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Websphere or Weblogic

 
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Hi,
I wanted to know the better prospects among the above mentioned app servers(Websphere or Weblogic).

Thanks,
Ananth
 
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Tomcat !
 
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If you search job site is US, you will know that there are 50% more job associated with WebSphere. I don't know your experience, right now, WebSphere can be used to utilize Mainframe recources and even WebLogic also has the connector but I guess people are likely to go for IBM for that part. My 2 cents.
 
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