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Why choosing Websphere rather than JBoss?

 
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People say Jboss support is much better than Websphere's. Is that true?
 
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Hi,

Objectively as possible, utilizing people that were expert in each, and concluded that JBoss EAP is the clear winner over WebSphere AS ND with a 50.91%
lower TCO, easier application development characteristics, noteworthy operational ease-of-use advantages, and a smaller footprint.

Hope this article helps you!

https://mx.redhat.com/rhecm/rest-rhecm/jcr/repository/collaboration/jcr:system/jcr:versionStorage/a62ef4330a0526022cc0caa4f9e04992/1/jcr:frozenNode/rh:pdfFile.pdf

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RedHat commissioned a study that concluded that their product was better. I can't help but be skeptical there.

I haven't interacted with JBoss support so I don't know which is better.
 
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