1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 30, 2010 3:43 AM by Jean-Frederic Clere

    Thinking about Jboss Web Server to use in our organization

    Deepak Dewangan Newbie

      Guys,

      Here is the scenario:

      Our webapps are simple webapps using springframework, hibernate google gwts, datasource etc. No ejbs at all. Not looking for any http session replication etc but we use ehCache for distributed caching

      Now, I am in pursuit of super lightweight high performant Java application server which would fit the bill above.

      Would like to use Jboss WebServer for above reason:

      1) Can It support mod-cluster ? I am really looking forward to using mod-cluster.

      2) It looks like i'd need to front these with apache/httpd since I want to use mod-jk/mod-cluster, any issue with this?

      3)How well does this Java webserver perform ?

      4)Does it scale good in Linux platforms ?

       

      Thanks

       

      D

        • 1. Re: Thinking about Jboss Web Server to use in our organization
          Jean-Frederic Clere Master
          1) Can It support mod-cluster ? I am really looking forward to using mod-cluster.

          Yep.  Mod_cluster httpd part works with Tomcat, JBoss Web, AS and with/without clustering the JAVA part.

          2) It looks like i'd need to front these with apache/httpd since I want to use mod-jk/mod-cluster, any issue with this?

          Should be no problem.

           

           

          3)How well does this Java webserver perform ?

          4)Does it scale good in Linux platforms ?

          You have no problems with that we have jbossnative to speed up IO and java scales well on Linux additionally when using httpd as front-end you could build different clusters for your applications.