Administration of IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Core (Part 1)
With this article Bhargav Perepa, will provide a gentle introduction to IBM’s latest release of WebSphere Application Server Liberty Core v8.5.5, where you will learn how to administer the server manually, as well as using developer tooling. With this Java EE6 Web application Server, the reader will be able to rapidly develop and deliver of Servlets, JSP, JSF, and EJB-Lite components of business logic for development and operational deployments. Also, this is an introduction to the second part of IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Core.
Administration of IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Core (Part 2)
The second part of this series, prepared this time by Manu T. George and Murali K. Surampalli, the reader will continue practicing with administration tools such as classloaders, component startup, the transaction service, database connectivity, connection pooling, server configuration updates and logging.
Configuring JDBC in Oracle WebLogic Server
In this article Deepak Vohra will explain how to configure Java Database Connectivity for the Oracle WebLogic Server. This is a part of his book about WebLogic Server where you will go thru following sections; Setting the Environment; Creating a Data Source, Creating a Multi Data Source and Performance Tuning JDBC.
Uses of Embedded Jetty
Steve Lewis one of the Java Development release authors will go thru Jetty and will present a simple way to deploy servlets and web services. From this approach, you will learn how to use embedded Jetty in a full servlet container running in the context of a Java application, setting up a basic web server in a Java class with only a few lines of code while supporting an external configuration with Jetty and also, how embed a server configuration for production systems and develop applications when the objective is a fast compile/test cycle.
Monitoring JEE Application Invocation over a Transaction Gateway for Availability
While using JEE ECI and reading this article, written by Vivek Arora, you will obtain insight into problems requests to legacy programs which can be challenging to troubleshoot, especially in troublesome scenarios, and it provides as well a technique to handle the operational problem of availability in an integrated environment.