Apache Geronimo 2.1: Quick Reference
This book is a comprehensive reference of the Apache Geronimo Application Server with easy-to-understand examples and sample applications. Different configuration items are available as self contained chapters that can be looked up independently of the other chapters so that readers can go straight to whatever part of Geronimo they want to configure. The book is packed with tips and tricks, based on the author's experience with Apache Geronimo in real-life projects. This book is intended for Java EE developers and server administrators who would like to use Geronimo for developing and deploying fully fledged Java EE 5 applications and freely distribute Geronimo with their solutions. Readers should be familiar with Java EE 5 concepts.
- 11 Nov 2009
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Manu T. George
Manu T. George is a Software Engineer at IBM India Software Labs in Bangalore, India. Prior to that, he was a Java/ J2EE developer in Cognizant Technology Solutions India Ltd. He has 8 years of experience in the IT field. He is a committer on Apache Geronimo and Apache OpenEJB projects, and was a part of the IBM worldwide Level 3 support team for Apache Geronimo and IBM WebSphere Application Server Community Edition. His interests include Application Servers (scalability, transaction processing, EIS connectivity), and the Java Virtual Machine. He has also authored many articles in IBM developerWorks and also co-authored an IBM Redbook on Migration to WebSphere Application Server. He received his Bachelor of Technology in Applied Electronics from the College of Engineering Trivandrum in the year 2001. Vamsavardhana Reddy Chillakuru, a.k.a., Vamsi is an Advisory Software Engineer working with IBM India Private Limited since 1996 and is part of the IBM worldwide Level 3 support team for Apache Geronimo and IBM Application Server Community Edition. He is proficient in Java and Java EE technologies with more than 10 years experience with Java EE application development. His interests include application security in general and cryptographic security in particular. He has presented sessions on Apache Geronimo at Apache conferences on various topics ranging from security to server administration. He has authored many articles in IBM developerWorks and also co-authored an IBM Redbook on Migration to WebSphere Application Server. Considered as a security expert in the Geronimo community, he is actively involved in adding new security features to Geronimo. He is responsible for adding a Certification Authority portlet to Geronimo Admin Console. Associated with Apache Geronimo project since July 2005, he is a committer on Apache Geronimo and Apache Tuscany projects and a member of the Apache Geronimo PMC. He is involved in the standards development for Service Component Architecture (SCA) and is a member of OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) SCA-Assembly, SCA-Java and SCA-Policy Technical Committees and SCA-J Java EE Subcommittee. He received his B.Stat. (Hons.) and M.Stat. degrees from the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India in the years 1994 and 1996 respectively.