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GlassFish and JavaEE, Today and Future

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A fairly short (26 slides) presentation covering the GlassFish community and product (v2 and upcoming modular v3) as well as Java EE 5 and upcoming Java EE 6.

A fairly short (26 slides) presentation covering the GlassFish community and product (v2 and upcoming modular v3) as well as Java EE 5 and upcoming Java EE 6.

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    • 1. Java EE and GlassFish Present and Future August 2008
    • 2. GlassFish around You Get your own local snapshot from: http://beta.glassfish.java.net:81/maps/
    • 3. GlassFish Adoption
      • Millions of downloads
      • Dozens of external committers
      • Over 8,000 members
      • Excellent analyst reviews
        • Gartner, Forrester, etc...
    • 4. GlassFish Best of class App Server
      • GlassFish v2 released Sept. 2007
        • 4 millions downloads
        • From x3 to x10 usage over 12 months
      • Out of the box :
        • Web Services interop with Microsoft
        • Full Clustering
        • Administration tools
        • Performance (SPEC record)
        • Tooling (NetBeans, Eclipse, ...)
      http://glassfish.org
    • 5. Timeline of Project GlassFish Tomcat Jasper Catalina JSTL Struts Crimson XSLTC Xalan Xerces JAXB JAX-RPC JSF J1'05 June 2005 GlassFish Launch Sept. 2007 (you are here) v3 2008/2009 UR1 v2.1 UR2 J1'06 May 2006 v2 v1 UR1 v1 Sept. 2007
    • 6. GlassFish v2 for the Enterprise
      • Web Tier
        • Grizzly nio framework (HTTP, IIOP, SIP)
        • Dynamic Web Container
        • Ultra-fast JSP compilation
      • Metro Web Services Stack
        • One-stop shop for Web Services starting with JAX-WS
        • Performance, Advanced WS & Microsoft interoperability
      • Clustering, Load-Balancing, HA
        • Dynamic group management system (Shoal)
        • In-memory replication
        • Unified Management
    • 7. Clustering in GlassFish v2 JMX = Java Management Extensions
    • 8. GlassFish v2 for the Enterprise Integration
      • Open MQ
        • High performing JMS implementation
        • HA for brokers and messages
        • Available as standalone product
        • Integration with GlassFish
          • In memory, Out of process, or Remote
      • JBI support
        • OpenESB 2.0 as the integration back-bone
        • Install, admin, and monitoring integrated in GlassFish v2
        • Basis for Java CAPS Release 6
      • Oracle TopLink as default JPA persistence engine
        • Hibernate also easily usable
    • 9. GlassFish v2 for Enterprises Management & Monitoring
      • Graphical, command-line, tools, ANT ...
        • JMX and Centralized
      • Call Flow
      • Self-management
      • Diagnostic reports
      • VisualVM
        • Now in Java 6u7
        • GlassFish plugin
    • 10. Web Admin Console
    • 11. Demo v2
    • 12. GlassFish Performance SPECjAppServer
        • July 2007: #1 score on T2000
          • 883.66 JOPS@Standard for GlassFish v2
          • + 10% vs. WebLogic, +30% vs. WebSphere 6.1
        • July 2007: Best $/perf. on full Open Source
          • GlassFish v2, OpenSolaris, Java 6, PostgreSQL
          • 3x the price/perf vs. Oracle on HP score
        • November 2007: Massive Scalability Result
          • 8,439.36 JOPS@Standard (6 nodes, 18 instances)
          • Sun T5120 & E6900
      You no longer need to chose between Open Source and Performance JBoss Disclaimers: SPEC and the benchmark name SPECjAppServer 2004 are registered trademarks of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Competitive benchmark results stated above reflect results published on www.spec.org as of 11/21/07. The comparison presented is based on GlassFish v2 UR1 run on 6 Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 (1 chip, 8 cores/chip, 8 threads/core) 1.4GHz 8,439.36 SPECjAppServer2004 [email_address] . For the latest SPECjAppServer 2004 benchmark results, visit http://www.spec.org/ . ?
    • 13. GlassFish v2 for the Developer
      • Single, smaller, download
        • Around 60 MB total
      • Multiple User Profiles
        • Developer, Cluster, Enterprise
        • Upgrade from one to another
      • Better startup time
        • Almost matches Tomcat
        • (see also GlassFish v3)
      • Cool Technologies
        • Grizzly's Comet, jRuby
        • on Rails, jMaki, …
      • Update Center
        • Provision and install new
        • features, frameworks, …
      • Tools support
        • NetBeans, (My)Eclipse,
        • IntelliJ, etc...
    • 14. Java EE 5 = (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
