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From the Frontiers of Research to the Heart of the Enterprise
O'Reilly Open Source Convention
Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina
July 22-26, 2002 -- San Diego, CA



JBoss 3.0: The Next Generation in J2EE
Andreas Schaefer, JBoss Group LLC

Track: Java
Date: Monday, July 22
Time: 1:45pm - 5:15pm
Location: Sea Breeze II

After the big success of JBoss 2.2 and 2.4, which already marked the leading edge of J2EE application server development, JBoss 3.0 (nickname: Rabbit Hole) takes another leap to a new frontier where no man has gone before. JBoss 3.0 delivers clustering as well as a fail-over but also provides a framework to a real 24x7 usage. JBoss enables you to deploy new services or update their code base without bouncing the server. Finally the JBoss kernel design allows the client to tailor JBoss to fit in any environment like Embedded Devices.

This presentation will start with an introduction to the features of JBoss 3.0. Then it will introduce you to JMX, because it is the basic framework of JBoss, and discuss the add-ons in JBoss to have a 24x7 framework (recycling loaded classes, manage dependencies between loaded classes and having a loosely coupled system). Afterwards it will delve into the core of JBoss and its services like JMS, Security, CMP/CMR etc. Finally we will discuss how to configure and manage JBoss. This includes an introduction to JSR-77 which enables a client to manage a J2EE application server in a vendor neutral way.

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