By alexismp on Apr 02, 2009
ADP is a world leading HR, payroll, tax and benefits administration company and when a few years back they decided it was time to port their exiting business-critical applications from a client/server architecture to the web, they turned to J2EE and GlassFish for the development phase.
Only after putting GlassFish to the benchmarking stress test did they decide that it was capable of production. The various applications (payroll, time management, etc.) have been running in production for about 18 months and stability is what has keeps ADP happy. Check out the full questionnaire for more details on this production story.
GlassFish only serves a small subset of the ADP's 570,000 customer companies for the moment, but let's hope this grows significantly.