Most of the work in this release has been done on the framework level, creating re-usable components that are needed to implement the remaining management use cases:
Form databinding & validation
Integration with the domain controller
General UI framework (MVP)
Functionally this release does focus on the outermost domain management use cases, that act as POC for the building blocks listed above.
Start/Stop server instances
Create server groups and server configurations
Configure server groups and configurations
The standalone server Web UI doesn't contain any reasonable functionality at this point.
The work on management use cases that relate to subsystems has not begun yet. There are merely two examples (Datasource and JMS) that act as a preview and should give you an idea where things are going.
This release has been tested on Chrome, Firefox and Safari. Internet Explorer has not been verified yet, but we don't expect it to work properly in releases before IE8.
Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Tell us what you think about the current way the content is organized within the UI. Identify the top three things that don't make sense to you or that you couldn't find easily in the console. Send these issues to: