Dec 152009
 

A study has found that 36% of WebLogic and WebSphere users are likely to move to a different primary production application server within two years. IT and business leaders cited vendor lock-in, high cost, and difficulty of management as the top three reasons they are dissatisfied. Continue reading »

Apr 292009
 

SpringSource has released SpringSource tc Server, which it claims to be an enterprise version of Apache Tomcat, the world’s most widely used Java application server. SpringSource tc Server claims to be hardened for enterprise use and coupled with the mission-critical operational capabilities and advanced diagnostics required by the most demanding IT environments. Continue reading »

Mar 232009
 

The Spring framework emerged as a lightweight alternative to EJBs and heavy application servers and has been consistently growing in popularity. Spring creator Rod Johnson in a recent keynote has suggested that Java app servers are a dead technology. Continue reading »

Apr 092008
 

google app engineGoogle has released a new hosted software platform offering developers access to its application servers. Google App Engine service that includes a distributed Web server, database and storage, software development kit, which enable developers to write Web applications in Google’s SDK, and upload them to the company’s servers for hosting. The Google App Engine currently supports only Python, which will surely be a significant boost to interest in and usage of the Python language for web applications.
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Apr 092008
 

google app engineGoogle has released a new hosted software platform offering developers access to its application servers. Google App Engine service that includes a distributed Web server, database and storage, software development kit, which enable developers to write Web applications in Google’s SDK, and upload them to the company’s servers for hosting.
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Feb 032005
 

Anil Saldhana JBossIn this interview, we speak to Anil Saldhana, Senior Developer at JBoss Inc. Anil talks about J2EE applications servers, open source, aspect oriented programming and particularly about the JBoss range of products. He also shares his views on what is special about JBoss and what the company has to offer to the enterprise Java community.

An interesting bit for our readers from India is that JBoss will soon have an office in Bangalore and will be conducting JBoss training sessions in India.

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