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This is the brainstorming area for text for a flyer focused on AS 7 in F17.  
 
This is the brainstorming area for text for a flyer focused on AS 7 in F17.  
  
=== JBoss AS 7 in Fedora ===
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Fedora 17 provides a robust Java application development environment and JBoss AS 7, one of the most popular Java application servers.
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=== Java and JBoss AS 7 on Fedora ===
  
JBoss AS 7 is a fast, lightweight open source application server. Fedora 17 currently supports the web profile of AS 7 and plans to implement the full profile soon.
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Fedora 17 provides a comprehensive Java application development suite featuring Java 7, JBoss Application Server (AS) 7, Eclipse 4, Apache Maven 3, Apache Ant 1.8, Groovy 1.8, Scala 2.9, Clojure 1.4, JRuby 1.6 and Thermostat.
  
=== JBoss AS 7 ===
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JBoss AS 7 is a fast and lightweight Java EE 6 application server and OSGi runtime. JBoss AS is the most widely adopted open source Java EE implementation.
  
Benefits of AS7 on Fedora
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* Composed of best of breed open source components, including Hibernate, Infinispan, JGroups, JBoss Modules and Weld.
1. Blazing fast start up times, curtesy of a highly optimized boot process and concurrent service loading.
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* Blazing fast start up attributed to a highly optimized boot process, concurrent classloading and concurrent service coordinator.
2. Classloading done right. AS 7 provide trues application isolation. It hides server implementation classes from the application and only loads the classes your application needs. Modules, packaged as collections of classes, are peers that remain isolated unless explicitly defined as a dependency of another module. Visibility rules have sensible defaults, yet can be customized.
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* Classloading done right. Showcases a preview of Java modularity to attain true application isolation. Hides server implementation classes from the application and only loads classes your application needs.
3. Lightweight and scalable due to aggressive menory management.
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* Lightweight and scalable as a result of an aggressive memory management policy.
4. User-focused, centralized configuration that unifies the application servers management.
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* User-focused, centralized administration. Manage a multi-server topology (domain mode) or an independent, development server (standalone mode) from a single control point.
5. Test your applications with ease. AS 7 is integrated with Arquillian. Arquillian, a component model for integration tests that execute inside the real runtime environment, enables you to write tests for just about any use case your application encounters.
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* Thoroughly tested with Arquillian, a component model for creating robust tests that execute inside the server runtime.
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* Java EE 6 (Web and Full Profile) and OSGi compliant (Fedora packages not yet certified)
  
By packaging JBoss AS 7, Fedora now provides one of the most popular Java application servers. Fedora also provides one of the most robust application development environments.
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=== New in Fedora 17 ===
  
Strict Compliance
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* Java 7 runtime (JRE) and development tools (JDK) provided by OpenJDK 1.7.0, the open-source reference implementation of Java
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* JBoss Application Server (Web Profile minus JPA 2, standalone mode only) makes its debut as an official Fedora package (jboss-as)
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* Add-ons to the Web Profile such as the Java Messaging Service (JMS) provided by HornetQ
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* A systemd system service (jboss-as) to control a standalone mode instance of JBoss AS
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* A commandline interface (jboss-cli) to the JBoss AS management console
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* A script (jboss-add-user) to create management and application users for JBoss AS
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* A script (jboss-as-cp) to create a unique instance (i.e., server configuration) of JBoss AS in userspace
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* JBoss AS container adapters and a JMX-based test protocol for the Arquillian testing platform (in testing)
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* Apache Maven 3 (mvn), with optional resolution of system jar files (mvn-local), and an integration with rpmbuild (mvn-rpmbuild)
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* Early release of the Eclipse 4.2 (Juno) Platform and Java IDE
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* Thermostat monitoring and instrumentation tool for the Hotspot JVM, with support for monitoring multiple JVMs on multiple hosts
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* Additional JBoss development tools being packaged for the GSoC project to create a Fedora JBoss Spin
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* Groovy (added in Fedora 16)
  
JBoss has always been committed to application portability to prevent vendor lock-in. That's why we've made AS 7 Java EE 6 Full Profile certified. But we didn't stop there!
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=== Get started with JBoss AS 7 and Fedora ===
  