      • DRY principle (better defaults)
      • Resource Injection
      • New APIs and frameworks
    • 15. Java EE 6 – JSR 316
      • Extensibility
      • Profiles
      • Pruning
      • More ease of development
      • New and updated:
      • JSF 2.0 (JSR 314)
      • JSP 2.2
      • JAX-RS (JSR 311)
      • WebBeans 1.0 (JSR 299)
      • Servlets 3.0 (JSR 315)
      • EJB 3.1
      • Java Persistence 2.0
      • JAX-WS 2.2
      • Java EE Connectors 1.6
      Goal is to deliver a final version first half of 2009 The exact set of technologies to be included will be determined by the expert group Rightsizing
    • 16. Java EE 6 – Enhancements
      • Servlet 3.0
        • No more web.xml editing
        • ARP (Async. Request Processing)
        • File upload
      • JPA 2.0
        • Criteria API
        • Collections and better Maps support
        • Validation support (JSR 303)
        • @OrderBy , specify unfetched state
      • JSF 2.0
        • Make custom components much easier to develop
        • Ajax support, less config., align w/Portlet 2.0, Facelets
    • 17. Java EE 6 – EJB 3.1
      • Packaging simplification
        • No more ejb-jar . Easier to share libraries, persistence units
      • Singleton Beans
        • @Singleton to share data in EJB container (per JVM)
      • Concurrency
        • @ReadOnly as singleton optimization (vs. single-threaded)
        • @BeanManagedConcurrency for explicitly synchronized
      • TimerService
        • @Schedule(hour="12",dayOfMonth="2")
        • Automatic creation (on deploy)
      • Asynchronous operations
        • @Asynchronous public void init (...) { ... }
        • @Asynchronous Future doWork (...) { ... }
    • 18. Java EE 6 – New APIs
      • Web Beans 1.0
        • Brings together JSF and EJB
        • Inspired by JBoss' Seam
          • JBoss (Gavin King) is spec lead for JSR 299
          • Bob Lee (Guice) heavily involved
      • JAX-RS
        • RESTful Web Services
        • RI developed in // with Spec: http://jersey.dev.java.net
        • Expose POJO as RESTful resources
        • High-level declarative programming model
        • Flexible typing, runtime does common conversions
        • Pluggable types, containers, and resolvers
    • 19. Java EE 6 – Web Profile
      • Option (A)
      • Servlet 3.0
      • JSP 2.2
      • JSR-45
      • EL 1.2
      • JSTL 1.2
      • JSR-250
      • Option (B)
      • Servlet 3.0
      • JSP 2.2
      • JSR-45
      • EL 1.2
      • JSTL 1.2
      • JSR-250
      • EJB 3.1 (Lite)
      • JTA 1.1
      • JPA 2.0
      • JSF 2.0 *
      • Web Beans 1.0 *
      More on Roberto Chinnici's blogs: http://weblogs.java.net/blog/robc/archive/2008/02/profiles_in_the_1.html http://weblogs.java.net/blog/robc/archive/2008/03/extensibility_a.html *: controversial
    • 20. GlassFish v3
      • Fast startup
      • Modular (OSGi), extensible architecture
      • Dynamic resource and runtime loading
      • Build-your-own runtime
      • Not just Java
        • Ruby on Rails, Grails, PHP, Python/Django, Scala
        • Leverage performance, admin, monitoring, clustering
      • Preview available now (TP2)
        • Final in 2009, possibly a web tier in 2008
        • Aligned with Java EE 6
    • 21. Demo v3
    • 22. GlassFish v3 (cont.)
      • OSGi: Apache Felix as default
      • 21 MB download, 1-sec startup
      • Admin and update tool downloaded on demand
      • Add-ons available from update center :
        • EJB 3.1 (preview)
        • jRuby On Rails (no WAR packaging required)
        • Grails (now also for GlassFish v2)
        • Jersey and Metro (Web Services)
        • jMaki (Ajax)
      • Tools-ready: NetBeans 6.1, Eclipse 3.4
      • Embedded GlassFish API
    • 23. (Some) Distributions & Contributors GlassFish Enterprise Distributions Maven Rep Java EE RI & SDK Communities Tools Eclipse Plugin Users and Other Groups TmaxSoft JEUS 6 Oracle oc4j BEA WebLogic 10 JBoss 5 Hudson OpenSSO OpenDS
    • 24. GlassFish
      • Best developer and deployer experience
      • Superior Web Services stack (features, perf.)
      • Comes with migration tools
      • Excellent alternative to more expensive BEA/IBM or lesser featured JBoss/Tomcat
      • Great foundation technology for SOA, Identity, Portal, and Telco App Server
      • Exciting GlassFish v3 innovation
    • 25. Resources
      • http://glassfish.org
      • http://blogs.sun.com/theaquarium
        • Daily news, broader GlassFish community
      • http://java.sun.com/javaone
        • Presentations and Hands-on-Labs
    • 26. Questions ? http://blogs.sun.com/alexismp [email_address]