX-WS vs. Axis2
WSIT (Project Tango)
• WSIT (Web Services Interoperability technology)
> Extension to JAX-WS 2.x, part of GlassFish v2
> I...
Top Link Essentials / JPA
• JPA now a separate JSR
> 1.0 very well accepted
> Does not require a container

• Oracle Contr...
JBI – Java Business Integration
• OpenESB 2.0 implementation
> Included in GlassFish v2
> Integrated as a life-cycle modul...
Clustering Architecture
HTTP(S)

Custom
Resources

RMI/IIOP

JMS

Resource
Adapters

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Node B

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Clustering in GlassFish v2
JMX API

JMX
API
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Domain
Administration
Server
(DAS)

Node Agent

Node 1

Applications...
Dynamic Clustering and In-Memory
Replication
• GMS with Project Shoal

> http://shoal.dev.java.net
> Dynamic clusters impl...
Memory Replication
Typical cluster topology

Example: Maximize
Availability on 4 node
cluster on 2 machines

Instance 1

I...
Memory Replication
Problem domain and scope

• Provide Application High Availability for :
> HTTP session state
> Single S...
Memory Replication
Typical cluster topology

Instance 1

Instance 2

Instance 3

Instance 4
Memory Replication
Typical cluster topology

Example: Maximize
Availability on 4 node
cluster on 2 machines

Instance 1

I...
Memory Replication
Typical failover scenario

• Location transparency
> fail over request can go to any instance in the cl...
HTTP Session State Failover

Servlet
(HTTP Session)

replicas

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Load
Balancer

Servlet
(HTTP Session)

replicas

insta...
HTTP Session State Failover

Servlet
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replicas

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Load
Balancer

Case 1:
Instance has
replica data

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HTTP Session State Failover

Servlet
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replicas

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Load
Balancer

Case 2:
Instance does not
have replica ...
HTTP Session State Failover

Servlet
(HTTP Session)

replicas

W
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Load
Balancer

Case 2:
Instance does not
have replica ...
Cluster Dynamic Shape Change

Servlet
(HTTP Session)

replicas

W
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Load
Balancer

Shape Change
instance1 fails

Servlet
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Cluster Dynamic Shape Change

Servlet
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Servlet
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Load
Balancer

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Cluster Dynamic Shape Change

Servlet
(HTTP Session)

replicas

W
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Load
Balancer

Shape Change
instance1 fails
Instance2...
Memory Replication Configuration
Our hope was to say…

• “This page left intentionally blank” ;-)
> Meaning “zero configur...
Memory Replication Configuration
Out of the box…

• Create a domain
> Use the ‘cluster’ profile – defaults for replication...
Memory Replication Configuration
Making your app distributable

• <distributable/> element
> Required in web.xml
> Indicat...
Memory Replication Performance
Cost of replication
Hits/Sec ~17-25% throughput degradation
1000
900
800
700
600

No replic...
Performance
• SPECjAppServer Benchmark

SPECjAppServer 2004 Results
900
800

> July 2007: #1 score on T2000
> 883.66 JOPS@...
(Some) Distributions & Contributors
Tools
Java EE RI & SDK

NetBeans 5.5, 6.0

Communities

NetBeans™
IDE

Eclipse Plugin
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Tools Support
• NetBeans 5.5.1, 6.0
• Best integration with :
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full Java EE 5 support
resource creation
remote...
Recent GlassFish Partners
Open for Business!

