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Java EE Applications on Oracle Java Cloud:: Develop, Deploy, Monitor, and Manage Your Java Cloud Applications (Oracle Press)

Java EE Applications on Oracle Java Cloud:: Develop, Deploy, Monitor, and Manage Your Java Cloud Applications (Oracle Press) [Kindle Edition]

Harshad Oak

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Master Java EE Application Development on Oracle Java Cloud

Build highly available, scalable, secure, distributed applications on Oracle Java Cloud. In this Oracle Press guide, Oracle ACE Director and Java Champion Harshad Oak leads you through the entire Java EE cloud-based application lifecycle—from development to deployment. Filled with real-world examples, ready-to-use code, and best practices, Java EE Applications on Oracle Java Cloud is an invaluable resource for anyone looking to meet the growing demand for cloud-based development skills.

  • Set up an Oracle Java Cloud instance and manage users and roles
  • Build an application with NetBeans IDE and deploy it on Oracle Java Cloud
  • Extend application functionality using servlets, filters, and listeners
  • Streamline application development with JavaServer Pages, JSP Standard Tag Library, and expression language
  • Create and deploy feature-rich JavaServer Faces applications on Oracle Java Cloud
  • Use Enterprise JavaBeans to effectively run business logic code in enterprise applications
  • Develop and deploy SOAP and RESTful web services on Oracle Java Cloud
  • Take advantage of the persistence capabilities of Oracle Java Cloud via Oracle Database Cloud

Code examples from the book are available for download.

About the Author

Harshad Oak, Oracle ACE Director, Java Champion, (Pune Maharashtra, India) is the founder of IndicThreads, an online developer magazine which hosts some of the most reputed technology conferences in India.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 9784 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 4 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 1 edition (4 Sep 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple, concise and relevant 17 Nov 2014
By K-LOUD - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
I used this book to evaluate our organizational need to move our applications to a cloud based solution and I have to say this book catered to a wider audience internally in our company than I thought. I gave this book to some of the senior management and they were able to get the picture as well.
Not only it gives a crisp and concise intro to all the relevant J2EE technologies but also have enough examples(including screenshots) to deploy the applications in the Oracle Cloud. Some developers might find it too light on the individual technologies but then again its not about one particular technology its more how to put all that stuff on the Java Cloud and operate it. I think it caters fairly to that.
3.0 out of 5 stars good intro to cloud; bad intro to JSP 11 Oct 2014
By Jeanne Boyarsky - Published on
“Java EE Applications on Oracle Java Cloud” targets a very broad audiences. Those looking to learn Java EE, those looking to deploy to Oracle Java Cloud,, users of Oracle middleware technologies and business users/technical managers/consultants needing an introduction to Oracle Java Cloud. I'm typically skeptical when I see such a large audience. This particular one seems like it was written by marketing. I think this book is best for those who know Java, but not Java EE who have either decided to use Oracle Java Cloud or are interested in trying out any cloud.

The book starts out strong giving good background on terms like IaaS/PaaS/SaaS. It also talks about competing clouds. While the book focuses on NetBeans, there is a brief explanation on how to integrate Oracle Java Cloud with other tools like Eclipse and Maven. The section about choosing a cloud provider felt like it was written by marketing, but the rest was technical.

It's hard to introduce all of Java EE in a 250 page book even if you are not covering cloud so it is a quick intro. That would be fine. However, I took issue with two of the statements in the book. Page 99 says “despite most books and blogs recommending JSF over JSP.” Maybe they mean over just JSP vs servlets/JSP (MVC). Page 107 says about scriptlets “If used judiciously, scriptlets can save a lot of time and effort, but if used too much....”. The chapter then describes <%! %>, <% %> and <%= %>. All of these have been considered bad practice for a decade.

While the parts about Oracle Java Cloud were good and I'm willing to ignore the marketing written target audience, I can't rate a book recommending scriptlets to a new Java developer any higher than three stars.

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for writing this review on behalf of CodeRanch.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money - Download this 39 page pamphlet from the web 21 Oct 2014
By ChinaMarine - Published on
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Totally misleading, silly me.... I was expecting a nice Big manual on Java & Java Cloud applications, what I received was like 39 pages, I could have downloaded the PDF file from the Oracle website, and it would have had more substance...

So I paid something like $1 USD per page - the cost of this paper thin pamphlet, not including shipping, was something like $39.99.

Learn from my mistake, just download it from their website...
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