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The Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition (J2EE) is a platform-independent, Java-centric environment for designing, building and deploying enterprise applications. The J2EE platform consists of a set of services, APIs, and protocols that provide the functionality for developing multitiered, Web-based applications.
| App Server Directory at TechMetrix - Overview of the leading commercial and open source app servers Java Enterprise Servers and Servlet Engines - commercial and open source Java server products that provide Enterprise JavaBeans, Servlet, and JSP capabilities TheServerSide.com's application servers reviews - Reviews of the major commercial and open source app servers This table lists Java enterprise and EJB-based applications. - This table lists Java enterprise and EJB-based applications for CRM, ERP, content management, ... Application Server Matrix (TheServerSide.com) - a detailed listing of J2EE vendors and their application server products, with information on latest version numbers, J2EE spec support and licensing, pricing, platform support, and links to product downloads and reviews. HTML version at http://www.theserverside.com/reviews/matrix.jsp. |
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| The State of the Art in Server-Side Java and J2EE (85-page PDF) - Mats Henricson has written an 85-page PDF summarizing many current and upcoming technologies for server side Java programming. Covered areas include Annotations, Dependency Injection, Hibernate, EJB 3.0 Entity and Session beans, AOP, Mustang and Dolphin features, Web Service metadata, scripting languages and testing tools. Enterprise Java Research Library - The latest white papers, case studies, webcasts and product information to help you expand your knowledge of Java and other relevant technologies. Most of these papers are written by vendors. Research Study: JBoss is the leader in J2EE application server usage - JBoss is the leader in J2EE application server usage according to BZ Research. Not only is JBoss the standard in open source Middleware; the industry has now made JBoss the overall leader in Middleware — ahead of IBM, BEA, Oracle and others. Meta Group Research Report: J2EE Application Servers - In terms of IT spending, J2EE application servers will remain core investments. Defining corporate application server development and deployment standards will help organizations better manage enterprisewide application delivery to increase corporate agility and lower overall application life-cycle costs by enabling server consolidation. The Meta Group report is not free, but the comments at TheServerSide.com are ... Getting on the open road: J2EE fundamentals for .NET developers - This is the first in a trio of articles designed to assist developers of .NET, Windows client/server, and ASP applications make the leap to the Java platform. |
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