(Jetty)
Frameworks and Applications
OSWorkFlow

Quercus P HP
OSCache

Integration ORB
Apache Httpd
DOJO
Facele ts
Shale

Project T...
GlassFish Adoption Stories
http://blogs.sun.com/stories

• PeerFlix

> GlassFish v1 on Solaris 10 / x2100
> MySQL, Kodo JD...
GlassFish v3
• Small & Fast

> Less than 1.0 sec startup

• Totally Modular, kernel is <100K

> Can run in a phone or a de...
AJAX and Scripting Activities
• AJAX
> jMaki - http://ajax.dev.java.net
> Encapsulates very easily AJAX widgets (JSP tagli...
FOSS Middleware Components
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GlassFish – AppServer, JavaPersistence, Web Tier
OpenPortal – Containe...
The SailFin Project
• Ericsson SIP Servlet
Contribution is available at:
> http://sailfin.dev.java.net

• Visit, Download,...
OpenDS

opends.dev.java.net
• Next generation Directory Services
> Designed to meet the needs of the Telco market
> High-P...
OpenESB/JBI Status
open-esb.dev.java.net

• Based on JBI (Java Business Integration) Standard
• Already Released
> JBI Imp...
OpenSSO Status
opensso.dev.java.net

• Access Manager, Single Sign-On, Federation
> SAML, XACML, Liberty Standards

• Alre...
OpenPortal Status
portal.dev.java.net

• Enterprise-class Portal Server
> Basis for the commercial product from Sun
> Next...
JAX-RS & Jersey

