Featuring Corus: Dump your App Server

  • Scale plain Java apps, adopt lightweight app frameworks without compromise
  • Do away with cumbersome programming models and application servers
  • Centrally manage distributed virtual machines and applications on commodity infrastructure
  • Streamline deployments, minimize downtime
  • Avoid prohibitive license costs
What is it ?How is it used ?Updates
  • Allows managing distributed Java virtual machines collectively on multiple hosts
  • Monitors JVMs to insure high-availability (automatically restarts crashed JVMs)
  • Provides command-line interface mimicking Linux/Unix commands, easing the job of sysadmins
  • Do away with the app server model: deploy standard Java apps using your lightweight framework of choice (Spring, Guice, etc.)
  • Deploys, undeploys, executes, terminates JVMs (and applications) on multiple hosts as one
  • Install on commodity hardware
  • Corus 4.1.2 (currently available)
  • Repository functionality: auto-deployment and execution of applications to new nodes in cluster
  • Ripple: target command execution to cluster subset (minimize downtime when deploying over large clusters)

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