JBoss AS 7 from a user perspective

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Slides from Neuchatel JBUG giving intro to JBoss AS 7 from a user perspective.

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  • 1. Wednesday, September 21, 11
  • 2. JBoss  AS  7 ...from  a  user  perspective Max  Rydahl  Andersen http://about.me/maxandersenWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 3. Me? • Worked  on  Hibernate  Core  since  Hibernate  0.9 • Joined  JBoss  in  2004  as  Hibernate  Core/Consultant • Since  2007  worked  primarily  as  lead  on  JBoss  Tool/ Developer  Studio • Committer  on  Seam • Contributed  to  AS  7,  Infinispan,  Portal,  OpenShift   and  more… • Stalker  links  on  http://about.me/maxandersenWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 4. What  is  an  Application  Server ...and  why  do  I  need  one  ?Wednesday, September 21, 11
  • 5. A common Application Stack UI Web Programming Model Business Logic DatabaseWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 6. Assemble your own stack ? Mojarra JSP/JSF Servlets Tomcat Spring Spring Pojo’s …. JDBC HibernateWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 7. ...or use a standard stack ? JEE 6 JSP/JSF Servlets/JAX-RS CDI EJB/Pojo’s JPAWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 8. ...or use a standard stack ? JBoss X JSP/JSF - Mojarra/Myfaces Servlets/JAX-RS - JBoss Web/RestEASY CDI - Weld EJB/Pojo’s - JBoss EJB JPA - HibernateWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 9. Why  do  I  need... • Application  Server: • No  custom  assembly  needed • Standards • Portability • JBoss  Application  Server • built  on  defacto  and  industry  proven  frameworks • Large  community • Commercial  support  for  the  whole  stackWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 10. Why  AS  7  ? -­Wednesday, September 21, 11
  • 11. Wednesday, September 21, 11
  • 12. 7  reasons  to  love  AS  7 • Blazingly  fast • Lightweight • Modular  core • Hot,  parallel  deployment • Elegant  administration • Domain  Management • First  class  components Read more at http://jboss.org/as7Wednesday, September 21, 11
  • 13. AS  7  DemoWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 14. Demo  Ingredients • JBoss  AS  7  +  Quickstarts • http://www.jboss.org/jbossas/downloads/ • Eclipse  3.7  +  JBoss  Tools  3.3  M3 • http://www.jboss.org/tools/download •  Could  also  use  JBoss  Developer  Studio  5  M3 • http://devstudio.jboss.com/earlyaccessWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 15. AS  7  Cheatsheet • No  bin/run.sh  anymore • bin/standalone.sh  to  start  standalone • bin/domain.sh  for  domain • Welcome  page  on  http://localhost:8080 • Have  links  to  docs,  admin  console,  jira,  forums… • standalone/configuration/standalone.xml  has  *all*   configuration  in  one  place  for  standalone.   • Read  standalone/deployments/readme  for  file   deploymentsWednesday, September 21, 11
  • 16. Some  related  Projects • Forge • Standards  based  Rapid  Application  Development   • Arquillian • Makes  testing  JavaEE  apps  a  breeze • TorqueBox • Allow  you  to  run  Ruby  apps  on  an  JavaEE  stack! • OpenShift • Run  AS  7  in  the  cloud • SwitchYard • ESB  that  runs  on  AS  7  and  utilizes  CDI  Wednesday, September 21, 11
  • 17. 7  reasons  to  love  AS  7 • Blazingly  fast • Lightweight • Modular  core • Hot,  parallel  deployment • Elegant  administration • Domain  Management • First  class  components Read more at http://jboss.org/as7Wednesday, September 21, 11