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Step-by-Step Install Guide Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server v3 on Linux

Step-by-Step Install Guide Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server v3 on Linux

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The Sun GlassFishTM Enterprise Server (GlassFish server) now is a comprehensive support offering for GlassFish, the leading open-source and open community platform for building and deploying the next-generation applications and services. It’s ideal for service-oriented architectures (SOA) and rich Internet applications utilizing Java EE, PHP, AJAX and JRuby. It also includes LAMP and Portal Technology Updates and Supports the Preview of the Full Java EE 6 Specifications.

The Sun GlassFish v3, built by the GlassFish community, is the first compatible implementation of the Java EE 6 platform specification. Many of the Java EE 6 themes carry over to Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server v3 – flexibility, extensibility, and developer ease of use. This lightweight, flexible, and open-source application server enables organizations to not only leverage the new capabilities introduced within the Java EE 6 specification, but also to add to their existing capabilities through a faster and more streamlined development and deployment cycle.

Sun OpenSSO Enterprise (formerly Sun Java System Access Manager and Sun Federation Manager) is a next-generation federated access management solution. It provides the capabilities you need to quickly and easily extend your reach while reducing risk - all in a single, self-contained Java application. This unified solution provides secure and centralized access control and single sign-on (SSO) for internal and external applications and Web services. OpenSSO Enterprise is a commercial offering based on OpenSSO, the world's largest open source, identity management project, providing highly scalable, high-performance capabilities for SSO, access management, federation, and secure

This step-by-step how-to hands-on lab explains how to install Sun GlassFish v3 and how to setup two domains: doamin1 and domain2, with domain1 used to host OpenSSO server; while other applications and services are hosted on domain2. Next, you’ll learn how ton install and configure Sun OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 on domain1 to support Single-Sign-On (SSO). In the follow-up lab modules, you’ll get more training on extending and experimenting with the OpenSSO, OpenDS (LDAP) and other applications and services. Others will include how to deploy SAMLv2 for identity management and authentication. The instructions are all implemented on Linux CentOS-5 machine running on VMware for pilot testing.
Introduction
The Sun GlassFishTM Enterprise Server (GlassFish server) now is a comprehensive support offering for GlassFish, the leading open-source and open community platform for building and deploying the next-generation applications and services. It’s ideal for service-oriented architectures (SOA) and rich Internet applications utilizing Java EE, PHP, AJAX and JRuby. It also includes LAMP and Portal Technology Updates and Supports the Preview of the Full Java EE 6 Specifications.

The Sun GlassFish v3, built by the GlassFish community, is the first compatible implementation of the Java EE 6 platform specification. Many of the Java EE 6 themes carry over to Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server v3 – flexibility, extensibility, and developer ease of use. This lightweight, flexible, and open-source application server enables organizations to not only leverage the new capabilities introduced within the Java EE 6 specification, but also to add to their existing capabilities through a faster and more streamlined development and deployment cycle.

Sun OpenSSO Enterprise (formerly Sun Java System Access Manager and Sun Federation Manager) is a next-generation federated access management solution. It provides the capabilities you need to quickly and easily extend your reach while reducing risk - all in a single, self-contained Java application. This unified solution provides secure and centralized access control and single sign-on (SSO) for internal and external applications and Web services. OpenSSO Enterprise is a commercial offering based on OpenSSO, the world's largest open source, identity management project, providing highly scalable, high-performance capabilities for SSO, access management, federation, and secure

This step-by-step how-to hands-on lab explains how to install Sun GlassFish v3 and how to setup two domains: doamin1 and domain2, with domain1 used to host OpenSSO server; while other applications and services are hosted on domain2. Next, you’ll learn how ton install and configure Sun OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 on domain1 to support Single-Sign-On (SSO). In the follow-up lab modules, you’ll get more training on extending and experimenting with the OpenSSO, OpenDS (LDAP) and other applications and services. Others will include how to deploy SAMLv2 for identity management and authentication. The instructions are all implemented on Linux CentOS-5 machine running on VMware for pilot testing.

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