Clustering TheServerSide

TheServerSide has demonstrated J2EE portability in action by re-launching itself on a cluster of J2EE application servers. Firstly, we relaunched running on Oracle 9iAS and BEA WebLogic. We then added Sun ONE Application Server and Novell exteNd to the mix.

TheServerSide has demonstrated J2EE portability in action by re-launching itself on a cluster of J2EE application servers. Firstly, we relaunched running on Oracle 9iAS and BEA WebLogic. We then added Sun ONE Application Server and Novell exteNd to the mix.
Below are links to articles that discuss the things that we learned from these launches.


Nov, 2003

BEA has opted not to renew their participation in TheServerSide J2EE Portability Experiment, and has been removed from the cluster.


May 13, 2003

Novell exteNd joins TheServerSide Cluster discusses the issues involved in adding Novell exteNd Application Server to the cluster.


April 21, 2003

Adding the Sun ONE Application Server to TheServerSide Cluster discusses the issues involved in adding Sun ONE Application Server to the cluster.


September 30, 2002

Clustering TSS discusses the first launch to a cluster on BEA WebLogic and Oracle 9iAS. The launch itself was an involved process; this article is about various issues that had to be resolved when migrating TSS to a clustered environment.

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