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I am using Struts2 - Spring - Hibernate on standalone tomcat server. However, I heard that someone is using Jboss while also running Struts2 - Spring - Hibernate web appli (without using EJB). Why Jboss is needed in such a case? Is there any benefits for using Jboss rather than standalone tomcat?
Does Jboss offer anything better than standalone Tomcat in terms of scaling up the appli (no EJB, no remote call) through clustering ?
Kees Jan Koster
Joined: Mar 31, 2009
Tomcat offers clustering, JBoss does too. Whether it is more effective depends on your application's needs. Since you're asking, I think Tomcat's clustering will do nicely for you. :-)
If you write your application according to the JEE spec and use Tomcat without relying on any of its Tomcat-specific features, you can move to JBoss (and endure JBoss start times) at any time in the future.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: Reasons for Using Jboss Rather Than Tomcat Only