JBoss AS7 + OpenShift

Part 1 of two videos showing the process of how to migrate applications to the Red Hat OpenShift infrastructure. Part 1 describes the application and demonstrates how to deploy and run it locally. The application comprises two REST based services: a transaction coordinator which is deployed to a JBoss AS7 container and a simple service deployed into an embedded container. The client that interacts with the two services, written using javascript starts a transaction, makes transactional calls to two web services and then ends the transaction. Recovery from failures is also demonstrated.

Part 2 (vimeo.com/27494797) will show how to migrate the transaction coordinator service using OpenShift

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JBoss AS7 + OpenShift

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Excited about the new features in JBoss AS7 like EE6, CDI/Weld, a small memory footprint and lightning fast startup times? Want to experience all this goodness in the cloud? Red Hat's OpenShift makes it easy. OpenShift is a free Platform-as-a-Service…


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Excited about the new features in JBoss AS7 like EE6, CDI/Weld, a small memory footprint and lightning fast startup times? Want to experience all this goodness in the cloud? Red Hat's OpenShift makes it easy. OpenShift is a free Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that enables developers to get deployed to the cloud without having to worry about downloading and managing the stack, writing scripts or installing agents. Getting started simply requires signing up for the OpenShift service that is right for you.

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