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Comments for JBoss

13 Feb 2004 09:28 mfeledyn

Poor software
No free documentation, I cannot get examples to work, even examples from the documentation I paid for.
The init phase when launching jboss is very very long and verbose. Errors are poorly reported with stange messages and useless (or wrong !) informations.
Benchmarks I found report the scalability is bad compared to other J2EE products, and overall performance is poor. Bad integration with popular developper tools.
I cannot recommend this product !

12 Dec 2003 18:33 kergster

JBoss 3.2.x 'Getting Started' Guide Available
Luke Taylor and JBoss Group have released the first version of the new 'Getting Started' guide for JBoss 3.2.x.


You can download the PDF and Java source:

Download PDF (http://jboss.org/docs/jbossj2ee.pdf)

Download Source (http://www.jboss.org/docs/jbossj2ee-src.zip)


There's a new forum available for discussing the guide and providing feedback:

Getting Started Forum (http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=bb&op=viewforum&f=191)


Enjoy.

12 Nov 2003 23:30 kergster

JBoss Training 2004
The JBoss Group training schedule for the first half of year 2004 has been finalized. We will be hosting the following public trainings on JBoss Advanced Developers and JBoss Administrators:


JBoss Advanced USA


Atlanta, January 12-15

Houston, February 16-19

Boston, April 5-8

San Francisco, May 24-27

JBoss Advanced Europe


London, January 19-22

Frankfurt, March 1-4

Copenhagen, March 29-April 1

Paris, May 10-13

Amsterdam, July 5-8

JBoss Administrator USA


Boston, March 1-2

Houston, June 3-4

JBoss Administrator Europe


Zürich, January 15-16

Copenhagen, April 5-6

Amsterdam, July 1-2

Don't forget there's still two public JBoss Advanced trainings available in year 2003, in Rome and San Diego this December and one JBoss Administrator training in Denver. And remember, if you book early you get a discount!


More details on the training schedule and location can be found here:
JBoss Group Training Schedule

16 Aug 2003 10:42 kergster

JBOSS ADVANCED TRAINING IN STOCKHOLM


STOCKHOLM SWEDEN ADVANCED JBOSS TRAINING SEP 8-11


Location: Hotel BirgerJarl (http://www.birgerjarl.se/)
Tulegatan 8104 32 Stockholm, Sweden

Phone: 46-8-674-18-00


Instructors: Sacha Labourey, General Manager JBoss Group Europe, co-developer JBoss Clustering, and Adrian Brock, Director of Back Office Support


TRAINING PRICE: US$3000 for those who pay by August, 2003; after that date US$3250.


Target audience: This class is not recommended for beginning Java programmers.


Content:You will learn how to fine tune JBoss in production, what advanced J2EE architectures are suited for JBoss, you will go deep into the architecture of JBoss from the JMX base to the MBean Containers, to the invokers to the smart proxies. You will learn the deep integration points in JBoss and how to extend development to fit into your own solutions. The goal is for you to understand the super-server theory and how JBoss applied it to the JBoss core server. From this point it is fairly trivial for you to understand how to build your own real-life strand of EJB that fits your particular need. From client side cache to clustering and real-world security, we teach you "beyond J2EE" and how to quickly and simply solve your own middleware problems by using JBoss and the super-server theory in this practical, example oriented, hands-on presentation. The advanced class is targeted at consultants who will provide JBoss Group services to end clients as well as internal IT developers and ISV developers. Come meet your peers and the JBoss core people, in an intense, unique and challenging experience.


More information and Faxable Registration Form are available at JBossGroup Website (http://www.jbossgroup.com/index.html?module=html&op=userdisplay&id=services/training/schedule#stockholm-adv)

03 Jul 2003 12:21 kergster

Upcoming Trainings
NEW YORK JBOSS ADMIN TRAINING AUG 11-12


Location: New York Marriott Marquis. 1535 Broadway, located at Broadway
and Times Square.

Instructor is Bill Burke, Chief Architect of JBoss.


