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Recommended way to deploy web apps to a DMZ

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eduardp
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Joined: 2007-05-24

Hi

We want to deploy our web applications to a glassfish server running in a DMZ. I'm not sure however what the best way is to get the web apps to talk to our ejb's. Should we deploy the EJB's on the same appserver in the DMZ, or should we deploy them in a seperate appserver/cluster outside the DMZ (how do the webapps connect to the ejbs in this scenerario?)

Does anybody know if Sun have a recommendation on this ?

Thanks!
Eduard

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roisinflannery
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Joined: 2007-05-08

Hi eduardp,

Have you ever considered purchasing a support contract with Sun? We have a number of different offerings and pricing schemes, to support every type of user.

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or else, please feel free to reply to this thread and I will provide more information.

Kind regards,
Roisin
Sustaining Engineering, GlassFish