GlassFish is an open-source application server project started by Sun Microsystems for the Java EE platform and now sponsored by Oracle Corporation.


How to enable GZIP Compression in Tomcat, Jetty, GlassFish…

GZIP Compression is a widely supported method of reducing the file size of the content hosted by your Java Application Server. This reduces bandwidth...
Leon Atherton
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Tutorial: Setting up Glassfish On a Linux Server

Setting up Glassfish for our Web Service based PDF converter was a relatively straight-forward job, but there are some nuances to be aware of....
Simon Lissack
3 min read

Choosing a Java Application Server

As you maybe aware of recently Oracle has stopped commerical support for future releases of the Glassfish server. You can read the official announcement...
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5 things we plan to do in 2014?

The New Year is a time for looking back and also for making plans for 2014. I am not a great one for making...
Mark Stephens
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WebSocket: Multiple Users, Encoders, Decoders and Dogs.

In my previous tutorial, we were left with a WebSocket server endpoint which bounced back our message. In this tutorial I will show you...
Simon Lissack
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