TRAINING PRICE: US$1650 for those who pay by July 15, 2003; after that
date US$1750.


Target Audience: Our admin training is targeted at advanced
administrators who will be running JBoss in production.


Content: You will learn how select build and install a version of JBoss
that fits your requirements. You will also learn how to configure it in
both a development environment and a production environment. You will
discover how to configure the JBoss fundamental services (JNDI,
scheduler, mail service, invokers, JBossWeb, JBossMQ) and how to
correctly package and deploy your services and applications. The Netboot
and Farming features will be covered in detail. You will learn how to
use the jmx-console to learn more about your server.


More information and Faxable Registration Form are available at
<a href="http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=html&op=userdisplay&id=services/t
raining/schedule#nyc-admin">JBoss Group website.


WASHINGTON DC ADVANCED JBOSS TRAINING August 11-14


Location: JW Marriott Hotel Pennsylvania Avenue 1331 Pennsylvania
Ave.Washington, DC 20004

Instructor is Juha Lindfors, author of JMX.


TRAINING PRICE: US$3000 for those who pay by July 15, 2003; after that
date US$3250.


Target audience: This class is not recommended for beginning Java
programmers.


Content:You will learn how to fine tune JBoss in production, what
advanced J2EE architectures are suited for JBoss, you will go deep into
the architecture of JBoss from the JMX base to the MBean Containers, to
the invokers to the smart proxies. You will learn the deep integration
points in JBoss and how to extend development to fit into your own
solutions. The goal is for you to understand the super-server theory and
how JBoss applied it to the JBoss core server. From this point it is
fairly trivial for you to understand how to build your own real-life
strand of EJB that fits your particular need. From client side cache to
clustering and real-world security, we teach you "beyond J2EE" and how
to quickly and simply solve your own middleware problems by using JBoss
and the super-server theory in this practical, example oriented,
hands-on presentation. The advanced class is targeted at consultants who
will provide JBoss Group services to end clients as well as internal IT
developers and ISV developers. Come meet your peers and the JBoss core
people, in an intense, unique and challenging experience.


More information and Faxable Registration Form are available at
<a href="http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=html&op=userdisplay&id=services/t
raining/schedule#washdc">JBoss Group website.


ATLANTA BOOTCAMP AUGUST 16-17


Location: Atlanta Swissotel.


SESSION PRICE $500, buy 5 get 6th FREE:

Content: We introduce you to all that JBoss has to offer in hour-long
sessions throughout the weekend. The weekend is broken down into hour
long-presentations on all the framework services. We cover what is
currently offered by the services' production versions as well as give
you roadmaps for the future development of JBoss. Get your Source
knowledge directly from the JBoss developers.


More information and Faxable Registration Form are available at
<a href="http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=html&op=userdisplay&id=services/t
raining/bootcamp#atlanta">JBoss Group webiste.

11 Apr 2002 14:49 kergster

Upcoming Trainings
The next JBoss Group hosted trainings for advanced developers will be held at following locations and times:


San Francisco May 6-8,
Montreal June 10-12,
Palma de Mallorca July 22-24

Follow this link for more details. (http://www.jboss.org/jbossgroup/training.jsp)

05 Sep 2001 04:21 kergster

LAS VEGAS TRAINING, OCTOBER 22-26 2001
For more information, see JBossGroup Training (http://www.jboss.org/JBG/training.jsp).

21 Aug 2001 11:37 drig

I use JBoss at work, it works well
I've used WebLogic, JBoss and Enhydra at work as a
Java developer. We've ended up going with JBoss.
Enhydra's J2EE support was still in Alpha (and
had alpha-level bugs). WebLogic is expensive.
JBoss functions well (we've found no serious bugs)
and is free-as-in-freedom and free-as-in-beer.
Having the source meant that we were able to add
our own random seeding routines to the SSL
handler. We were also able to use the source to
help debug our own application.

I would recommend JBoss to anyone thinking of
running a J2EE app server.

-Dave Rudder

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