Configuration Manager 1.6 release announcement - Open Source, Java

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  1. Henry n

    Henry n Guest

    Configuration Manager 1.6 release announcement - Open Source, Java
    http://configmanager.sourceforge.net/index.html

    Configuration Management is a common problem. It is especially a
    problem for customer-facing web applications that are developed in
    house. Since they are customer facing, you want to limit restarts of
    you application server for best user experience or to fulfill any
    service agreement the company might have. So you want your application
    to run for a long time without being restarted, yet the run time
    system assumptions do change. The company runs a promotion, and herds
    of users flock to your site. Your thread pools and connection pools
    start running low, since they were not configured for such load. Your
    logging start to fill up the hard drive and you would like to start
    logging to a different device. The service you are using to find
    information up has temporarily moved to an affiliate web site. You
    want to run batch task a bit more often for a few days, until the
    operations go back to normal. In all of the cases above, you would
    like to change the configuration without restarting your application.
    What that means is that you would like to have a configuration
    management system that supports configuration files reloading.

    http://configmanager.sourceforge.net/index.html
     
    Henry n, Nov 17, 2008
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  2. Henry n

    Henry n Guest

    Re: Configuration Manager 1.6 release announcement - Open Source,Java

    I've just released Configuration Manager 1.7
    The 1.7 version adds support for different configuration values for
    different environments: development, QA, production. It also adds a
    couple of tutorials on how to use configuration manager.

    Configuration manager is disributed under widely accepted Open Source
    Apache 2 license.
    Please check it out at http://configmanager.sourceforge.net/index.html

    Henry
     
    Henry n, Jan 14, 2009
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