Your Application Server is now running
To replace this page, overwrite the file index.html in the document root folder of this domain's default virtual server. The document root folder of the domain domain1 is located at install-dir /domains/domain1/docroot, where install-dir is the Application Server installation directory.
Register the Application Server with Sun Connection now
Use the Admin Console to register the Application Server with Sun Connection now. Registration is optional, but as a registered user you receive benefits such as:
Patch information and bug updates
Screencasts and tutorials
News and events
Support and training offerings
Get a Sun Java System Application Server subscription
To benefit from powerful support for the commercial counterpart to GlassFish, the Sun Java™ System Application Server, consider a Java System Application Server Subscription. This subscription provides a one-stop shop for products and services with immediate web access to software support with full indemnification, updates and upgrades, production and code support, training, and much more.
Install and update additional software components
Use the Update Center to install and update additional technologies and frameworks such as Open ESB, jMaki, and JRuby. To improve the user experience and optimize offerings to users, Sun collects data about GlassFish usage that is transmitted by the Update Center installer client as part of the automatic update processes. No personally identifiable information is collected by this process.
Join the GlassFish community
Visit the GlassFish Community page for information about how to join the GlassFish community. The GlassFish community is developing a free, open source, production-quality, enterprise-class application server that implements the newest features of the Java™ Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 5 platform and related enterprise technologies.
Learn more about the Application Server
For more information about the Application Server, samples, documentation, and additional resources, see install-dir/docs/about.html, where install-dir is the Application Server installation directory.