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Part II - Deployment Diagram

 
Luciano Assis
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Hello guys,

I have one question about the deployment of my application.

Considering that I have an .ear:

1- If I implant this ear on a JBoss AS for example, how could I configure and represent a DMZ firewall? Is It possible?

2- Can I separate the .war and put on a separate tomcat to use a DMZ and the jars on jboss as?

3-In option two i should separate the war project from the jars and use only Remote EJB interfaces right? In this case I am scared about the time of response of my app.

What you guys think about It?

Thanks!
 
Saket Mittal
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Hi Luciano

You don't have to take the .war out of your EAR and deploy on a separate web server which is in DMZ. You can have your web server in DMZ working as a reverse proxy/serving static content etc and have your EAR(along with your WAR) deployed on your JBoss behind the DMZ.

Hope this helps.



 
Luciano Assis
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Thank`s for your answer Saket Mittal,

In this situation the web server (Apache Http server for example) would serve only static resources and my JBoss will do all the work (Web+EJB Container) right?

Great help! Thank`s!
 
Saket Mittal
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Yes correct.
 
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