AS 7 boasts an internal test suite based on Arquillian that achieves even more strict compliance to the portability expectations of our community of users.
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* [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Getting_started_with_JBossAS7_in_Fedora fedoraproject.org/wiki/Getting_started_with_JBossAS7_in_Fedora]
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* [http://jboss.org/as7 jboss.org/as7]
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* [http://fedoraproject.org fedoraproject.org]
  
As long as your application is Java EE compliant, you should expect it to run on AS 7. If you can't, it may be an indication that your application has portability problems.
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=== Get involved with the Fedora Java SIG ===
  
=== Get started with AS 7 in Fedora ===
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* [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/Java fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/Java]
In the terminal, install JBoss AS 7 using yum
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* [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora-JBoss-Spin fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora-JBoss-Spin]
sudo yum install jboss-as
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Start the JBoss AS 7 service
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sudo service jboss-as service
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Key commands
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Additional application development tools on Fedora
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Virtual machines
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Eclipse
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Cloud stacks
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More info
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Latest revision as of 00:37, 5 July 2012

Contents

[edit] JBoss AS 7 in Fedora Marketing Flyer

This is the brainstorming area for text for a flyer focused on AS 7 in F17.

Important.png
Where did the Getting Started section go?
The text on this page is currently being used to produce a 5x7 postcard. The getting started commands were moved to a new wikipage and will soon be linked to other appropriate pages. Please continue to add to and edit the Getting Started with JBoss AS 7 page.

[edit] Java and JBoss AS 7 on Fedora

Fedora 17 provides a comprehensive Java application development suite featuring Java 7, JBoss Application Server (AS) 7, Eclipse 4, Apache Maven 3, Apache Ant 1.8, Groovy 1.8, Scala 2.9, Clojure 1.4, JRuby 1.6 and Thermostat.

JBoss AS 7 is a fast and lightweight Java EE 6 application server and OSGi runtime. JBoss AS is the most widely adopted open source Java EE implementation.

  • Composed of best of breed open source components, including Hibernate, Infinispan, JGroups, JBoss Modules and Weld.
  • Blazing fast start up attributed to a highly optimized boot process, concurrent classloading and concurrent service coordinator.
  • Classloading done right. Showcases a preview of Java modularity to attain true application isolation. Hides server implementation classes from the application and only loads classes your application needs.
  • Lightweight and scalable as a result of an aggressive memory management policy.
  • User-focused, centralized administration. Manage a multi-server topology (domain mode) or an independent, development server (standalone mode) from a single control point.
  • Thoroughly tested with Arquillian, a component model for creating robust tests that execute inside the server runtime.
  • Java EE 6 (Web and Full Profile) and OSGi compliant (Fedora packages not yet certified)

[edit] New in Fedora 17

  • Java 7 runtime (JRE) and development tools (JDK) provided by OpenJDK 1.7.0, the open-source reference implementation of Java
  • JBoss Application Server (Web Profile minus JPA 2, standalone mode only) makes its debut as an official Fedora package (jboss-as)
  • Add-ons to the Web Profile such as the Java Messaging Service (JMS) provided by HornetQ
  • A systemd system service (jboss-as) to control a standalone mode instance of JBoss AS
  • A commandline interface (jboss-cli) to the JBoss AS management console
  • A script (jboss-add-user) to create management and application users for JBoss AS
  • A script (jboss-as-cp) to create a unique instance (i.e., server configuration) of JBoss AS in userspace
  • JBoss AS container adapters and a JMX-based test protocol for the Arquillian testing platform (in testing)
  • Apache Maven 3 (mvn), with optional resolution of system jar files (mvn-local), and an integration with rpmbuild (mvn-rpmbuild)
  • Early release of the Eclipse 4.2 (Juno) Platform and Java IDE
  • Thermostat monitoring and instrumentation tool for the Hotspot JVM, with support for monitoring multiple JVMs on multiple hosts
  • Additional JBoss development tools being packaged for the GSoC project to create a Fedora JBoss Spin
  • Groovy (added in Fedora 16)

[edit] Get started with JBoss AS 7 and Fedora

[edit] Get involved with the Fedora Java SIG