Is the GlassFish competition feeling pressure?
By alexismp on sept. 27, 2007
Bill Roth's argument about Sun using JDK 6 is just funny. Apparently, we should be penalized by proactively supporting new releases of the JDK. It's hardly a deficiency on the GlassFish side if you ask me.
The GlassFish vs. SJS Application Server argument is just as weak. First of all, as Scott Oaks explains it, SPEC submissions can only be done on commercial products. Second, GlassFish V2 and SJS Application Server 9.1 are technically one and the same thing. No performance difference to expect whatsoever.
So Bill, when will Weblogic support Java 6 (released almost a year ago)?
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Oh, and marcf is also trying to dismiss GlassFish. Interesting how a fish can make people nervous.