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Is EJB ready for cloud environment?

 
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I'd like to know if EJB is ready for cloud environment.
 
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Yes, you have use EJB on the cloud. For example you can try OpenShift or the Oracle Cloud. You can also run GlassFish/WildFly on Amazon.
 
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That's a good question. A lot of books start discussing EJB technology saying that they're distributed objects, but I've never read one where
their application in multi-tenancy enviroment is shown. It would be nice to have real-life examples illustrated in handbooks covering
that topic.
 
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I think it would be a good topic for a blog. A bit too much of an edge case still for a book.
 
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