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GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
GlassFish & Java EE Business Update @ CEJUG
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  • 1. GlassFish & Java EE Business UpdateAlexandra Huffalexandra.huff@oracle.comGlassFish & Java EE Principal Product Manager 1
  • 2. History• 10 years at Sun, pre-Oracle• Open Source advocate - OpenSolaris, MySQL, GlassFish• “Volume Sales” program Value & education through whitepapers, webinars, events Track user interest and successes Easy to understand pricing and subscription model Lightweight sales process> 200 new GlassFish customers in 2009> 24 million product downloads since 2005 2 2
  • 3. GlassFish and Oracle Middleware• Best open source application server with • Best commercial application server for support from Oracle transactional Java EE applications• Open source platform of choice for light-weight • Platform of choice for standardization Web applications • Focus on lowest operational cost and mission• Interoperability with Fusion Middleware critical applications• Java EE ‘scout thread’ with focus on latest • Best integration with Oracle Database, Fusion Java EE standards and community driven Middleware & Fusion Applications innovation Production Java Production Java Application Deployment Application Deployment GlassFish Server WebLogic Server 3
  • 4. GlassFish & Java EE: Importance to Oracle Massive adoption worldwidehttp://maps.glassfish.org/server/ 4 4
  • 5. Java EE 6 Built for Developers Lightweight, Extensible … and for the Enterprise • Standardized Web profile – Enables competitive standardized light weight Web containers • Standardized POJO Programming Model – No more lock in with proprietary models – built into the platform • Hardened Standard Web services stack – Metro is the industry reference for interoperability • Standardization of REST as first class citizen – Foundation model in an emerging cloud based world Java Classes* Lines of Code* Lines of XML* 25 50 80 % % % Le Le Le ss ss tha tha ss nJ nJ Jav av aE av aE aE E5 E5 E5* Based on a Sample POJO/JPA/REST Based Application Built for JavaOne
  • 6. GlassFish: Java EE “Scout Thread” Vital to Success of Oracle’s Fusion Middleware• GlassFish Server 3.0.1 - Today – Oracle-branded release of GlassFish – Java EE 6• GlassFish Server 3.1 – 1HCY 2011 – GlassFish with Clustering – Java EE 6• WebLogic Server 11g - Today – Java EE 5 – Platform for Fusion Middleware• WebLogic Server 11g R2 – 2HCY 2011 – Java EE 6, GlassFish alignment
  • 7. JavaOne - San Francisco Pre-BriefingMessage to the Community Leaders • Oracle depends on the health of Java • The health of Java depends on the community • Oracle is investing in Java technology • …and continues to invest in many of the communities that contribute to the health of Java • You are some of the many members of those communities • We are interested in your feedback • … and your continuing participation! 7 7
  • 8. Open Source vs Commercial OfferingWhat’s the Difference?• Enterprise Manager• Access to enterprise level support• Ability to file bugs• Patches and updates 8 8
  • 9. Where to Get It• Try it: • GlassFish Open Source Edition • GlassFish.org, Java.net, OTN • http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javaee/downloads/index.html• Buy it: • Oracle GlassFish Server - Oracle.com • http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/glassfish/downloads/index.html • List price = $5k/processor • Named user pricing also available• Develop then deploy • Easy transition - open source to commercial version 9 9
  • 10. Further OpportunitiesPartnership and Innovation• System Integrators• Value-Add Resellers• Independent Software Vendors• Independent developers Custom user interfaces Custom design and support OEM solutions GlassFish licensing and professional services 10 10
  • 11. Fortaleza JUG 2011We’ll Be Back! 11 11
  • 12. GlassFish and WebLogicBoth Benefit from One Another 13
  • 13. GlassFish and Tomcat - Comparison• Shared ancestry• GlassFish:• More than a web container; supports many powerful web container capabilities• More scalable; higher performance• More reliable & available• More secure• More extensible, modular; ease of expansion• Easier migration• Instant support for clustering and failover• Superior administration and monitoring• Support for scripting languages 14 14

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