This post tries to explain the seach API that has been introduced in SailFin CAFE v1 b28. The API allows application developers to search for communications that were created earlier, thereby removing the need for applications to store context information for these objects by themselves.
This blog describes REST support in SailFin CAFE.
Overload protection feature has been part of earlier releases of SailFin, lets start by describing the what can be improved in the current implementation.
The algorithm (in the earlier releases) for detecting an overload was based on the fact that if a certain number of continuous samples remain above the configured threshold then the system is overloaded. This was a simple and...
This article tries to explain some of the properties/attributes that were introduced in SailFin 2.0 to address specific issues.
There are quite a few multi home use cases that can be accomplished with SailFin clusters, this article descirbes how intra-cluster traffic can be isolated on a specific network.
This post describes details of the STUN server in Project SailFin.
Describes the features in Generic JMS RA 2.0
This post shows how overload protection can be configured in SailFin
This post describes bytebuffer usage and configuration in SailFin.
This post describes the thread pools in SailFin and their configuration.
Background information on JMS integration in GlassFish and how to debug issues related to Open MQ.
This post shows how to configure generic ra redelivery for web sphere mq series 6.0.
This entry describes the steps to use ActiveMQ 4.1 with GlassFish V2
This article talks about how jms service availability can
be configured for applications deployed on GlassFish and
Describes how to set up generic ra for inbound load balancing for topic destinations, it is an addition to the previous blog which talked about GlassFish and MantaRay integration
This article talks about how applications (typically Message Driven Beans) deployed in a GlassFish cluster can use MantaRay peer to peer architecture for their JMS messaging needs using Generic resource adapter for JMS.
This article describes how applications (typically Message Driven Beans) deployed in glassfish can use JBoss Messaging as the JMS provider using Generic resource adapter for JMS.