Create modular scalable enterprise-grade applications with JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 About This Book Leverage the power of JBoss EAP 7 along with Java EE 7 to create professional enterprise grade applications. Get you applications cloud ready and make them highly scalable using this advanced guide. Become a pro Java Developer and move ahead of the crowd with this advanced practical guide. Who This Book Is For The ideal target audience for this book is Java System Administrators who already have some experience with JBoss EAP and who now want explore in depth creating Enterprise grade apps with the latest JBoss EAP version. What You Will Learn Configure services using the Command Line Interface Deliver fault tolerant server configurations Harden the application server with advanced techniques Expand the application server's horizon with tools such as like Docker/OpenShift Create enterprise ready configurations using clustering techniques. Deliver advanced security solutions and learn how to troubleshoot common network/performance issues In Detail The JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) has been one of the most popular tools for Java developers to create modular, cloud-ready, and modern applications. It has achieved a reputation for architectural excellence and technical savvy, making it a solid and efficient environment for delivering your applications. The book will first introduce application server configuration and the management instruments that can be used to control the application server. Next, the focus will shift to enterprise solutions such as clustering, load balancing, and data caching; this will be the core of the book. We will also discuss services provided by the application server, such as database connectivity and logging. We focus on real-world example configurations and how to avoid common mistakes. Finally, we will implement the knowledge gained so far in terms of Docker containers and cloud availability using RedHat's OpenShift. Style and approach If you are a Java developer who wants to level-up to modern day Java web development with the latest Java EE 7 and JBoss EAP 7, this book is the ideal solution for you. It addresses (in a clear and simple way) proof-of-concept scenarios such as clustering and cloud and container configurations, and explains how to solve common issues.
Author: Francesco Marchioni
Release Date: 2016-09-30
Create modular scalable enterprise-grade applications with JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7About This Book* Leverage the power of JBoss EAP 7 along with Java EE 7 to create professional enterprise grade applications.* Get you applications cloud ready and make them highly scalable using this advanced guide.* Become a pro Java Developer and move ahead of the crowd with this advanced practical guide.Who This Book Is ForThe ideal target audience for this book is Java developers who already have some experience with JBoss EAP and who now want explore in depth creating Enterprise grade apps with the latest JBoss EAP version.What You Will Learn* Configure services using the Command Line Interface* Deliver fault tolerant server configurations* Harden the application server with advanced techniques* Expand the application server's horizon with tools such as like Docker/OpenShift* Create enterprise ready configurations using clustering techniques.* Build a Datasource on EAP 7 and troubleshoot common network/performance issuesIn DetailThe JBoss Enterprise Application Platform has been one of the most popular tools for Java developers to create modular, cloud-ready modern applications. It has achieved a reputation for architectural excellence and technical savvy, making it a solid and efficient environment for delivering your applications.If you are a Java developer who wants to level-up to modern day Java web development with the latest Java EE 7 and JBoss EAP 7, this book is the ideal solution for you. It addresses (in a clear and simple way) proof-of-concept scenarios such as clustering and cloud and container configurations, and explains how to solve common issues.The book will first introduce application server configuration and the management instruments that can be used to control the application server. Next, the focus will shift to enterprise solutions such as clustering, load balancing, and data caching; this will be the core of the book. We will also discuss services provided by the application server such as database connectivity and logging. We focus on real-world example configurations and how to avoid common mistakes. Finally, we will implement the knowledge gained so far in terms of Docker containers and cloud availability using RedHat's OpenShift.
Annotation As the Java EE standard has evolved and matured, the API has become increasingly rich and complex. The next generation of application servers needs to be modular and configurable to run only specific services or containers. JBoss AS 7 promises to meet those requirements but the configuration of a complex application server is composed of a mix of administrative and management tasks which often overlap, generating confusion.JBoss AS 7 Configuration, Deployment and Administration will give you an expert's understanding of every component that makes up the JBoss application server, and will show you how to use them, helping you to dramatically cut down the learning curve for this exciting product.This book will guide you through configuration, management, deployment and advanced administration in a logical order to avoid the common pitfalls of setting up a new AS. The book dives into the new application server structure and shows you how to install it. You will learn how to configure the core AS services, including thread pools, the messaging system, and the transaction service. Finally, you will learn how to deploy and manage your applications and then tune the performance of your AS to achieve an efficient, indispensible application server.
