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JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6: Domain vs. standalone server deployments
Explore concepts from the all-new JBoss® System Administration I (JB248) course. This webinar covers the basics of standalone and domain deployments of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6.More
- Learn more about the JBoss® System Administration I (JB248) course
What you’ll learn during this webinar
- When to use domain and standalone deployments
- How to configure standalone and domain servers
- How to deploy applications to domain and standalone configurations
- How to add and remove servers from a domain in real time
New domain deployments
Domain deployments, new in JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6, are a major step forward in managing clusters of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform servers. In addition to being ideal for extending an application cluster to the cloud, domains:
- Are easily extensible.
- Can manage applications flexibly.
- Allow for vastly simplified application rollouts in a clustered environment.
Standalone deployments: Key differences in JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6
Standalone deployments are a more simplified deployment style suited to smaller application deployments or development environments. While a standalone deployment shares many of the methodologies JBoss administrators might be familiar with from experience with earlier versions of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, there are many key differences that admins of version 6 should understand.
About the Taste of Training webinar series
Whether you’re evaluating a specific training course or are eager to learn something new, the Taste of Training webinar series is your gateway to award-winning Red Hat Training. These hour-long demos are delivered by members of the Red Hat Curriculum team, providing practical knowledge and real-world examples.Less
Date: July 12, 2012
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