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When Two Worlds Collide: Java and Ruby in the Enterprise
 

When Two Worlds Collide: Java and Ruby in the Enterprise

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  • Several of us are employed by Red Hat and work on TorqueBox full time but most aren’t.\n
  • Since this is a JBoss User Group, hopefully most attendees either already use JBoss or are open to the idea of moving to JBoss. So, what this really means is ->\n
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  • Ask any Rubyist why they use the language and “Because with Ruby I’m more productive than when using X” will likely be one of their reasons\n
  • Give your developers several tools to choose from and let them pick which is the best for each job\n
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  • Ruby running on top of the JVM\n
  • A few examples of Java library usage from JRuby\n
  • JRuby has real threads and real concurrency\n
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  • TorqueBox is additive to JBoss AS7 - it’s still JBoss AS7 underneath and you can still deploy Java applications to TorqueBox\nTorqueBox just adds on the Ruby support\n
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  • warbler, jruby-rack\n
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  • no bundling or compilation step, no redeploying or restarting server\n
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  • This download includes a full JBoss AS7 w/ TorqueBox and a bundled JRuby runtime\n
  • JRuby 1.6.6 and onwards won’t require passing Xmx to the gem install command\n
  • $TORQUEBOX_HOME/jboss/bin/standalone.sh if you prefer\n
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  • Clustered sessions, Infinispan cache, HornetQ destinations, HA Singletons\njust runs standalone.sh -server-config standalone-ha.xml underneath\n
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  • :decode => false since we’re receiving from Java and not using a standard TorqueBox encoding when sending\n
  • PicketLink is included in JBoss AS 7\nYou can authenticate against configured AS7 security domains in Ruby\n
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