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When Java EE Is Overkill: Lightweight Application Server Benefits - Webcast

Webinar Published By: VMware
VMware
Published:  Aug 23, 2011
Type:  Webinar

The complexity, cost and technological bloat of traditional Java EE application servers are often barriers to running a lean and efficient IT organization. Increased need for scalability and rapid application delivery are driving businesses to reconsider the platform they use for application deployment. By combining the portability and agility of the Spring framework with a lightweight application server, your organization can meet business demands while staying within budget constraints.

VMware vFabric Server is a modern, lightweight Java application server based on Apache Tomcat. It improves developer productivity, control and manageability-and is the most flexible platform for virtualizing Java applications and workloads for the cloud.

View this webcast to learn about:
- Real-world examples of companies that have adopted VMware vFabric Server
- The decision process for moving to VMware vFabric Server
- Realized benefits of using Spring and VMware vFabric Server
- When it is appropriate to stay on a JEE platform
- Planning for future cloud deployments



Tags : 
application server, data management, application monitoring and management, web server load balancing, enterprise messaging, vmware virtualization, server virtualization, desktop virtualization, public cloud, private cloud, virtual machine, vmware, vm ware cloud app performance, cloud performance, cloud computing, application performance management, solid-state drives, data center design and management