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By Simon_Maple
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Published: May 22 2013 / 04:20

What type of Java app server should you choose for your next project? Well, that kinda depends on what kind of app you’re building, what your needs are, what type of organization you work in, and lots of other factors too. Hence the debate. So perk up your ears, and get ready for a showdown. We’re going to compare and contrast many aspects of these servers scoring each and placing each of them based on our findings. We then address the big questions: Which app server is the best? Doesn’t someone in a big company have different needs than a hobbyist developer geek working at home? How should we weight what’s important to different profiles of people? And so on… The Application Servers we will be discussing in this report are Tomcat, Jetty, GlassFish, IBM WAS Liberty Profile and JBoss (aka WildFly)
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