Compare Caucho Resin vs. JBoss

Caucho Resin is ranked 10th in Application Server while JBoss is ranked 6th in Application Server. Caucho Resin is rated 0, while JBoss is rated 0. On the other hand, Caucho Resin is most compared with Tomcat, JBoss and Oracle GlassFish, whereas JBoss is most compared with Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle GlassFish and IBM WebSphere Application Server.
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Ranking
10th
out of 22 in Application Server
Views
796
Comparisons
744
Reviews
0
Average Words per Review
0
Avg. Rating
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6th
out of 22 in Application Server
Views
6,802
Comparisons
6,489
Reviews
0
Average Words per Review
0
Avg. Rating
N/A
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Overview
Resin is the Java Application Server for high traffic sites that require speed and scalability. It is one of the earliest Java Application Servers, and has stood the test of time due to engineering prowess.Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP), a market-leading, fully certified Java EE platform, gives you a single platform to quickly develop and deploy applications. Use traditional Red Hat JBoss EAP to gain business agility with your existing applications and reduce the costs of proprietary platforms.
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Sample Customers
RealMetrics, SugarCRM, Salesforce.com, GoHealth Insurance, PowerSteering, Wazap!, Vision Service Plan, MocoSpace, VantageTata Sky, Nissan, Swedish Board of Agriculture, Novamedia, American Product Distributors, Advanced Micro Devices, Emirates Group, E*TRADE
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