[Aerogear-users] AeroGear Unified Push on other application servers?

Raimund Klein chessray77 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 29 09:52:46 EDT 2015

Hi Erik,

Thank you for the suggestion. Please excuse the stupid question, but I
assume this means I'd have to pack my own artifact based on the released
sources? In this case, I'm a bit concerned about this part of the swarm
(which I haven't heard of before) documentation:


In order to specify the portions of the Wildfly AS your application needs,
your pom.xml should specify some of the following dependencies within the
org.wildfly.swarm Maven group-id:



Since this would be my first contact with AeroGear, I have no idea which of
these is required by the server. I'd probably just resort to including all
of the above.

I'm not sure if I could "sell" this solution to the other project
stakeholders, but unless someone has a better idea (or can give me a hint
as to how much Wildfly there really is inside the Unified Push Server),
I'll have to give it a try.


2015-04-29 13:44 GMT+01:00 Erik Jan de Wit <edewit at redhat.com>:

> Maybe use wildfly swarm [1] and 'just' manage the process?
> [1] https://github.com/wildfly-swarm/wildfly-swarm
> On Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 12:05 PM, Raimund Klein <chessray77 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> >
> > We are considering the use of the AeroGear Unified Push Server in our
> > current project, but I'm afraid there will be quite some resistance
> against
> > using the WildFly or JBoss EAP servers in our environments (and no, we
> don't
> > have Docker yet, either - I'm trying to push for that on another line,
> but
> > there are even more stakeholders involved...). So far, our infrastructure
> > team supports only another application server.
> >
> > How deep are the links between the application and the server? I briefly
> > talked to Matze after this JAX talk last week and he mentioned that there
> > are direct uses of HornetQ. Is that the only restriction, and how
> heavily is
> > this used? Are there plans to make this tie-in optional?
> >
> > Please excuse all these questions, but they're only some of the problems
> I'm
> > facing in pushing this forward. I would really like to use it in order to
> > reduce the headaches I had over the past months, but in a bigger
> > organisation you have more people asking this kind of thing. ;-)
> >
> > Cheers
> > Raimund
> >
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> Cheers,
>        Erik Jan
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