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I have recently completed development on Java6/jboss7. Now i am migrate my app into javaee7/wildfly8.2.

My app is mid size enterprise financial solution i.e .accounting ,sales , HR module.

I have a confusion that is it possible to run wildfly8 or jboss7 in production environment . some people says that any open source java application server is not recommend for production environment ,only jboss EAP for production . community server only for development .

Q1. is it correct or not ?
Q2 . is it possible to run jboss community edition into production environment ?
Q3 .what is the major complexity , when run community edition server into production environment without Jboss EAP ?

please give me some suggestion for this purpose .
 
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Samdani masum wrote:Q1. is it correct or not ?


Nonsense. EAP gives you better support from RedHat, but that's about it. Remember one thing - EAP is based on AS / Wildfly.

Q2 . is it possible to run jboss community edition into production environment ?


If course. We have one client that's using AS 7. I even migrated an application that was using Tomcat (also open source), and that had been running on an older Tomcat version for 8 years or so.

Q3 .what is the major complexity , when run community edition server into production environment without Jboss EAP ?


You'll have no official support from RedHat. If anything goes wrong you have to rely on the open source community for solutions.
 
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