JBoss Application server is the most popular open-source Java application server, renamed as WildFly. This book covers all details on administration and management aspect of the latest release of the application server, focus primarily on the Command Line Interface tool of the application server. The book takes you through all of the latest architectural and performance changes covering in-depth details such as: How to achieve high availability of your Domain ConfigurationHow to configure the newest subsystems (agroal, mp subsystems)Delivering advanced and leak-proof Datasource configurationsBuilding up custom Server distributions.Using the Undertow Web server as front-end for mod_cluster and as Reverse Proxy ServerMigrating your Web and Messaging legacy configurations to WildFly latest versionSecuring the application server with Elytron FrameworkConfiguring the Apache Artemis MQ Messaging systemRunning WildFly as a Docker ContainerConfiguring and using the eclipse Micro Profiles ...and much more, with improved Kindle readability ! Who this book is for: This book is especially suited for Java system administrators that are going to manage the new release of the application server. Developers and application testers will be as well more productive after learning this book. Prior knowledge of the earlier version of the application server is not required, although that could make easier to understand some core concepts contained in this book.
With the increasing demand for distributed systems for Java applications, WildFly offers a robust platform on which to deploy and manage your services. As a matter of fact, WildFly 9 is a fully certified Java EE 7 platform and provides remote management tools, such as the redesigned Admin Console and the new and powerful Command Line Interface (CLI). With practical and accessible material, you will begin by learning to set up your WildFly runtime environment, and progress to selecting appropriate operational models, managing subsystems, and conquering the CLI. You will then walk through the different balancing and clustering techniques, simultaneously learning about role-based access control and then developing applications targeting WildFly and Docker.
Discover the power of Drools 6 and Business Rules for developing complex scenarios in your applications About This Book Implement and model different rules using the DRL full syntax Model complex business decisions and domain models in order to automate and improve your operational decisions with the Drools framework A practical, fast-paced, hands-on guide to help you use the different components provided by the Drools Rule Engine Who This Book Is For This book is for Java developers and architects who need to have a deep understanding of how to create or integrate your applications with the Drools Rules Framework. The book assumes that you know the Java language well and also have experience with some widely used frameworks, such as Spring. You should also know the basics of Maven-based applications. What You Will Learn Automate your application's decisions, such as promotion applying, discount policies, fraud detection, and more. Quickly get started with writing your first rules using the DRL full syntax. Discover the power of the new syntax components of the rule language. Define inferences in your business rules to simplify complex decisions. Write decision tables, templates,domain-specific languages, and scorecards, and learn how to map them to the Drools framework. Harness the full operational power of Drools through all of its configuration points. Use Drools configurations and architectures for different environments and scenarios. In Detail Mastering JBoss Drools 6 will provide you with the knowledge to develop applications involving complex scenarios. You will learn how to use KIE modules to create and execute Business Rules, and how the PHREAK algorithm internally works to drive the Rule Engine decisions. This book will also cover the relationship between Drools and jBPM, which allows you to enrich your applications by using Business Processes. You will be briefly introduced to the concept of complex event processing (Drools CEP) where you will learn how to aggregate and correlate your data based on temporal conditions. You will also learn how to define rules using domain-specific languages, such as spreadsheets, database entries, PMML, and more. Towards the end, this book will take you through the integration of Drools with the Spring and Camel frameworks for more complex applications. Style and approach Approached from a developer's perspective, the book teaches you all the advanced concepts of Business Rules applicable examples with helpful screenshots, diagrams, tutorials, and examples.
