JOnAS 5.x

Last modified by Stéphane Laurière on 2015/10/19 15:36

Audit system

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This demo explains how to detect the hotspots in your application and track the requests across your java ee components in JOnAS 5.



Take a look at the screencast and give us your feedback on the JOnAS's mailing list.

Tracking JDBC Connection Leaks

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This demo explains how to track the JDBC Connection leaks in an application by using JOnAS JDBC JNDI interceptors and the JOnAS Admin console in JOnAS 5.



Take a look at the screencast and give us your feedback on the JOnAS's mailing list.

EJB3 Clustering demonstration

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This demo highlights the dynamic management capabilities of the new EJB clustering solution available in JOnAS 5.


CMIv2 makes EJB2/EJB3 clustering easy for both the developer and the administrator.


Take a look at the screencast and give us your feedback on the JOnAS's mailing list.

OSGi dynamism inside Java EE applications

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This demonstration highlights the capacities of dynamism of JOnAS 5:

  • This demo has to be used on a JOnAS > 5.0.1.
  • Nintendo® Wiimote(s) is/are needed
  • A bluetooth dongle
  • Currently does not support Unix out of the box (JSR-82 implementation limitation)
  • This demo uses the excellent motej library.

    Source code is available from SVN:

>$ svn co svn://svn.forge.objectweb.org/svnroot/jonas/demo/jonas-wiimote

JOnAS Service On Demand

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This demonstration highlights service on demand capabilities of JOnAS 5:

  • Dynamic reactions of JOnAS 5 to changes in the execution environment
  • On demand incremental service delivery
  • Capacity to reduce memory footprint and resource consumption

    Take a look at service-on-demand.htm and give us your feedback on the JOnAS's mailing list.


    Notes:

  • This demo has to be used on a JOnAS > 5.1.0.
  • A USB Digital Thermometer Dongle is needed.


    Source code is available from SVN:

>$ svn co svn://svn.forge.objectweb.org/svnroot/jonas/demo/service-on-demand

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