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by Adam Bien
Today, developers can take things to the extreme and develop Java EE applications in a “conventional” way, or you can take advantage of Java EE 6's new possibilities for the “pragmatic” implementation of concepts. In this workshop, we will look at Java EE 6/7 projects using a holistic approach, starting with packaging with Maven, and covering topics including embedded integration and stress tests with Jenkins. In addition to the entire life cycle of the software, we will discuss and implement web UI, configuration, logging (Injection,) asynchronous processing, pro-active monitoring, clustering, timer, Comet / asynchronous servlets, stateful persistence, alternative protocols such as Hessian, unit and embedded integration and stress tests, continuous integration / fitness tests, Java EE 6 deployment and packaging, CDI, EJB, JPA, JAX-RS and much more.
This session explores Apache TomEE, pronounced “Tommy”, an all-Apache Web Profile stack built on Tomcat, which adds all the Java EE Web Profile features, while taking nothing away. The session will show you how to get started with TomEE, how to use it with a sample application, and how you can test your application with TomEE using tools like Arquillian.
by Tim Ward
Enterprise OSGi is all about enabling Java EE technologies in an OSGi environment. Modular EJB provides support for Enterprise Java Beans running inside OSGi, taking advantage of the framework's modularity.
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31st October to 2nd November 2011