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Demo j2ee env

Demo j2ee env

Demo j2ee env


We have a complete/full fledged/Component based J2ee environment in Production. However I need to build a Sample environment which is a replication of the Production environment so we can Demo our product to the new customers. What things do I need to consider. What are the challenges of running multiple App Servers (like Jboss, Apache) on a single box.

If anyone has already done this before please suggest the various aspects I need to look for.


RE: Demo j2ee env

The only challenge I can think of rigth now is the port conflicts, but after running a production environment, a test one uses to be much easier.

Anyway, I wouldn't try to do an exact copy but a working one, taking into account that some parameters like performance or throughput will not be the same


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