AuthorMichael D. Rodgers, Jr
- Installing Tomcat
- Adding database drivers in Tomcat
- Tomcat clustering
- Installing WebLogic
- Deploying WAR files in WebLogic
- WebLogic clustering
- Installing WildFly
- Standalone vs. domain-mode clustering in WildFly
- Installing Payara
- Remote instance clustering in Payara
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Michael] Do you use Java Enterprise Edition functionality and need help deciding which Java application server best fits your needs or of your organization? Then join me in this course as I explore the top four Java application servers Apache Tomcat, Oracle Weblogic, JBoss Wildfly, and GlassFish or Payara. In looking at these four application servers I'll walk you through installing and configuring each. I'll also troubleshoot issues in migrating a simple Java EE application across each of these four serve platforms. Then demonstrate in a very simplified manner, adjusting the applications codebase to work work on a work on a supported or certified Java EE container. I'll also consider the various ways to deploy applications. In this course I use an example company called Hplus Sport Beverage. I'll walk you through how to upgrade and modify a sample web application, across various Java web application server containers. My name is Michael Rodgers, join me as I explore and demonstrate how to install, configure, deploy, and handle the various Java application servers using Tomcat, Weblogic, Wildfly, and Payara.
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Install the database4m 48s
1. Tomcat and TomEE
2. Oracle WebLogic
3. WildFly and JBoss
4. GlassFish and Payara
Next steps1m 47s
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