2017-01-17 Sean Wiley: High Availability with the Resin Application Server 2/2





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Published on Feb 17, 2017

Sean Wiley: High Availability with the Resin Application Server

Uptimes, scalability, clustering and performance monitoring are all important aspects of running a successful Java Web Application. This talk will focus on real world examples of features and advanced configurations deployed in the Resin Application Server to achieve success in the aforementioned aspects. Features and examples covered will reveal how users of the Resin Application Server are achieving 99.99% uptime with their enterprise deployments.

Speaker Bio:
Sean Wiley is a developer and the Chief Evangelist at Caucho Technology. He holds a BS from the University of California San Diego in Computer Science. Sean engages with both the sales and engineering teams to facilitate adaption of technology and integration into solutions. Previous to Caucho Sean worked as an IT Analyst at Cisco and Database Programmer for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

Company Bio:
Resin is deployed to over 5 million sites worldwide. Fortune 1000 companies, governments, financial institutions, telecommunications companies, major shopping sites, airlines and hotel chains leverage Resin’s architecture including clustering, pdf reporting and distributed caching to achieve world class performance and reliability. Caucho’s relentless quest for performance and reliability paved the way for Resin® to become one of the leading open source Java application servers since 1998. Our engineers' dedication to the development, support and evolution of the Resin Java EE Web Profile continues to uphold our reputation for quality, performance and manageability.

SDJUG Page for this presentation: http://www.sdjug.org/2017-01-17


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