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Cloud Computing - NGASI Takes its AppServer Manager to the Cloud
Gives Amazon EC2 Users the Option of Not Installing Their Own Version of NGASI AppServer Manager to Manage Application Servers
By: Maureen O'Gara
Jul. 31, 2008 11:15 PM
Application server management software developer NGASI has introduced a hosted version of its AppServer Manager on Amazon EC2.
The “no installation required” service gives Amazon EC2 users the option of not installing their own version of NGASI AppServer Manager to manage application servers.
It’s currently offering free developer accounts at http://www.ngasi.com.
The NGASI AppServer Manager is supposed to automate application server management via an AJAX-based web interface, command-line script, Java API and Web Services; automate the installation of application servers and the applications on a single server machine, across multiple virtual servers, and across multiple physical servers; and automate application server load balancing configuration and management.
It supports Tomcat, JBoss, Glassfish, Jetty and Oracle-OC4J.
It’s also supposed to let IT managers centrally manage
application server assets and resources spread across the enterprise and lets
service providers roll out SaaS-enabled or cloud computing-based Java Hosting.
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