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News from the Web Stack: Update Center install and Django
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Jeff's blog entry on installing Web Stack using IPS (a new feature in 1.5) now has a screencast version (4 min. ogg format, use Firefox 3.5 or VLC 1.0), courtesy of Brian. The GlassFish Web Stack (see recent 1.5 release) uses the same packaging technology as the GlassFish App Server and as OpenSolaris (where the technology initially came from).

IPS, also known as pkg(5), offers a packaging system and tools (both

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Kai 'Oswald' Joins the WebStack Team
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More good news around the WebStack team: Kai 'Oswald' Seidler, of Apache Friends and XAMPP fame, has joined the team - see Kai's post (German, mock-english). XAMPP is one of the (the?) most popular WAMP Distros (see

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GlassFish WebStack... Helping With MySQL.com Outage
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I see that Kaj mentioned the (GlassFish) WebStack when telling the story of the MySQL.Com Outage.

One of the main benefits of the WebStack is that all the pieces work very well together, so that was one less thing to worry about; the electrical woes were stressful enough...

WebStack 1.5 - Your (L)AMP Stack
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Sun's LAMP support is assembled from two pieces: the L is from our Linux/GNU Support (see SunSolve entry), while the AMP comes from the GlassFish WebStack, which, in its latest incarnation includes Apache HTTP Server, lighttpd, memcached, MySQL, PHP, Python, Ruby, Squid, Tomcat, GlassFish (v2.1) and Hudson (features).

The inclusion of Hudson is a bit of an opportunistic move (more on that in a bit), the rest comprises a well tested, integrated, optimized, and extended component

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Scaling Olio on Sun's Nehalem Systems and Amber Road
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I introduced Olio a little while ago as a toolkit to help web developers and deployers as well as performance/operations engineers. Olio includes a web2.0 application as well as the necessary software required to drive load against it. Today, we are showcasing the first major deployment of Olio on Sun's newest Intel Nehalem based systems - the SunFire X2270 and the SunFire X4270. We tested 10,000 concurrent users (with a database of 1 million users) using over 1TB of storage in the unstructured object store.

The diagram below shows the configuration we tested.



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Scaling Olio on Sun's Nehalem Systems and Amber Road
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I introduced Olio a little while ago as a toolkit to help web developers and deployers as well as performance/operations engineers. Olio includes a web2.0 application as well as the necessary software required to drive load against it. Today, we are showcasing the first major deployment of Olio on Sun's newest Intel Nehalem based systems - the SunFire X2270 and the SunFire X4270. We tested 10,000 concurrent users (with a database of 1 million users) using over 1TB of storage in the unstructured object store.

The diagram below shows the configuration we tested.



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Scaling Olio on Sun's Nehalem Systems and Amber Road
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I introduced Olio a little while ago as a toolkit to help web developers and deployers as well as performance/operations engineers. Olio includes a web2.0 application as well as the necessary software required to drive load against it. Today, we are showcasing the first major deployment of Olio on Sun's newest Intel Nehalem based systems - the SunFire X2270 and the SunFire X4270. We tested 10,000 concurrent users (with a database of 1 million users) using over 1TB of storage in the unstructured object store.

The diagram below shows the configuration we tested.



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FreeImage and ImageScience on OpenSolaris
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Although rails is a great development environment for web applications, for a newbie the deployment of a rails application can be challenging due to the myriad dependencies on various gems, native libraries etc.

image_science is one such ruby library that provides an easy way to generate thumbnails. It is therefore quite popular in web2.0 type applications (there isn't a site today that doesn't let you upload photographs of yourself, your pets, gadgets, whatever).  It is a very simple implementation and available as a ruby gem and so easy to install. However, the real work is done by a native library called FreeImage and installing this on OpenSolaris is a little bit of work. Although, I use OpenSolaris here, the instructions apply to Solaris 10 as well if you are using ruby from

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FreeImage and ImageScience on OpenSolaris
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Although rails is a great development environment for web applications, for a newbie the deployment of a rails application can be challenging due to the myriad dependencies on various gems, native libraries etc.

image_science is one such ruby library that provides an easy way to generate thumbnails. It is therefore quite popular in web2.0 type applications (there isn't a site today that doesn't let you upload photographs of yourself, your pets, gadgets, whatever).  It is a very simple implementation and available as a ruby gem and so easy to install. However, the real work is done by a native library called FreeImage and installing this on OpenSolaris is a little bit of work. Although, I use OpenSolaris here, the instructions apply to Solaris 10 as well if you are using ruby from

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FreeImage and ImageScience on OpenSolaris
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Although rails is a great development environment for web applications, for a newbie the deployment of a rails application can be challenging due to the myriad dependencies on various gems, native libraries etc.

image_science is one such ruby library that provides an easy way to generate thumbnails. It is therefore quite popular in web2.0 type applications (there isn't a site today that doesn't let you upload photographs of yourself, your pets, gadgets, whatever).  It is a very simple implementation and available as a ruby gem and so easy to install. However, the real work is done by a native library called FreeImage and installing this on OpenSolaris is a little bit of work. Although, I use OpenSolaris here, the instructions apply to Solaris 10 as well if you are using ruby from

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