6 Facts About GlassFish Announcement

To help clarify the message about the recent roadmap for GlassFish, I decided to put together 6 facts about the announcement, future of GlassFish, and the Java EE platform as a whole: 

"Since Oracle announced the end of commercial support for future Oracle GlassFish Server versions, the Java EE world has started wondering what will happen to GlassFish Server Open Source Edition. Unfortunately, there's a lot of misleading information going around. So let me clarify some things with facts, not FUD."

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Glassfish was expected to stay in the background with Oracle already having a better product (Weblogic). No serious company likes to be unsupported professional manufacturer of a product.

Posted by guest on November 09, 2013 at 06:02 PM PST #

Without commercial support, companies do not trust. When there is a case of using application server is because it is a very important case. GlassFish is for development. Come to Oracle WebLogic or Red Hat JBoss.

Posted by guest on November 10, 2013 at 05:49 AM PST #

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