WAS vs. WebLogic, JBoss and Tomcat: An IBM Perspective

Last week in Las Vegas at the IBM IMPACT 2012 conference Stuart Smith and I delivered a session titled “WAS vs. WebLogic, JBoss  and Tomcat: An IBM Perspective“. In this 75 min session we discussed key factors to consider when making a decision on which application server to use, such as cost of licenses and support, performance, availability and usability lab tests, administrative and development tools, and real world customer experiences. We discussed factors that contribute to TCO such as development and operating costs, and application performance and reliability. We discussed how new capabilities of WAS v8.5 enhance its competitive position.

If you are interested in this presentation, please send me email to whywebsphere@gmail.com and I will send you the PDF or PPT file (the session was not recorded). Please clearly state your name, employer and the reason you are interested in the presentation.

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