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Joyent provides a cloud computing environment for all your needs.   Beyond their typical reasons (scale on demand, pay for what you use, PHP/Rails/Python/Java pre-installed and ready to go, billions of page views and others), now there is another reason to use their cloud. The instructions to configure GlassFish on Joyent cloud are really clean and simple. Check them out here...
on Oct 10, 2008
In early September, Cargo project pushed 1.0 alpha-6 release, which contains my improvement of better pluggability support. With this and the cargo-core-containers-glassfish module that I just pushed, you can now automate GlassFish v2 through Cargo. In this cargo-core-containers-glassfish release of 1.0 alpha-6, we have the support for starting/stopping GlassFish and deploying artifacts to it....
on Oct 6, 2008
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on Oct 2, 2008
In a previous blog on the topic, I talked about creating a Glassfish Update Center Module. The example I used didn't have any notion of dependencies. This is fine for the very simple case, but obviously most pacakges actually rely on other packages as well. This notion is pretty common to most dependency management systems, and IPS handles it pretty well. The documentation for IPS has gotten...
on Oct 1, 2008
Sun Tech Days kick started yesterday in the beautiful city of Sao Paolo, Brazil. Over 1000 attendees, completely charged, willing to discuss their issues, amazing amount of energy and all there to learn about different Sun technologies - just a superb recipe to succeed and outpace everybody else in the world! The GlassFish session was packed with 400 attendees and there were attendees all over...
on Sep 30, 2008
GlassFish Migration: WebLogic's Split Directory To Ear As I wrote in the blog on Verification Tools for Migration to GlassFish, GlassFish verifier tool is handy for verifiying the Java EE compliance of an application. Verifier is run as follows                 verifier --portablity <b>archive</b...
on Sep 29, 2008
SUCESU-ES organized ES JUG (Espirito Santo, Brazil) meeting yesterday and I presented on GlassFish. The slides are available here. There were approx 100 attendees and I was pleasantly surprised to see almost half the audience had heard of GlassFish. The complete agenda is published here and there were other speakers from Sun as well. I did not get much time to talk...
on Sep 28, 2008
Andreas blogged about why he likes JRuby even though he dislikes Java. JRuby is "It's just Ruby" with more than 50,000 tests to ensure MRI compliance. The blog highlights that there is no need to know Java, at all, to run JRuby. Here are some advantages that are described in the blog: JVM runtime optimization Efficient memory usage Native threads to spread work on multiple cores Great garbage...
on Sep 27, 2008
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on Sep 26, 2008
Mauricio, Doris, Simon and I visited DFJUG @ Taguatinga yesterday (make sure to pronounce it correctly, otherwise you'll be corrected again & again, as I was :). 200 attendees, mostly students, stayed all along the 4 hourof  presentations. The projector stopped recognizing any laptop after first two presos. Fortunately Simon had a backup projector but we lost time in debugging...
on Sep 25, 2008
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on Sep 24, 2008
Started San Francisco 2 days back, through Washington Dulles, with a stop over @ Rio de Janeiro and finally arrived Brasilia yesterday. The local airlines (TAM) from Rio to Brasilia offered a nice sandwich where as any meal need to be bought during domestic travel in US (even if it's across the continent). So that was a nice experience! Daniel deOliveira, a Java Champion and DF JUG(oldest...
on Sep 24, 2008
During Rails Conf Europe 2008 Day 1 I attended an excellent tutorial on Deploying and Monitoring Ruby on Rails. The session very clearly explained the several deployment options with Rails. My notes from the session are here and the slides are now available.  Here are couple of snapshots from the slide: The complete set of slides from Rails Conf Europe 2008 are available here....
on Sep 23, 2008
When migrating a Java EE/J2EE application to glassfish, often the first step is to determine if the application is using non portable Java EE/J2EE application features. In my previous GlassFish migration blogs, I demonstrated the use of the GlassFish verifier tool for this purpose. However, there are other tools that can also be used to verify the...
on Sep 23, 2008
This blog updates TOTD #45 to use Facelets as view technology. Powerful templating system, re-use and ease-of-development, designer-friendly are the key benefits of Facelets. Facelets are already an integral part of Java Server Faces 2.0. But this blog shows how to use them with JSF 1.2. Download Facelets from here (or specifically 1.1.14). Facelets Developer Documentation is a...
on Sep 22, 2008
Alex De Marco is a happy user of FREE 12-months GlassFish Hosting @ OStatic. Here is what he has to say: Many thanks to OStatic and LayeredTech for offering free hosting, and to Sun for providing a powerful yet free application development stack: Glassfish, Java, MySQL, and OpenSolaris. VERY MUCH appreciated! You can avail this exclusive and limited-time offer here! Technorati: glassfish...
on Sep 19, 2008
TOTD #42 explained how to create a simple Java Server Faces application using NetBeans 6.1 and deploy on GlassFish. In the process it explained some basic JSF concepts as well. If you remember, it built an application that allows you to create a database of cities/country of your choice. In that application, any city/country combination can be entered twice and no errors are reported. This blog...
on Sep 17, 2008
September is the month of Java in Brazil. There are developer events and Java conferences through out the country. And the month ends by kick starting Sun Tech Days in the city of Sao Paulo. Kohsuke is already in Brazil and here is my schedule: Sep 23-26 Brasilia Sep 27 Vitoria Sep 28-Oct 1 Sau Paulo I'll be talking about GlassFish, it's ecosystem, Scripting Langauges & Web...
on Sep 12, 2008
Kenai (pronounced 'keen-eye') is a fictional character from Disney's Brother Bear series. It's also a river, mountain range, national park, peninsula and a city in the southern coast of Alaska in the United States. But that's got nothing to do (as much as I know) with either Rails or GlassFish. But Project Kenai was announced last week. It's a...
on Sep 11, 2008
Last day of Rails Conf Europe 2008 (Day 1 & Day 2), and it's finally over! David Black's opening session talked about Ruby and Rails Symposium: Versions, Implementations, and the Future. Here is a brief summary of MRI Ruby versions: Ruby 1.8.6 Bread and butter for many of us 1.8.7 1.8 with lots of backported 1.9 features Help with migration to 1.9 Not gaining traction, is it ? 1.9.0...
on Sep 5, 2008