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From Kai Grabfelder <nos...@kinokai.de>
Subject Re: iBATIS with Tomcat vs JBoss
Date Wed, 12 Nov 2008 22:49:36 GMT
you should consider opening a bottle of beer as it is just much less painful to develop simple
(spring
powered) web applications with a jetty and a tomcat instead of struggling with EJBs and application
servers.
Trust me ;-)

I think your development efficiency will increase as you'll probably have faster deployment/development
cycles
  without all the ejb overhead. In terms of runtime / production performance I don't think
that a pure tomcat
setup is that much faster - but it will consume a lot less of resources - thats for sure.

Regards

Kai

--- Original Nachricht ---
Absender: Rick
Datum: 04.11.2008 00:06
> After wrestling with JPA/Hibernate for a bit I'm not seeing all the
> gain and there are ton of 'gotchas' you have to look out for, so I'm
> thinking of skipping even using JBoss since I really don't have to use
> EJBs if I'm using iBATIS, and instead just going to my old faithful
> Tomcat/iBATIS setup. (The app will be 95% read only. Feeds meta data
> to the front end gui for display prompts available to the user.) (By
> the way yes I know you can use OpenEJB inside of Tomcat, but it just
> seemed easier using a JBoss setup since I'm already familiar with it.)
> 
> The app will mostly get hit by about 2K users all at the same time
> when they login to try to get a list of reports available to them at
> 3PM.
> 
> Are there some major performance gains I'll get using JBoss over
> Tomcat? Tomcat over JBoss?
> 
> Are there any other issues I should consider before I make the switch?
> 
> Thanks
> 


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