Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

If you're a Web Stack user, please read Jyri's brief article about Web Stack and the TLS Vulnerability.

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

»...just as soon as we are sure what is normal anyway. Thank you.« (HHGTTG) The last few weeks were a little quiet here in this blog. I had to do some urgent programming for the next release of our Web Stack and last week I had the great pleasure to talk about web application development […]

Friday, November 13th, 2009

My colleague Brian Overstreet wrote a must-read paper about tuning different components of the Sun GlassFish Web Stack focusing on Apache, MySQL, and PHP: Performance Tuning the Sun GlassFish Web Stack.

Monday, October 26th, 2009

Sun Microsystem's blogs.sun.com employee blogging site (affectionately named BSC) uses Apache Roller to manage the site and house all the blogs. Roller is an open source Java blog software that for example also drives the US Government's blog.usa.gov and the IBM Developer Works blogs. But there is one feature I really missed: An entry counter […]

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Today I want to show you a quick installation walkthrough of Sun GlassFish Web Stack. I'm using Solaris 10 in this walkthrough, but installation on RHEL is absolutely the same. As a small deployment example for a web application I'll do an installation of WordPress. Web Stack Installation Okay, first step: Get the Sun GlassFish […]

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Great news! Sriram anncounced the availability of the upcoming Sun GlassFish Web Stack 1.6 as development and testing version for Solaris 10 U5+ and RHEL 5.2+. The development version is currently only available as IPS (Image Packaging System) distribution which basically gives you a small installer like application allowing you to download and pick only […]

Friday, September 11th, 2009

Preparing myself and my hardware for the PHP Unconference this weekend in Hamburg and just realized that the new Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard contains a native Cisco IPSec VPN client out-of-the-box. Just migrate your VPN settings and you're free to uninstall Cisco's antiquated VPNClient.

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