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Weblogic VS Websphere demand in IT market

 
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Dear Friends,

I am having 6 + years of experience in J2ee and Solaris Administration.

I am planning to start study the middleware administration. I have discussed with my friends for below points and got confused.

Some of my friends told weblogic is fast growing and will have good demand in market.Also Oracle is trying to introduce lots of new advanced feauters in weblogic.So that weblogic administration jobs will be more demand in future. Also what about the direct onsite requirement for weblogic administrators.

Some of my friends told websphere is strong enhancement growth and always will lead demand product in market.So for websphere there millions of onsite / offshore opportunities. Also what about the direct onsite requirement for websphere administrators.


Please advise me which one is best demand in future growth weblogic (or) websphere

Thanks in advance for your reply.
 
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Using my unscientific tool, Google Trends, it looks like the mindshare has been trending closer and is nearly 50/50 (Weblogic in blue, Websphere in red):

Google Trends Page
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