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Jboss EAP Cost

 
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I saw some sample cost analysis on RedHat Jboss EAP. It mentioned something like JDK and HTTP Server.

For instance:

CPU core#: 128

Application Server: $80,000

JDK: $25,992

HTTP Server: $2500


My question: My web app is JSP based, I do not need the HTTP server. Also, I can download the JDK for free, so I do not need the JDK, either. In this case, if I can still install and run the Jboss EAP (without the package JDK and HTTP server), to save the extra cost?



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Questions like these are more appropriate to be asked to JBoss EAP sales/support team since it's they who know the details.

P.S: There also a discussion about this here https://community.jboss.org/thread/240349.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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