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Java Apps on vSphere: Technical Best Practices and Why Now Is Better Than Ever

Created on: Sep 7, 2010 10:30 AM by VMworld Team - Last Modified:  Sep 7, 2010 10:35 AM by Eric Nielsen

Session Details

Session ID:

EA7860

Session Title:

Java Apps on vSphere: Technical Best Practices and Why Now Is Better Than Ever

Session Abstract:

The massive number of Java applications in the enterprise are virtualized to different degrees. While some customers aggressively pursue Java virtualization on vSphere, many are concerned about the interactions between the Java architecture and vSphere. The talk will explore the published data supporting the moving of Java middleware from native platforms to virtual using vSphere. Technical best practices will be shown that optimize the virtualization of applications that depend on the application server products (WebSphere, WebLogic, JBoss or tcServer from SpringSource). Adhering to these best practices will ensure that you will have the best possible experience with your virtualized middleware. There will also be some tips and tricks for troubleshooting issues discussed. The talk will conclude with an overview of some VMware customer case studies where the virtualization of Java and app servers has been done successfully. Using this material, you will feel confident that you can take your Java middleware-based applications to vSphere and gain the same benefits.

Track:

Enterprise Applications

Session Type:

Breakout Session

Duration:

60 minutes

Speaker(s):

Justin Murray, Alliances Technologist, VMware, Inc.

Ramesh Peddakotla, Technical Consultant, Hewlett Packard



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