Saving 300,000 kronor a Year with GlassFish

Computer Sweden has a couple of nice article on OpenSource, GlassFish and MySQL.

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The first CS Article covers the trend in IT software spending, specifically in the AppServer market, using GlassFish as an example of both Open Source momentum and Sun's success in that market.

The article has an interview with the chief architect of Net Entertainment's (Overview, Customers) about their selection of GF v2 where he describes how they are "Saving 300,000 kronor a year with GF" and how they selected Sun rather than IBM, BEA, or JBoss.

The second article covers the GlassFish/MySQL bundle released late March which is here dubbed as relevant for people interested in Ajax or Comet (or both).

Note - Some of our colleagues from Sweden helped with the translation and we also used Stars21. If you have a better english translation, please add a pointer to it in the comments to this entry.


Well, my humbleness prevents me from taking on the title of CTO, as my boss would probably object, being the proper CTO of NetEntertaiment. Anyways it was a pretty decent article though some of the price comparisons between competing products were nonsensical.

Posted by Jesper Söderlund on April 06, 2008 at 04:38 PM PDT #

darn auto-translators! ;)
what can I change it to?

Posted by Alexis MP on April 06, 2008 at 04:44 PM PDT #

My role is as chief architect

Posted by Jesper Söderlund on April 06, 2008 at 05:22 PM PDT #

Sounds good too ;)
Will change this now.

Posted by Alexis MP on April 06, 2008 at 05:29 PM PDT #

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