Chapter 15. Going to production

This chapter covers

  • Selecting a platform to host JBoss AS
  • Collocating multiple JBoss AS instances on the same hardware
  • Removing unnecessary services
  • Securing the application services
  • Replacing the default Hypersonic database
  • Registering the application server as a service
  • Configuring JSP compilation

By this point, we hope this book has guided you through understanding the many features and idiosyncrasies of JBoss AS. We’ve shown you how to install JBoss AS, start it, and deploy applications into it. We’ve taught you how to work with the various component servers such as JBoss Web Server, the EJB server, the messaging server, and the web services container. You’ve also learned about the many services available ...

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