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Hi,

I am in the process of doing my assignment. I found below interesting post while googling for comparison of various application servers.

http://www.slideshare.net/Romanik/websphere-app-server-vs-jboss-vs-weblogic-vs-tomcat-interconnect-2016

Looks like IBM WebSphere AS has got lot of advantages over other servers. Is it okay to propose it based on above comparison?

Please suggest.

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Consider that the piece was authored by an Executive IT Specialist with IBM with a bias towards WebSphere.
 
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Thank you !!

Is there any genuine guide or source using which we could justify selection of a particular Application Server?

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Found below white paper from Oracle.

http://www.oracle.com/us/products/middleware/application-server/oracle-glassfish-server/comparing-glassfish-jboss-wp-117118.pdf

It will be difficult to select any server based on the information available on the internet, unless we try it on our own. What is the best way to justify the selection say Glassfish App Server?

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For many applications, any server is fine. Two key aspects to consider are scalability and cost. And what the developers/deployers are familiar with.

When I took the cert, I picked one of the servers Oracle owns since it was an Oracle cert. The nice thing is that you aren't actually building/deploying the app you design. So you don't need to use the server!
 
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