http://jsr311.dev.java.net
• POJO-based RESTful Web Services
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JSR 311, and also part of Java EE 6...
Resources
• http://glassfish.java.net
• http://wiki.glassfish.java.net
• http://blogs.sun.com/theaquarium
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  1. 1. GlassFish Update and Directions Sun Microsystems, Inc. Material under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ 1
  2. 2. Java EE 5.0 = (J2EE 1.4).next • Java EE 5 Theme: Ease of Development • POJO-based programming > More freedom, fewer requirements • Extensive use of annotations > Reduced need for deployment descriptors > Annotations are the default • Configure by exception > Reasonable defaults wherever possible • Resource Injection • New APIs and frameworks > EJB3, JAXB 2, JAX-WS, JSF, ...
  3. 3. GlassFish
  4. 4. “Various Interface21ers, including Costin and Juergen, have taken a look at GlassFish and given it the thumbs up.” Rod Johnson, Spring Framework Creator, Feb. 2007 [1] [1]: blog.interface21.com, Feb. 2007
  5. 5. “... we were seriously stressed when IBM declared war with Geronimo and then HP got in the game against us too. Red Hat and JOnAS didn't scare us at all (really – not at all), nor did we worry about Sun's foray into the market. Oddly enough, of that group only Sun has managed to mount serious competition to Jboss.” Marc Fleury, JBoss founder, August 2007 [2] [2]: news.com, August 2007
  6. 6. “Among major vendors, Sun Microsystems Inc., has dramatically improved its standing in this year's evaluation of applications servers for service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management (BPM)” Forrester Research, August 2007 [3] [3]: http://www.forrester.com/Research/Document/0,,37138,00.html, August 2007
  7. 7. What Is Project GlassFish? • A Java EE 5 compliant Application Server • Enterprise Quality > Sun Java System Application Server 9.x > Use it in production! • Open Source > CDDL (like OpenSolaris, NetBeans) > GPLv2 (like Java and NetBeans) > Use it in production! • Community at http://glassfish.java.net > Sources, bug DBs, discussions at Java.Net > Roadmaps, Architecture Documents
  8. 8. GlassFish Adoption • 3.5 million downloads since July '06 • Dozens of external committers • Over 7,000 members • Evans data survey of Linux users puts GlassFish at #3 behind JBoss and “other” (Tomcat) > JBoss and IBM fell 5% while GlassFish / Sun increased Unique Admin "Pings" 130000 120000 110000 100000 90000 80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 Feb 07 Mar 07 Apr 07 May 07 Jun 07 Jul 07
  9. 9. GlassFish around you
  10. 10. Timeline of Project GlassFish Tomcat Jasper Catalina JSTL Struts Crimson XSLTC Xalan Xerces JAXB JAX-RPC JSF GlassFish Launch J1'05 June 2005 V1 V2 V3 V1UR1 J1'06 May 2006 Sept. 2007 2008/2009 (you are here)
  11. 11. Releases in Project GlassFish • GlassFish v1 > Victory! Java EE 5 Compliance! > December 2006 : UR1 - bug fixes > Growing # of Deployments • GlassFish v2 > > > > New WS stack, performance, startup time Cluster management, load balancing, failover Some scripting support Community, Transparency, Adoption • GlassFish v3 > Modularized kernel (HK2) > The Web 2.0 engine
  12. 12. GlassFish v2 SJS Application Server 9.1 • Metro Web Services Stack > Performance, Microsoft interoperability • Clustering, Load-Balancing, HA > Advanced Management • JBI support (OpenESB 2.0) • Better user experience > > > > > Single, smaller, download Multiple User Profiles Better startup time Update Center New admin console: JSF, AJAX, Charts • World Record Performance ai Av le! lab
  13. 13. GlassFish v2: Grizzly & JSP Containers • JSP Container > Can use JSR-199 (Javac APIs in Java 6) > 10x performance improvement • Grizzly > > > > > > > Improved over GlassFish v1 Very Flexible and Customizable Non-blocking SSL Support Quality of Service constraints Scalable Async Req Processing (ARP) Supports Comet (long-term HTTP connections) Used in Jetty, etc... • Hosting features > Alternate docroots, webcontainer dynamically reconfigurable, ..
  14. 14. Management Features • Centralized, secure, remote access > > > > • • • • Accessible as GUI, CLI, IDEs, Java-based programs Also available via provided ANT tasks JMX & Application Server Management eXtensions, AMX Can be monitored through jConsole and others Per-service monitoring levels Call Flow Self Management Resource consumption management