Author: Rima Patel Sriganesh
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2006-08-28
An invaluable tutorial on the dramatic changes to Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.0 Featuring myriad changes from its previous versions, EJB 3.0 boasts a very different programming and deployment model, with nearly every aspect of development affected. Even the most experienced EBJ and J2EE developers will need to relearn how to best use EJB to develop mission-critical applications. This author team of experts has taken their combined skills in architecture, development, consulting, and knowledge transfer to explain the various changes to EJB 3.0 as well as the rationale behind these changes. You'll learn the concepts and techniques for authoring distributed, enterprise components in Java from the ground up. Covering basic through advanced subjects, Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 is more than 50 percent new and revised. Four new chapters and one new appendix cover the latest features of this new release, and in-depth coverage of the Java Persistence API and the entities defined therein is provided. The authors' main goal is to get you programming with EJB immediately. To that end, you'll learn: * How to implement EJB 3.0 beans, with emphasis on session beans (stateful and stateless) and message-driven beans * Both basic and advanced concepts (such as inheritance, relationships, and so on) of Java Persistence API defined entities * How to develop and deploy EJB 3.0 Web services * How to secure EJB applications * How to integrate EJB applications with the outside world via the Java EE Connector technology * Tips and techniques for designing and deploying EJB for better performance * How clustering in large-scale EJB systems works * Best practices for EJB application design, development, and testing The companion Web site provides all the source code, updates to the source code examples, and a PDF version of the book. Wiley Technology Publishing Timely. Practical. Reliable. Visit the companion Web site at www.wiley.com/go/sriganesh
By following a simple ticket booking example, you will learn how to use each of Infinispan's features in the real-world. Lots of practical examples and screenshots help you to get to grips with Infinispan quickly and easily..This book is for Enterprise developers and architects who want to use a distributed caching and data grid solution. You should have programming knowledge of Java and a general familiarity with concepts like data caching and clustering.
If you are a Java developer who wants to learn about Java EE, this is the book for you. It's also ideal for developers who already have experience with the Java EE platform but would like to learn more about the new Java EE 7 features by analyzing fully functional sample applications using the new application server WildFly.
An easy-to-follow guide full of hands-on examples of real-world administration tasks. JBoss EAP6 High Availability is ideal for those who want to learn how to use JBoss EAP6 to set up a cluster. Basic knowledge of Linux/Unix is required.
This book will kick-start your productivity and help you to master JBoss AS development. The author's experience with JBoss enables him to share insights on JBoss AS development in a clear and friendly way. By the end of the book, you will have the confidence to apply all the newest programming techniques to your JBoss applications.If you are a Java architect or developer who wants to get the most out of the latest release of the JBoss application server, then this book is for you. You are not expected to have accumulated experience on the application server though you must know the basic concepts of Java EE.
Create microservices using Java EE technologies using WildFly Swarm,deploy them in the OpenShift cloud, make them resilient to network failures using Hystrix, configure continuous integration using Jenkins, and security using Keycloak. Key Features Create functional microservices with WildFly Swarm Use OpenShift to deploy your microservices in the cloud Make your application production-ready using Jenkins, Hystrix, and Keycloak Book Description The book starts by introducing you to WildFly Swarm—a tool that allows you to create runnable microservices from Java EE components. You’ll learn the basics of Swarm operation—creating microservices containing only the parts of enterprise runtime needed in a specific case. Later, you’ll learn how to configure and test those services. In order to deploy our services in the cloud, we’ll use OpenShift. You’ll get to know basic information on its architecture, features, and relationship to Docker and Kubernetes. Later, you’ll learn how to deploy and configure your services to run in the OpenShift cloud. In the last part of the book, you’ll see how to make your application production-ready. You’ll find out how to configure continuous integration for your services using Jenkins, make your application resistant to network failures using Hystrix, and how to secure them using Keycloak. By the end of the book, you’ll have a functional example application and will have practical knowledge of Java EE cloud development that can be used as a reference in your other projects. What you will learn Utilize Java EE technology to develop modern cloud-enabled applications Easily create microservices with WildFly Swarm using proven Java EE technologies See the benefits of OpenShift – easy deployment of your services, out of the box scalability and healing, and integration with Continuous Integration tools Integrate the sample application with Jenkins’ Continuous Integration server Utilize Hystrix to provide resilience to your application Provide security to your application using Keycloak Who this book is for If you're an experienced developer familiar with Java EE technologies and would like to learn how you can use those technologies in the cloud with WildFly and OpenShift, then this book is for you.
Author: Arnold Johansson
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Release Date: 2014-06-25
Packed with practical examples, this book looks at a different aspect of performance tuning in each chapter and shows you how to apply them to their existing Java applications. Anyone with an interest in learning more and improving the performance of Java-based technology in general, all the way to WildFly in particular, will find this book useful.