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Achieving High Availability Net Talk

  Asked By: Boell    Date: May 05    Category: Java    Views: 735
  

Some business applications define mission critical. You
just can't afford to have them go down. Ever.

Is 'always on' a realistic goal? Mark Bauhaus, VP, Java Web
Services, and Rich Sharples, Senior Product Manager for
Application Server, explore this possibility as they examine
examples of high availability and introduce Sun's approach
to enabling high availability in the application server
tier.

Register at: www.sun.com/nettalk?ssobm=yg

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Answer #1    Answered By: Cyka Jansen     Answered On: May 05

doesnt this type of application  usually get written in ADA? Didnt NASA
have some rights to ADA also?

Anyhow, java  has a buggy garbage collection. I woudlnt advise it as its
not always predictable when the garbage collection will run, thus
leaving many problems with relation to free memory. I have had bad
experiences with apps which have many, many threads, and others which
create many objects.

 
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