Application Server Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Gurvijay Bhatti says in an IBM WebSphere Application Server review
Senior Solutions Architect at Department of Justice
Stability, high availability, alert management, and deployments are the most valuable features for us. View full review »
FileNet Technical Architect at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
The Admin Console is most valuable to us since we have to use it to configure the application server for using it as middleware for our IBM FileNet, IBM Content Navigator and IBM Case Manager software stack. Without the Admin Console it would be very hard to configure JVM settings, JDBC datasources, mail session settings, and security providers. View full review »
Budhi-Soeprijanto says in an IIS review
Geospatial Services Systems Administrator at EDIC Bayanat
The graphical user interface makes it easy for users to configure the sites. View full review »
DavidKurdgelaidze says in an IIS review
Head of Department of Infrastructure Development at SDA
The solution is easy to use, easy to maintain and isn't too technical. View full review »
Director of Operations at ufi
The most valuable feature of this solution is Portal Virtualization. View full review »
Devopsavm67 says in an IIS review
DevOps at a comms service provider with 11-50 employees
The solution is the easiest way to publish applications which have been designed by older development tools. View full review »
Huseyin Igde says in an Oracle Fusion Middleware review
Expert Security Access Services Administrator at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
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. For most users, Oracle Identity Management is not user-friendly so we use another tool for the user interface. We don't use Oracle's main interface for work logs & requests. View full review »
Director at Softica bvba
It's a product we know but they use modern tools and give us the ability to connect with the world outside Magic. For us, it's more internet applications, not so much the mobile thing. We also like the web service and the ability to communicate with other systems. In the old fashioned version we had to work with text files and so on, and now we can use the XML. It has the ability to create XML in an easier way. View full review »
Chinsheng Chen says in a Tomcat review
Director at a program development consultancy with 501-1,000 employees
* Easy to deploy. * Developers can pack their application-needed library in a web application archive to deploy to Tomcat. View full review »
Sergio Perales says in an Oracle WebLogic Server review
Arquitecto Java at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
The possibility of having several servers running, so we do not lose the service. View full review »
Owner at a legal firm with 1-10 employees
* Speed of development and database connectivity (MS SQL, Oracle, DB2, Btrieve/Pervasive PSQL, ODBC, MySql, and SQLite). * The ability to use the same development environment for both Windows and Android applications. Magic xpa also supports iOS applications. View full review »
Roberto Cervantes says in a Magic xpa Application Platform review
Senior Programmer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Three major features keep me working with Magic: * Magic’s unique approach to development ensures that the programmer stays focused on the objective of the program (i.e. display all customers in California), instead of the repetitive tasks that surround it (i.e. connect to database, open customers table, create the query to retrieve records within the specified criteria, fetch the result of the query, connect it to a data grid, etc.). * Magic’s Database Gateway allows the logic of the program to be isolated from the underlying database. This provides the flexibility not only to move existing programs to different database environments without the need to change the logic in the program but also allows the programmer access to different databases without the need to know how to "talk" to them. * Without the need to compile code, the time spent in the development cycle is greatly reduced, allowing the programmer to test modifications to a program immediately after they have been saved. View full review »
Abdel Moneim Emad says in an IBM WebSphere Application Server review
Enterprise Solutions Architect at Intercom Enterprises
* Stability: Once you deploy your application, it will be very stable with no issues at all. * Ease of administration: It has an Integrated Solutions Console, what we call the administrative console, with very detailed configurations and Help pages for each configurable item. * Up to date: Once a security vulnerability has been discovered, IBM patches it quickly, and later includes it in a bigger fix or update. * Security: It is compatible with the latest Java 8 security features, supports FIPS 140-2 and NIST SP 800-53 with strong ciphers and cryptography keys, and supports TLS 1.2 completely. Also, configuring client and server certificates is relatively easy. View full review »
Gh0ce says in an IIS review
Systems Analyst/DBA at a comms service provider with 501-1,000 employees
It is a lightweight web host that is easy to configure for simple webpages. View full review »
OracleFuc4e2 says in an Oracle Fusion Middleware review
Oracle Fusion HCM Senior Consultant
Data integrity. View full review »
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