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From "Sundar Sankar" <fatboys...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: iBATIS with Tomcat vs JBoss
Date Wed, 12 Nov 2008 23:05:53 GMT
2k parallel users.. Hmm, I dont see a need for you to think beyond tomcat.
But I would still vouch for jboss, cos it can get you support if you wanted.
I am hearing a lot of organizations talk about it these days and if you are
in one them or could be impacted by that clause later. yeah. Or else it
really doesnt matter.

As with regards to EJB. I am not sure on what open EJB is. But if you Have
to and only if you have to, use ejb3 with seam. I just dont see a use of you
thinking beyond Spring and Ibatis for ANY project.

-Sundar

On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 3:49 PM, Kai Grabfelder <nospam@kinokai.de> wrote:

> 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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