  15. 15. Metro JAX-WS, WSIT, and JAXB implementations • Dynamic JAX-WS Runtimes • JAXB 2.0 fully support XML Schema > A lot of reuse of GlassFish's JAXB implementation • GlassFish JAX-WS 2.x > WS Separation of Transport and Encoding > HTTP, JMS, SMTP, TCP/IP > MTOM, Fast Infoset (binary), Textual, Others • WSIT (Project Tango) > Microsoft Interoperability and Quality of Service > Same (old) JAX-WS programing model • Overall Great Performance (see next slide)
  16. 16. GlassFish JAX-WS vs. Axis2
  17. 17. WSIT (Project Tango) • WSIT (Web Services Interoperability technology) > Extension to JAX-WS 2.x, part of GlassFish v2 > Implements WS-Addressing, WS-Security, WS-Secure Conversation, WS-ReliableMessaging, WS-MetaData Exchange, MTOM/XOP, WS-Policy, and more • POJO programing model from JAX-WS 2.x > Annotations, Asynchronous Web Services, ... > No API, platform is responsible for providing appropriate QoS > Alternate Transports – JMS, SMTP, FTP, TCP, ... • Common work with Microsoft (.Net 3's WCF) > Regular tests against various stacks See also : http://wiki.apache.org/ws/StackComparison
  18. 18. Top Link Essentials / JPA • JPA now a separate JSR > 1.0 very well accepted > Does not require a container • Oracle Contribution to GlassFish > Fully JPA-compliant and open source • Very Active Community > Oracle, Sun, TmaxSoft, independents > Mail: persistence@glassfish.dev.java.net • Pluggable (per spec) > In GlassFish, JEUS, JOnAS, Tomcat, Geronimo, JBoss, Oracle > Converse is true also: Hibernate & OpenJPA run on GlassFish
  19. 19. JBI – Java Business Integration • OpenESB 2.0 implementation > Included in GlassFish v2 > Integrated as a life-cycle module > Integrated admin tools (Web and CLI) • Many components > Binding Components: HTTP, File, FTP, JMS, TCP, CICS, HL7, ... > Service Engines: BPEL, XSLT, ETL, SQL, Scripting, Worklist, ... > https://open-esb.dev.java.net/Components.html • Tools support > NetBeans SOA 6.0 Beta • Possible to plug ServiceMix into GlassFish v2 > Support wider JBI story
  20. 20. Clustering Architecture HTTP(S) Custom Resources RMI/IIOP JMS Resource Adapters AS AS Node A AS AS Node B AS AS AS Clustered Instances Management Message routing/failover/load balancing Node N Applications and Config HA Application State Repository Databases
  21. 21. Clustering in GlassFish v2 JMX API JMX API asadmin> Domain Administration Server (DAS) Node Agent Node 1 Applications Node Agent Resources Configuration JMX API Node 2 Administration Node Java EE Server Instance JMX = Java Management Extensions
  22. 22. Dynamic Clustering and In-Memory Replication • GMS with Project Shoal > http://shoal.dev.java.net > Dynamic clusters implemented with JXTA by default > Extreme ease of use in cluster setup • Replication > What? > HTTP session state > Stateful EJB session state > Single Sign-On state > Container state (timers, ...) > How? > Default is In-Memory replication with JXTA > Can still use HADB for 99.999% uptime (higher perf degradation)
  23. 23. Memory Replication Typical cluster topology Example: Maximize Availability on 4 node cluster on 2 machines Instance 1 Instance 2 Instance 3 Instance 4 Machine 1 Machine 2
  24. 24. Memory Replication Problem domain and scope • Provide Application High Availability for : > HTTP session state > Single Sign On state > Stateful EJB Session bean state • Application server instances need : > > > > > Automatic Transaction recovery EJB Timer migrations Cluster health In-memory replication module IIOP failover load-balancer
  25. 25. Memory Replication Typical cluster topology Instance 1 Instance 2 Instance 3 Instance 4
  26. 26. Memory Replication Typical cluster topology Example: Maximize Availability on 4 node cluster on 2 machines Instance 1 Instance 2 Instance 3 Instance 4 Machine 1 Machine 2
  27. 27. Memory Replication Typical failover scenario • Location transparency > fail over request can go to any instance in the cluster • 2 Cases: Failover request lands on > Case 1: instance with replica data: ownership taken, processing continues > Case 2: instance without replica data > instance sends broadcast request > instance with replica data transfers data back to requester and deletes its copy after an acknowledge > JXTA makes this easy (propagation communication channels are scoped within the “group” (i.e. the cluster members)
  28. 28. HTTP Session State Failover Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas W S Load Balancer Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas instance 1 instance 2 Servlet (HTTP Session) Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas replicas instance 4 Cluster instance 3
  29. 29. HTTP Session State Failover Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas W S Load Balancer Case 1: Instance has replica data Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas instance 1 instance 2 Servlet (HTTP Session) Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas replicas instance 4 Cluster instance 3
