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Deciding on an Open Source J2EE Platform
Ed Lyons, NetNumina Solutions

Track: Java
Date: Wednesday, July 09
Time: 5:15pm - 6:00pm
Location: Eugene

Overview of An Open Source J2EE Platform

Database, Application Server, Web Server

Requirements for Enterprise Applications

There are certain requirements that each component of our enterprise solution must meet. For instance, databases need to support replication and application servers need to support two-phase commit transactions. We will show what the requirements are for these types of applications.

Looking at the open source choices

We will look at each offering in light of its features and the enterprise application requirements from the previous section.


  • MySQL, PostgresSQL, SAP DB

    Application Servers:

  • Jboss

    Web Servers:

  • Jetty, Tomcat, Apache

    Integration and Recommended Combinations

    This section will show how to integrate the various components as well as show which combinations work best when evaluated on performance, ease of installation, reliability and maintenance.

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