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What’s New in GlassFish 3.1
In the next installment of the GlassFish Webcast Series, come hear the exciting news about the upcoming release of GlassFish Server 3.1. This Webcast will help developers, architects and IT management quickly understand how new features greatly enhance productivity and simplify enterprise deployments. During the event, you’ll learn about:

Developer Productivity
  • Rapidly deploy and redeploy enterprise applications
  • Major OSGi improvements and updates
  • Enhanced Java EE 6 functionality such as EJB support in Embedded API, and JMX / JAX-RS Management API
Enterprise Readiness
  • Management of clusters containing many instances from a centralized web based console
  • Dynamic configuration of live clusters
  • High availability for JAX-WS, JMS, EJB; ActiveRedeploy that retains EJB/HTTP session state on redeploy
  • Oracle Portfolio Integration: Oracle Coherence, Oracle Web Services Manager, Oracle Access Manager, Oracle WebLogic Server compatibility and interoperation
Don’t miss upcoming webcasts in which engineering – led drill downs will demonstrate many of the capabilities introduced in this overview!

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Event: What’s New in GlassFish 3.1

Session 1: Monday, February 28, 2011
10:00 am PDT /
1:00 pm EDT / 19.00 CET
(check your time zone)

Session 2:
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
6:00 am PDT /
9:00 pm EDT / 15.00 CET
(check your time zone)

Speaker:

Anil Gaur,
VP of Software Development,
Java EE & GlassFish

 
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