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From Wilbert Ribeiro <wkely...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: reason to use the geronimo
Date Sat, 31 May 2008 23:34:37 GMT



Kevan Miller wrote:
> 
> 
> On May 31, 2008, at 1:03 PM, Wilbert Ribeiro wrote:
> 
>> Hello, I am testing the geronimo in environments of tests, but  
>> wanted to think of people more specialised on the subject. In  
>> general what the advantages of geronimo in relation to other free  
>> solutions.
> 
> Hi Wilbert,
> Here are a few reasons:
> 
> * flexible server -- geronimo is a component based server (has been  
> from the beginning). We provide a JEE5 compliant and Web Tier (JSP/ 
> Servlet) server images. However, you can easily build server images  
> which are customized to your application requirements. For example, if  
> your application(s) don't use JMS, the server images won't contain  
> them. Alternatively, you can choose the functions that you'd like to  
> include (e.g. JSP/Servlet, JMS, deploy, and admin console).
> 
> * maven -- maven integration for building server images (see above),  
> controlling servers, and deploying applications
> 
> * plugins -- geronimo plugins provide an easy mechanism for installing  
> server function or user applications into a geronimo server
> 
> * admin console -- easy to use interface for modifying a server's  
> configuration and settings survive server restart.
> 
> * jee 5 certified
> 
> * apache -- apache community, license, etc
> 
> --kevan
> 
> 
> 

Hi kevan, thanks for you response, but you know say if the performance,
memory consumption, pool management, security and response time of the
geronimo is compared to its competitors?

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