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Sun Web Server: The Essential Guide

  • Length: 600 pages
  • Edition: 1
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  • Publication Date: 2009-08-23
  • ISBN-10: 0137128924
  • ISBN-13: 9780137128921
  • Sales Rank: #6662926 (See Top 100 Books)

Sun Web Server: The Essential Guide

William Nelson    Arvind Srinivasan    Murthy Chintalapati (CVR)
Foreword by Scott G. McNealy

The authoritative, comprehensive guide to Sun Web Server 7.0

Sun Web Server is the secure web serving platform of choice for large-scale enterprises in industries from finance and telecommunications to travel and government. Now there’s a complete, detailed guide to the latest Sun Web Server 7.0 release. Drawing on unsurpassed experience both training and supporting Sun’s enterprise customers, this book’s authors cover everything that developers, administrators, and architects need to know to implement and support Sun Web Server 7.0 within a single node or across an entire server farm.

Server administrators will find task-focused coverage and hands-on examples for installation, configuration, cluster management, monitoring, and troubleshooting. Developers and architects will gain powerful insights into Sun Web Server’s internals and learn how to extend its built-in functionality. Enterprise deployment specialists will find indispensable information on sizing and tuning, plus reference configurations to deploy advanced Web 2.0–style dynamic web sites. Whatever your role, this book will help you hit the ground running and get superior results for years to come. Coverage includes

•  Taking advantage of Sun Web Server 7.0’s powerful new features

•  Walking through initial installations and upgrades

•  Customizing Sun Web Server’s HTTP request processing to your specific requirements

•  Building dynamic content with scripting languages and server-side Java-based extensions

•  Creating secure dynamic Web 2.0 sites with your dynamic content and database technologies of choice

•  Monitoring server instances in live production environments and optimizing performance

•  Resolving server errors and other anomalies in Web Server runtime behavior

•  Using actual server configuration files from Sun’s own large-scale technology deployments

•  Using the detailed reference information on Sun Web Server’s main server configuration file

About the Web Site

This book’s companion web site,, contains FAQs, errata, answers to self-paced exercises, and links to download locations and product forums.

About the Authors

William Nelson has more than 20 years of experience as a developer, instructor, author, consultant, and project manager. He has authored more than 10 Sun Microsystems courses on the Java Enterprise System, and currently manages a professional services organization that specializes in identity and access management. Arvind Srinivasan, an architect on the Sun Web Server development engineering team, has served as technical lead for the Servlet/JSP container of Sun’s Web Server and Application Server. He is co-author of Java Networking and AWT API Superbible. Murthy Chintalapati (CVR), senior engineering manager at Sun Microsystems, is responsible for web tier products such as Sun Web Server 7.0, and the OpenSolaris Web Stack project. He holds five U.S. patents for web and application server technologies and was awarded Sun Microsystems Chairman’s Award for Innovation.

Text printed on recycled paper

Cover image: Sun photo library

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