In this video, learn the basic pros and cons of using WildFly.
- [Instructor] Here's a good deal of information … that we have covered here with JBoss WildFly. … The hope was that we could explore … some of the high level details needed to install, … start up, configure, and deploy applications, … but honestly there is a good deal I had to skip over as well … because JBoss WildFly could be a video series unto itself. … Let's pause for a moment … and consider some of the high level advantages … to using WildFly. … Starting with JDK 11, … the modularization features have affected areas … like class loading and reflection, … which are hugely important to any Java application sever. … WildFly has readily addressed this in the latest edition. … WildFly also uses a new flexible performance web server … called Undertow. … Undertow uses NIO's non-blocking and buffer ability. … The traditional IO API … is streamed, and so you can't move backwards and forward, … in the data stream. … The traditional IO, as well, … is also blocking when a read or an execute is invoked …
AuthorMichael D. Rodgers, Jr
- Installing Tomcat
- Adding database drivers in Tomcat
- Tomcat clustering
- Installing WebLogic
- Deploying WAR files in WebLogic
- WebLogic clustering
- Installing WildFly
- Standalone vs. domain-mode clustering in WildFly
- Installing Payara
- Remote instance clustering in Payara
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Tomcat and TomEE
2. Oracle WebLogic
3. WildFly and JBoss
4. GlassFish and Payara
Next steps1m 47s
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