By alexismp on Jan 19, 2011
Drupal creator and leader Dries Buytaert announced last month that Mollom was betting the farm on GlassFish (well, its backend at least). Mollom is a popular web service which helps websites keep spam and other unwanted content such as website spam and profanity off of their web site. I know of a few sites myself that could use some help...
Dries and lodgON's Johan Vos, the architect being the move to GlassFish, were nice enough to share more details on the motivations, challenges and results in this adoption story as well as in this new episode of the GlassFish Podcast (#72). Update: Johan now has a post up on his experience moving to Java EE 6 and GlassFish 3.0.1.
This Java EE 6 application has been running in production for several months now and shows impressive results.
Update : you can now read even more about the specifics of this architecture in this article published on HighScalability.com.
Update 2: mollom.com now has a blog post with the background for this project, the GlassFish choice and some forward-looking statements.