Chapter 2. Introduction
- JBoss HTTP Connector for load balancing
- PicketLink framework for identity management
- RESTEasy framework for RESTful web services
- Seam framework for development
2.1. Integrated Projects
- JBoss EJB
- JBoss EJB3 provides the implementation of the Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) specification. EJB 3.0 is a deep overhaul and simplification of the EJB specification.
- JBoss Transactions
- JBoss Transactions is the default transaction manager compliant with JTA, JTS and Web Services standards.
- JBoss Web
- JBoss Web is the Web container component based on Apache Tomcat that includes the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) and Tomcat native technologies.
- JBoss Messaging (JMS)
- JBoss Messaging is the default messaging provider. It is also the backbone of the JBoss enterprise service bus (ESB) infrastructure. JBoss Messaging substitutes JBossMQ, which is the default JMS provider for JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 4.2.
- JBoss Cache
- JBoss Cache provides two types of transactional cache: a traditional tree-structured node-based cache; and a PojoCache, an in-memory, transactional, and replicated cache system that allows users to operate on simple POJOs transparently without active user management of either replication or persistency aspects.
ImportantJBoss Cache is deprecated and substituted by Infinispan in the next major JBoss Enterprise Application Platform release.
- JBossWS 3.x
- JBossWS 3.x is the web service stack that provides Java EE compatible web services.