CommunityOne West (San Francisco) Session "2 Years of Glassfish in Development And Production - …and still excited?" was Accepted

My CommunityOne session with the title: "2 Years of Glassfish in Development And Production - …and still excited?" was accepted. I'd like to discuss the following topics, its the origin abstract:  

"This session introduces Glassfish v2/v3 from the view of an
independent Java EE developer. Especially capabilities like:
- Monitoring of Java EE 5 applications
- Hot Deployment
- Effective development of Java EE 5
- Documentation and access to resources
- Configuration
- IDE integration
- Upgrades, Classpath settings
- Migration from other application servers
-  The use of JMS, EJB, JPA, JCA
Also useful information for daily work with glassfish, as well as testability,
performance scalability etc. are highlighted during this talk. Not only
features, but challenges are discussed during this session. The theory is
explained with many live demos."

I'm thinking about to show more demos and hack something on stage again (like at CommunityOne East), instead of presenting hundreds of slides. But I'm "agile" in this case - so what do you think about this? Constructive suggestions are very welcome.

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Hei Adam,

of course an interactive development is much more sexy as hundreds of slides!
To be safe some slides to flank your interactive demonstrations should be enough ;)

Posted by Joachim Arrasz on March 24, 2009 at 11:50 AM CET #

Hi Adam, I have been following your blog posts on JEE, and Glassfish for a while now, and I really enjoy them. So I have this question for you: You had one post once on the important role of Java EE in the Cloud Computing space, my question is, since JEE by design is mainly targeted at the enterprise space, do you think the JEE standard should be evolved to better address the specific needs, constraints, and requirements of cloud computing. What do you foresee the best approach for evolving it? Is it adding a new profile to the spec called the Cloud Profile? Or is it by introducing a new Java Edition called the Clould Edition, which would be a super set of the EE edition?


Posted by Mike Azzi on March 24, 2009 at 05:11 PM CET #


I will probably create few slides to visualize some more advanced stuff like clustering and spend the rest of the time showing something in real time on stage,

thanks for the nice post,

btw: whether slides are sexy, or not, it highly depends on the content :-)


Posted by Adam Bien on March 24, 2009 at 09:06 PM CET #


it is a good idea of one of the next posts with the title: "Do We Need Java EE Cloud Edition?" Before that I will try to define clouds first :-).

Thank you for the idea!,



Posted by Adam Bien on March 24, 2009 at 09:07 PM CET #

Hi Adam, I'm glad that you liked the idea enough to blog about it. Here are a couple of links to get you started on your quest for a definition of a Cloud, and subsequently whether a Java EE Cloud Edition is needed:


Posted by Mike Azzi on March 24, 2009 at 09:50 PM CET #

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