WildFly Cookbook

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  • Run WildFly in both standalone and domain operational modes
  • Adopt the right profile for your applications
  • Configure and manage your WildFly instances with the Admin Console
  • Utilize the CLI to deploy, configure, stop, and start services
  • Develop HA systems with Apache HTTPD, WildFly, and ModCluster
  • Assemble TCP or UDP WildFly clusters
  • Deploy your application to the cloud with OpenShift Online
  • Use Linux containers with Docker to ship your clean, tested, and ready-to-use WildFly environment

With the increasing demand for distributed systems for Java applications, WildFly offers a robust platform on which to deploy and manage your services. As a matter of fact, WildFly 9 is a fully certified Java EE 7 platform and provides remote management tools, such as the redesigned Admin Console and the new and powerful Command Line Interface (CLI).

With practical and accessible material, you will begin by learning to set up your WildFly runtime environment, and progress to selecting appropriate operational models, managing subsystems, and conquering the CLI. You will then walk through the different balancing and clustering techniques, simultaneously learning about role-based access control and then developing applications targeting WildFly and Docker.

  • Manage your systems efficiently with the latest WildFly features
  • Administer your homogeneous WildFly environment with powerful CLI tool capabilities
  • Develop balanced and clustered systems with Apache HTTPD, WildFly, and ModCluster
Page Count 604
Course Length 18 hours 7 minutes
ISBN 9781784392413
Date Of Publication 23 Jul 2015


Luigi Fugaro

Luigi Fugaro's first encounter with computers was in the early 80s when he was a kid. He started with a Commodore Vic-20, passing through a Sinclair, a Commodore 64, and an Atari ST 1040, where he spent days and nights giving breath mints to Otis. In 1998, he started his career as a webmaster doing HTML, JavaScript, Applets, and some graphics with Paint Shop Pro. He then switched to Delphi, Visual Basic, and then started working on Java projects. He has been developing all kinds of web applications, dealing with backend and frontend frameworks. In 2012, he started working for Red Hat and is now an architect in the EMEA Middleware team.

He has authored WildFly Cookbook and Mastering JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 by Packt Publishing.