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JBoss Application Server is the Best Open Source Application Server

  Asked By: Arland    Date: Aug 17    Category: Java    Views: 1346
  

I had two series experience in JBoss AS and used it's JEMS (JBoss Enterprise Middleware Suite) in Enterprise Projects like now in Maskan Bank and so on.
and now I faithfully say 'JBoss AS is the best' for some reasons and features :

JBoss AS (Application Server)
JBoss ESB (Enterprise Service Bus)
JBoss Remoting
JBoss Cache
JBoss Seam
JBoss JBPM (jboss Business Process Management)
JBoss Portal
JBoss Rules
JBoss AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming)
JBoss EJB 3.0 (Enterprise Java Bean)
JBoss Transactions
JBoss MicroContainer
JBoss Web Service
JBoss Collaboration Services
JBoss Messaging
JBoss Security
JBoss IIOP
JBoss Web
JBoss JGroups

and the best implementation of EJB 3.0 with seam-1.1.0 GA framework and also
has well JBoss-Cashe-1.4.2 and JBoss-Cluster (Grid Computing) in it.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Geldefsman Bakker     Answered On: Aug 17

I have 2 questiosn:

first one is about your project if the answer is not secret would you please tell me if this bank maskan system support WAP, Voice and Mobile XHTML?

the second is can you please compare JBoss stack with any other application  server stacks you have experienced these ones are my candidates:
Open Source:
Apache
Objectweb
Commercial:
IBM
Oracle
thanks a lot in advance.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Von Fischer     Answered On: Aug 17

I will explain you about the projects  for details later.these projects are Enterprise Project for
"Seda Sima" and "Mokhaberat Iran" (Contact Center-Telecommunication like VOIP-CRM-WorkFellow-Rule Engine-SIP Protocol-...) and Maskan Bank (All Banking Tasks like Internet Banking-Internet Branches-Message Driven Systems-Debit Cards-...)

But answer to second question,

Ninety days after its purchase of JBoss, Red Hat has released its first application  stack with integrated JBoss technology for high-end LAMP and Java servers. It also announced that JBoss middleware subscriptions are available to its global partners.

The application stack is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and includes JBoss Application Server, JBoss Hibernate, PostgreSql and MySQL. Ita also includes an Apache web  server, PHP and Perl. The Linux company is planning on releasing future versions aimed at vertical market segments, such as healthcare and telecommunications.

The three one-year subscription flavours of the stack cost $1 999 for the low-end, $5 499 for the mid-range and $8 499 for all the bells-and-whistles, plus one-hour 24x7 response times.

All JBoss middleware solutions are now available through Red Hat's global channel, which includes local Linux house Obsidian amongst its number.

Red Hat's press suggests that the combination of JBoss and Red Hat is a strong offering for companies looking to move towards service-oriented architectures (SOA). The inclusion of the middleware on its application server  certainly puts Red Hat up against the SOA leader, IBM, competing directly with WebSphere. It will challenge Red Hat's partners to implement its new software stack in a service-oriented manner, with Red Hat's success at this high end of the market dependent on how well they engage the customers' needs for SOA.

 




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