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Hi have around 10 years of java/j2ee hands on experience. During this time, i have used weblogic, jobss, sun app server, tomcat. All these servers were used with developers perspective. Now I want to get good experience of server administration, preferably jboss. Can some one guide me with good book/resource. I am also preparing for interview. I want to showcase my skill as server administration. I already have jboss in action, but the book it too detailed and for now i dont have enough time to go through the entire book(though I would like to come back to it later). Can some one please guide/provide pointers to get myself up to speed with jboss administration.

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I was going to recommend JBoss In Action but you say you already have it. It covers the configurations to the right amount of details. I can't think of a more concise book. Perhaps the JBoss documentation should be enough?
 
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