IIS has a very simple and user-friendly interface, which helps a lot in effective and efficient management.
The interface, simplicity, and ease of management are all good features that make this user-friendly.
It does integrate well with the Tivoli Federated Identity Management system.
The scalability of the product is quite good.
It is quite robust in comparison to other application servers.
It has good integration with security features, including OWASP.
The most valuable feature is the UI.
It is a Java-based product, so it is pretty straightforward. It is pretty easy from a developer's perspective. It is also pretty reliable and scalable.
We chose to use Tomcat because it's perfect compared to other containers that we have tested.
Tomcat is user-friendly and easy to set up, especially compared to WebLogic or JBoss where some specialty is required. If you are going for Tomcat, you can use their guidelines and can set it up easily.
It is really good in terms of features, and it is stable.
The most valuable feature is the structure of the product. We use Oracle Fusion Middleware to manage the Oracle database. Registered users can go to each product if sign-on credentials match each user's identical framework.
The speed of development is the quickest for any tool on the market.
Magic is rapid, it's a tool which we use to develop, change and maintain our programs. xpa has a lot more features onboard and it gives us the opportunity to do such things so that we can easily adapt and maintain our programs. It gives certain benefits to stay with our customers and the market.
The products offers EE support.
What is Application Server?
After polling IT Central Station users on some of the more essential aspects of an application server, we were able to narrow down the list to these main features: Application servers must be scalable and completely stable in order to get the job done, and should adequately fit the non-functional quality attribute requirements of the receiving system. IT Central Station users recommend that one should see how lightweight a server is before purchasing to ensure that it has sufficient load elasticity to support the various instances being launched.