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Application Server Evaluation

JiaPei Jen
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Hi, has anybody done a comparison and evaluation of the WebSphere vs. WebLogic, or .NET, or JBoss, or ATG Dynamo, or a combination of them? Would you mind sharing your findings? Thank you.
Dale Seng
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Joined: Mar 22, 2004
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I'm sure someone has a link.. please!
JeanLouis Marechaux
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Joined: Nov 12, 2001
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A comparison between WebSphere and .Net ?? Are you kidding ???

Seriously, you will certainly find numerous comparisons on the internet using Google. But most of the time, it is not really interesting as it's only commercial stuff.
The best application server on earth is the one which fit your needs, that's it (now you've got to define your needs and constraints)

There's on link I'm aware of listing each Application Server's features.
But it is not up to date. For insstance, WebSphere is now J2EE 1.4 compliant with the release 6
But anyway.....
here it is...


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