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From "J. Eric Smith" <esm...@digitalforge.com>
Subject RE: mod_webapp/Tomcat4 ready for production level stuff?
Date Wed, 28 Nov 2001 15:21:00 GMT
Resin is looking like a good candidate for now because the project
qualifies as a "free" project under the licensing terms.  It's for a
non-profit entity and is intended to be largely an open source
technology demonstrator.  If you're doing a large B2B app you wouldn't
get it for free, but Resin costs (I think) $2500 per license so it's
much cheaper than Weblogic.

We've had relatively good luck with Websphere and IBM's pricing (if you
get their DB2 bundle) is very good.  We didn't particularly like DB2,
however, as we generally have used Oracle.  No probs with DB2, just
different.

 
J. Eric Smith
esmith@digitalforge.com <mailto:esmith@digitalforge.com> 
 


-----Original Message-----
From: Carl Boudreau [mailto:carl.boudreau@notiva.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001 9:47 AM
To: 'Tomcat Users List'
Subject: RE: mod_webapp/Tomcat4 ready for production level stuff?


Hello,
	I'm involved in developing a large B2B web application.  I'd
like to know what you end up doing, Web logic's price seems to be way to
high to ask a customer to purchase it.  We are looking at open source
too.

Carl


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