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3rd
out of 20 in Application Server
Views
5,619
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4,882
Reviews
6
Average Words per Review
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Rating
7.2
12th
out of 20 in Application Server
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327
Comparisons
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WebLogic Application Server
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Overview

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c, the world’s first cloud-native, enterprise Java platform enables you to fully realize the benefits of cloud computing. Unique multitenancy capability drives massive consolidation. Lightweight microcontainer architecture drives application isolation and 100 percent portability between your private and public cloud. Multi data center high availability architecture protects against application disruption. Developer innovations with full Java EE 7 and Java SE8 support maximize DevOps productivity. Additionally, you continue to have access to the same platform on premises and in the cloud, via Oracle Java Cloud Service, which is based on Oracle WebLogic Server.

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For dynamic web page delivery, JEUS is a complete and compliant Java EE 6 web application server (WAS), and interacts with other third party WAS deployments. JEUS also supports load balancing and caching, utilizing a domain style environment. Its multiplexed I/O provides faster throughput. From a serviceability point of view JEUS can automatically restart failed nodes, and offering a rolling patch update features so that nodes need not be brought down to patch.
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Colab Consulting Pty. Ltd., Infosys Ltd., Sascar, Banca Transilvania, UL, Center for Railway Information Systems, SPAR Austria Group, Reliance Commercial Finance, Industrial Bank of Korea, Al Jaber Group, Safe Water Kenya, Chhattisgarh Infotech and Biotech Promotion Society
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Computer Software Company41%
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Government6%
Financial Services Firm6%
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Oracle WebLogic Server is ranked 3rd in Application Server with 6 reviews while TmaxSoft JEUS is ranked 12th in Application Server. Oracle WebLogic Server is rated 7.2, while TmaxSoft JEUS is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Oracle WebLogic Server writes "Flexibility and versatility make this product valuable while quarterly updates may impact stability". On the other hand, Oracle WebLogic Server is most compared with Oracle Application Server, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Tomcat, JBoss and Caucho Resin, whereas TmaxSoft JEUS is most compared with Tomcat, JBoss and IBM WebSphere Application Server.

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