JBoss 7.1 ZipKit
JavaBeans Open Source Software Application Server (JBoss AS, or JBoss) is an application server that implements the Java Platform Enterprise Edition. It comprises a set of offerings for enterprise customers who are looking for preconfigured profiles of JBoss Enterprise Middleware components that have been tested and certified together to provide an integrated experience. It's easy-to-use server architecture and high flexibility makes JBoss the ideal choice for users just starting out with J2EE, as well as senior architects looking for a customizable middle-ware platform.
JBoss 7.1 ZipKit contents
This ZipKit contains following:
|Software name||Packaged with eZDeploy||Download location|
|JBoss 7.1||No (Required to be downloaded)||JBoss 7.1 download|
|MySQL Connector 5.1||No (Required to be downloaded)||MySQL connector download|
|Java Development Kit (JDK) 7||No (Required to be downloaded)||Java Development Kit download|
|MySQL Package||No (Required to be downloaded)||Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5.4 64 bit media containing the required MySQL packages.|
MySQL packages are copyrighted. You need to download these packages. See Where to download the ZipKit for details.
JBoss 7.1 ZipKit deployment models
The JBoss ZipKit supports the following service deployment models:
In the single-tier deployment model, JBoss, JDK and MySQL are installed on a single instance of a server.
In the multi-tier deployment model, JBoss and JDK are installed on one instance of a server and MySQL is installed on a separate instance of a server.
|Standalone model||In the standalone deployment model, only JBoss and JDK are installed on a single instance of a server. MySQL is not installed.|
The following topics describe how to use the ZipKit to create a service offering that deploys JBoss application server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) version 5.4 or 6.3.
|Provides an overview of the ZipKit, how to download the content, and a description of what is in the ZipKit.|
|Importing the ZipKit for JBoss 7.1||Describes the tasks you must perform in BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management to import the service blueprint included in the ZipKit.|
|Creating a JBoss 7.1 service offering||Describes how to create a service offering in BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management, which you can then use to create a requestable service offering for your end users.|