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Blog Archive for arungupta during May 2014

Tech Tip #25 showed how to configure WildFly on Raspberry Pi. Tech Tip #27 showed how to setup WildFly on two Raspberry Pis in managed domain mode. This tech tip will show how to setup a WildFly cluster over those two hosts. WildFly supports mod_cluster out of the box. There are several advantages of mod_cluster: Dynamic configuration of httpd workers Server-side load balance factor calculation...
Tech Tip #25 showed how to configure WildFly on Raspberry Pi. This tech tip will show how to setup a WildFly managed domain over two hosts running on Raspberry Pi. Lets understand some basic concepts first. WildFly can run in two modes: Managed Domain allows you to run and manage a multi-server domain topology Standalone allows to run a single instance of server Multiple standalone instances...
A JBoss User Group (JBUG) is a group of people who share a common interest in JBoss technologies. They are organized and supported by the community and meet on a regular basis to discuss new technologies, development methodologies, interesting use cases, and other technical topics. The common goal is to provide education, help, and social events for the community and to promote open source....
This is the third part (part 1, part 2) of a multi-part video series where Lincoln Baxter (@lincolnthree) and I are interactively building a Forge addon to add Java EE 7 Batch functionality. Part 1 showed how to get started with creating an addon, add relevant POM dependencies, build and install the addon using Forge shell, add a new command batch-new-jobxml, and add --reader, --processor, --...
WildFly is a lightweight, extremely flexible, highly manageable, Java EE 7 compliant, open source Application Server. Raspberry Pi (a.k.a. Raspi) is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard USB keyboard and mouse. It was created with the intention of promoting teaching of basic computer science in schools. This tech tip will show how you can get...
GeeCON 2014 was very inspiring! A really greet feeling from the Polish Java community, awesome bunch of organizers (Andrej (@ags313), Adam (@maneo), Konrad (ktosopl), Adrian (@adrno), rest of the gang is just super nice), great technical content, courteous and helpful volunteers, lots of socializing space/opportunities, and most importantly fun! This was my second GeeCON and would love to go back...
This is the second part (part 1) of a multi-part video series where Lincoln Baxter (@lincolnthree) and I are interactively building a Forge addon to adding Java EE 7 Batch functionality. Part 1 showed how to get started with creating an addon, add relevant POM dependencies, build and install the addon using Forge shell, and add parameters to the addon. This part shows how to add some meaningful...
Zero Turnaround (the company behind JRebel and other Java productivity tools) has released their fifth edition of Java Tools and Technologies Landscape. This report started in 2009 as the speed of Java application server restarts, and has evolved into a lot more comprehensive report over the past 5 years. Oliver White (@theotown) and rest of Rebel Labs have really invested a lot of effort in...
JBoss EAP 6.3 Beta is released! This release brings continued progress on the road to making EAP the most manageable and secure Java EE 6-compliant Application Server for traditional and cloud based workloads. Where to download ? For current customers with active subscriptions, the Beta can be downloaded from the customer support portal and support tickets can be logged on the Beta. For...
The JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) Admin Console is a browser-based management tool for the applications and resources deployed on EAP. The latest JBoss EAP (6.2 final and 6.3 alpha as of this release) can be downloaded from www.jboss.org/products/eap. Admin Console is accessible at localhost:9090 after the app server is started. JBoss EAP 7 will be based on a future version of...