  30. 30. HTTP Session State Failover Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas W S Load Balancer Case 2: Instance does not have replica data Broadcast… Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas instance 1 instance 2 Servlet (HTTP Session) Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas replicas instance 4 Cluster instance 3
  31. 31. HTTP Session State Failover Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas W S Load Balancer Case 2: Instance does not have replica data and ownership transfer… Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas instance 1 instance 2 Servlet (HTTP Session) Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas replicas instance 4 Cluster instance 3
  32. 32. Cluster Dynamic Shape Change Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas W S Load Balancer Shape Change instance1 fails Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas instance 1 instance 2 Servlet (HTTP Session) Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas replicas instance 4 Cluster instance 3
  33. 33. Cluster Dynamic Shape Change Servlet (HTTP Session) X Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas W S Load Balancer Shape Change instance1 fails Instance2 and 4 see the failure replicas instance 1 instance 2 X Servlet (HTTP Session) Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas replicas instance 4 Cluster instance 3
  34. 34. Cluster Dynamic Shape Change Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas W S Load Balancer Shape Change instance1 fails Instance2 and 4 see the failure Instance4 selects Instance2 as new partner—new connections established Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas instance 1 instance 2 Servlet (HTTP Session) Servlet (HTTP Session) replicas replicas instance 4 Cluster instance 3 the reverse happens when an instance joins or re-joins the cluster
  35. 35. Memory Replication Configuration Our hope was to say… • “This page left intentionally blank” ;-) > Meaning “zero configuration required” • We came close to that goal…
  36. 36. Memory Replication Configuration Out of the box… • Create a domain > Use the ‘cluster’ profile – defaults for replication are handled > Enables GMS—heartbeat enabled > persistence-type = "replicated" • Create a cluster and instances • Deploy your application with availability-enabled=true • That’s it
  37. 37. Memory Replication Configuration Making your app distributable • <distributable/> element > Required in web.xml > Indicates you believe your application is ready to run in a cluster • Serializable objects required > HTTP Session state > EJB technology Stateful Session Bean state
  38. 38. Memory Replication Performance Cost of replication Hits/Sec ~17-25% throughput degradation 1000 900 800 700 600 No replication replication HADB 500 400 300 200 100 0 2K session 4K session 8K session
  39. 39. Performance • SPECjAppServer Benchmark SPECjAppServer 2004 Results 900 800 > July 2007: #1 score on T2000 > 883.66 JOPS@Standard for GlassFish v2 > 10% faster than BEA WebLogic > 30% faster than IBM WebSphere 6.1 > July 2007: Best $/perf. on full Open Source stack > 813.73 JOPS@Standard > GlassFish v2, OpenSolaris, Java 6, PostgreSQL > 3x the price/perf vs. Oracle on HP score 700 600 ? 500 400 300 200 100 0 Sun BEA IBM JBoss • Performance: Startup Speed > Start as little as possible in v2 (see also v3) You no longer need to chose between Open Source and performance
  40. 40. (Some) Distributions & Contributors Tools Java EE RI & SDK NetBeans 5.5, 6.0 Communities NetBeans™ IDE Eclipse Plugin Distributions Sun Java System AS 9.x JBoss 5 Derby Project GlassFish TmaxSoft JEUS 6 Oracle oc4j BEA WebLogic 10 MQ Portal Server Open ESB SailFin Ericsson Maven Rep Users and Other Groups
  41. 41. Tools Support • NetBeans 5.5.1, 6.0 • Best integration with : > > > > > > full Java EE 5 support resource creation remote debug incremental deployment profiling wizards, etc... • Additional features (SOA, UML, jRubyOnRails, ...) • GlassFish (v1, v2, v3) plugin for Eclipse 3.3 (Europa) • Genuitec's MyEclipse offers greater integration between IDE and GlassFish
  42. 42. Recent GlassFish Partners Open for Business! (Jetty)
  43. 43. Frameworks and Applications OSWorkFlow Quercus P HP OSCache Integration ORB Apache Httpd DOJO Facele ts Shale Project Tango CJ UG - Cl as sif ie ds BIR T MyFaces ADF Sit eMesh JSPwiki SEAM MC4J jB PM WebDAV Tapest ry AJ AX Strin gBeans P ortal BlogTrader Wicket Equinox Java WSDP WebSphere M Q EHCache Dalma
