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Has anyone out there used HP middlewear Application Server? If so what did you think of it?
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Hey Mark-
I work with the HP Middleware division. I must say I'm a little surprised there's still interest in our app server (don't get me wrong, I think it was a great product, and it would have been cool to see what it developed into...) but we announced the obsolescence of HP-AS last July.
You'll notice from the dates listed on the Sunset page that the "Last Buy" program has passed and it's no longer even available for download. That being said, you can still buy support for it.
I guess the point of all this is to say: I think its a great product, but it would be irresponsible to start using it in a new installation given that it will no longer be supported in two years. If you're already using it in production, I'd start making plans to move to a different product (that's what we've been doing with many of our customers over the last year).
If you have any questions about any specific stuff, feel free to email us: hpmd-sunset@hp.com.
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