WildFly Cookbook: Over 90 hands-on recipes to configure, deploy, and manage Java-based applications using WildFly
This book is intended for middleware system administrators and Java developers, actually good Java developers, who care about architecture design and implementation. Whether you are new to WildFly, come from a previous version, such as JBoss AS 5, 6, and 7, or are an expert in it, you will be able to master both the basic and advanced features of WildFly.
By the way, most of the core components of WildFly are totally new, such as its administration tool, that is, the CLI; its operational modes, which are, the standalone and domain modes; and its web server provided by Undertow, you can benefit from this book even if you have no experience in JBoss and WildFly at all.
With the increasing demand for distributed systems for Java applications, WildFly offers a robust platform on which to deploy and manage your services. As a matter of fact, WildFly 9 is a fully certified Java EE 7 platform and provides remote management tools, such as the redesigned Admin Console and the new and powerful Command Line Interface (CLI).
With practical and accessible material, you will begin by learning to set up your WildFly runtime environment, and progress to selecting appropriate operational models, managing subsystems, and conquering the CLI. You will then walk through the different balancing and clustering techniques, simultaneously learning about role-based access control and then developing applications targeting WildFly and Docker.