  44. 44. GlassFish Adoption Stories http://blogs.sun.com/stories • PeerFlix > GlassFish v1 on Solaris 10 / x2100 > MySQL, Kodo JDO • Wotif.com > Large # hits, ehCache / Horizontal Scaling > Spring and Hibernate > 3rd largest commercial site in Australia • Harvard University > On-line archive for sharing data within and across universities > Lucene, PostgreSQL, Apache Shale • More (small and large) > Help us collect these > stories@sun.com
  45. 45. GlassFish v3 • Small & Fast > Less than 1.0 sec startup • Totally Modular, kernel is <100K > Can run in a phone or a desktop application > Can be embedded in-process • An ideal Container for Web 2.0 > Java Web Applications, PHP, jRuby/RoR, ... > Support for upcoming Java EE 6 profiles • A container that can do Java EE and more • Screencast and preview code available today > http://hk2.dev.java.net > http://blogs.sun.com/dochez/entry/first_glassfish_v3_screencast1 • Still early stages... working on schedule
  46. 46. AJAX and Scripting Activities • AJAX > jMaki - http://ajax.dev.java.net > Encapsulates very easily AJAX widgets (JSP taglib) > DynaFaces - http://jsf-extensions.dev.java.net > AJAX and full-featured JSF components > WoodStock - http://woodstock.dev.java.net > Repository of AJAXyfied JSF components > JSF Templating http://jsftemplating.dev.java.net/ > Templating for pages and components • Phobos - http://phobos.dev.java.net > Scripting on the Server • Comet and Grizzly - http://grizzly.dev.java.net > Long-term HTTP connections for push content
  47. 47. FOSS Middleware Components • • • • • • • • • • • • GlassFish – AppServer, JavaPersistence, Web Tier OpenPortal – Container, WSRP, Portlet, Portlet Rep OpenESB, OpenJBI – JBI, BPEL OpenSSO – Access & Federation Manager OpenDS – Directory Server Jersey – JAX-RS for RESTful Web Services Hudson – Continuous build software Phobos, jMaki... – Web 2.0/AJAX Open MQ – MessageQueue WoodStock – JSF Components Apache Derby – JavaDB Social Software – Apache Roller, Slynkr
  48. 48. The SailFin Project • Ericsson SIP Servlet Contribution is available at: > http://sailfin.dev.java.net • Visit, Download, Try, Join > Milestone 1 available • Not just for telco operators! > Bridging the HTTP and SIP protocols • Built on GlassFish v2 and expected first half of 2008
  49. 49. OpenDS opends.dev.java.net • Next generation Directory Services > Designed to meet the needs of the Telco market > High-Performance, highly extensible and VERY large deployments • Brand-new Code Base > Java-based, Very High Performance Goals > Not Based on DSEE (2B-entry deployments, market leader) • Full Fledged > Full LDAPv3, replicas > Virtual Directory, Proxies, Caching, etc... • Schedule > v1.0 before year's end
  50. 50. OpenESB/JBI Status open-esb.dev.java.net • Based on JBI (Java Business Integration) Standard • Already Released > JBI Implementation > BPEL > Many binding components • More Components to be Released • Integrated within GlassFish V2 • Distributed in > NetBeans SOA Pack > Future of Sun Composite Application Platform Suite (CAPS)
  51. 51. OpenSSO Status opensso.dev.java.net • Access Manager, Single Sign-On, Federation > SAML, XACML, Liberty Standards • Already Released > Access Manager > Many Policy Agents > Federation Manager • To be Released > More Policy Agents • Distributed in > Sun Java System Access Manager & Federation Manager
  52. 52. OpenPortal Status portal.dev.java.net • Enterprise-class Portal Server > Basis for the commercial product from Sun > Next release is Sun Java System Portal Server 7.2 • Sub-projects portlet-container.dev.java.net (JSR168 / JSR 286) portlet-repository.dev.java.net wsrp.dev.java.net (WSRP 1.0, 2.0) portalpack.netbeans.org / eclipse-portalpack.dev.java.net saw.dev.java.net (Worflow/SOA) mirage.dev.java.net (CMS) jsfportletbridge.dev.java.net • Get more information from http://blogs.sun.com/portal > > > > > > >
  53. 53. JAX-RS & Jersey http://jsr311.dev.java.net • POJO-based RESTful Web Services > > > > JSR 311, and also part of Java EE 6 (JSR 316) High-level declarative programming model Flexible typing, runtime takes care of common conversions Pluggable support for types, containers, and resolvers • Reference Implementation > http://jersey.dev.java.net > Available to GlassFish via update center > Deployment options: JAX-WS endpoint (per JSR), Grizzly, Java 6 lightweight HTTPd • Roadmap > JSR and Reference Implementation final by 2H2008
  54. 54. Resources • http://glassfish.java.net • http://wiki.glassfish.java.net • http://blogs.sun.com/theaquarium
  55. 55. Sun Microsystems, Inc. Material under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ 55
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