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Latest revision as of 05:32, 22 August 2013

[edit] Welcome to the Caucho Resin 4.x Wiki

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[edit] Wiki Categories

Squirrel-48.png Resin Distributed Cache: Java Cache and Memcached
Cloud-48.png Resin: Application Server: Cloud Deployment
Cookbook-48.png Resin Application Server Cookbook
Gears-48.png Resin Application Server Configuration
Heart-48.png Resin Health System : Server Monitoring and Java Monitoring
Email-48.png Resin Messaging
Web-48.png Resin Web Server
Padlock-48.png Resin Security
Construction-48.png Resin Development
Share-48.png 3rd Party Service Integration
Embed-48.png Resin Embedded


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[edit] Featured Article

[edit] Resin Cloud deployment with Amazon


This tutorial is going to cover the basics of using Resin with Amazon Web Services for cloud deployment. If you are new to cloud computing and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), follow along and you will soon be deploying Java web applications in the cloud. You wil create an EC2 instance. You will download and install Resin on Ubuntu on a local machine. You will install Resin on an Amazon Linux AMI instance (EC2 instance).

For this tutorial you will need Resin 4.0.31 or later. Check back periodically because as we are going to expand the tutorial and improve Resin's support of cloud deployments. The Resin engineering team plans on improving cloud support continuously. (more...)

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