Run Java with GlassFish in Windows Azure

At PDC10 (Microsoft’s Professional Developers Conference 2010), Microsoft has again provided affirmation of support for Java in Windows Azure. “We’re making Java a first-class citizen with Windows Azure, the choice of the underlying framework, the choice of the development tool.”, said Bob Muglia (President of Server and Tools at Microsoft), during his keynote presentation (transcript)….


Building Highly Scalable Java Applications on Windows Azure (JavaOne 2010)

JavaOne has always been one of my favorite technology conferences, and this year I had the privilege to present a session there. Given my background in Java, previous employment at Sun Microsystems, and the work I’m currently doing with Windows Azure at Microsoft, it’s only natural to try to piece them together and find more…


Run Java with Jetty in Windows Azure

[Update 2011.01.17]NIO is no longer an issue in Windows Azure with SDK 1.3 (see post for more details) [Update 2010.03.28] Included Jetty configuration information (see “Configure Jetty” section below) Jetty is a Java-based, open source Web Server which provides a HTTP server and Servlet container capable of serving static and dynamic content either from a…