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Hello friends,

I would like to know that which servlet container is used in Websphere, like in JBOSS it is Apache Tomcat. Jboss and websphere both are application server.
So what servlet container is implemented in Websphere?

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The servlet container that is part of IBM's Websphere Application Server was written by IBM. They own it and it is considered part of the Websphere Application Server.
 
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