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Comparison among J2EE Application Servers

 
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Can anyone provide me comparisons among J2EE Application Servers on the following issues?
1) In terms of usage/popularity
2) In terms of pricing
3) In terms of open source project integration/supports
I may only guess that Weblogic is being used most followed by WebSphere, JBoss, Orion, Sun One, Resin....in fact very rough guess...
[ December 17, 2002: Message edited by: Ashik uzzaman ]
 
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A comparison matrix has been put on this site a long time ago and is updated regularly from time to time
Application Server Comparison Matrix
 
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Thank you very much...
 
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interesting reading
Websphere 3.5.3 $800/server
Websphere 4.0 12K/CPU
 
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