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May 21, 2010

GlassFish 3.1 – One Pagers Available For Review

Filed under: glassfish — arungupta @ 9:51 am

GlassFish Server Open Source Edition continue to follow the open and transparent process for the upcoming 3.1 release. The key functional drivers are:

  • Clustering and Centralized Administration
  • High Availability

This will bring GlassFish Server Open Source Edition 3.x in feature parity with GlassFish v2. Several components have published one pagers on the / alias and are available for review. Here are the one-pagers that are currently available today (in no particular order):

  • App Client Container – JNLP Customization
  • Web-based Administration Console
  • Upgrade Tool
  • Persistence Services
  • Clustering Infrastructure
  • Deployment
  • Connectors (Java EE Connector Architecture, Connection Pooling, JDBC-RA)
  • Embedded GlassFish
  • Jersey
  • EJB Container
  • RESTful API
  • Logging & Diagnostics

Please review and provide feedback following the guidelines and templates described here. A complete list is available on the One Pagers list and check for the status column with values as "Ready for Review" or "Under Review".

The Milestone 1 is just a few days away. In the meanwhile you can grab the latest nightly or promoted build to see if there are any major regressions with your applications or get the first flavor of some features. As always, please help us file issues in the bug tracker.

Here are some other relevant links:

  • GlassFish 3.1 One Pagers
  • GlassFish 3.1 Feature List
  • Draft Engineering Schedule
  • Weekly Engineering Meeting (Wed, 9am PT, phone only)
  • GlassFish Roadmap

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