Liferay Portal Platform - [Fedora/Tomcat/Mysql]

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Liferay Portal has been carefully designed with high scalability and robust performance to handle the most demanding applications for companies across all industries. Adherence to J2EE standards means Liferay Portal can be deployed in many contexts without restricting its usage to any specific operating system, application server, or database.


Submitted By: enomaly
US East AMI ID: ami-2d836644
AMI Manifest: khaz_liferay/image.manifest.xml
Operating System: Other
Created On: April 10, 2007 2:30 PM GMT
Last Updated: January 3, 2009 11:37 PM GMT

Life Ray AMI Abstract

Liferay Portal is the world's leading open source portal platform now going on its eighth year of development:

Scale your business without worrying about your IT.

Liferay grows with your organization whether you use it for a simple website or a large enterprise.

Because our technology is among the few that allows for clustering (the addition of hardware to meet growing usage demands) Liferay Portal’s capacity for content and applications is limitless!

Liferay Portal also accommodates today’s global business environment with multi-lingual support, including: Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, and Vietnamese.

Add Liferay’s language portlet to any page and allow end-users to quickly select a different localization with one click.

  • Runs on all major application server, database, and operating system, rendering over 700 deployment combinations.
  • JSR-168 compliant
  • Out-of-the-box usability
  • Over 60 portlets prebundled
  • Over 20 community-contributed themes available
  • Only portal that can run in either application server or servlet container
  • Benchmarked as among the most secure portal platforms using LogicLibrary's Logiscan suite
  • Architecture & Infrastructure
    • ESB Support Through ServiceMix Integration
    • Parallel (Asynchronous) Portlet Rendering Engine
    • WebDAV Support
    • Dynamic Virtual Hosting
    • User Impersonation
    • Guest Portlet Preferences
    • Improved Localization
    • Optional Servlet Session Sharing Across WARs
    • JUnit Tests
  • Applicaton Servers
    • Glassfish
    • Pramati
    • Geronimo plugin
  • Security
    • JAAS Login Optional
    • LDAP User/Group Synchronization
    • Out-of-the-box Single Sign-On Integration (JA-SIG CAS)
  • UI / Usability
    • Enhanced Drag 'n Drop
    • AJAX Page Tab Management
    • Portlet Modality
  • Integration
    • jBPM Workflow Engine Integration via ServiceMix
    • Alfresco Portlets
      • Content Item
        • Native Web Content
        • MS Office Document
      • Static List
      • Dynamic List
  • CMS
    • Document Library
      • Document Rating System
      • Shortcuts (link documents to other communities)
  • Portlets
    • Enhanced Alfresco Content
    • Sample Spring
    • Sample Tapestry
    • Sample Portal-Client
    • Sample Permissions
    • Search Engine Optimization
    • Sample JSF Facelets
    • Liferay Chat
      • Deprecate NFC Chat
      • Jabber Protocol
      • AJAX Enabled
    • Workflow
      • Workflow Designer Portlet
      • Liferay Journal Integration
    • Google Maps
    • Google Gadgets
    • Google Ads
    • Quick Note (Stickies)
  • Improved Translations
    • Arabic
    • Finnish
    • Spanish

LifeRay Docs >

IMAGE   ami-2d836644    khaz_liferay/image.manifest.xml 602961847481
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Server Login

authentication should be done using their keys file, so no users and passwords.
I have started instance and tested this AMI with following command: # ssh -i your_id_file
Connected ok

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Outdated Distri - a waste of time
Well composed - needed some tweaking but is hopeless outdated ....
P. Mueller on January 18, 2009 2:06 PM GMT
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