Unbeatable Web Server Performance SPECweb (Modeled after Dell.com) E-commerce workload Fantastic Speed with Superior Security Web Stack simplifies support for small and large deployments Page load times (seconds)
Performs at least 2x v.s. Apache + Tomcat on a modest configuration
Scalable connection handling, multi-threaded server architecture with integrated servlet container.
Fantastic speed with superior scalability and manageability
The Most Eco-friendly web server SPECweb2005 benchmark - Simultaneous User Sessions System Metric Bank Support E-comm Way/Ghz #core HP DL585 G2 22254 38400 20704 30720 4/3 Opteron 8 SunFire T5220 41847 70000 40000 58000 1/1.4 Sun T2 8 HP DL580 G5 43854 76032 39456 62304 4/2.31 Xeon 16 + Sun Web Server 7.0u3
Staggering performance: 400,000+ simultaneous HTTP connections, 131,000 banking ops/sec (i.e. 1GB access log/minute) and 1.4 terabytes of data over secure HTTP interface!
One of the Internet’s largest dynamic JSP content providers with hundreds of thousands of JSP files active on any given day. 15 live games daily; One billion minutes of streaming media over 2,430 full length games to over one billion visitors w/ record breaking 90million views a day!.
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Hosted on SunFire T2000 servers, Web Server 7.0 and MySQL
GlassFish Portfolio Production GlassFish Portfolio
Introducing Sun GlassFish Portfolio The Open Platform for Building Dynamic Web Applications Enterprise Server Web Space Server Web Stack Portal for web site development and collaborative work spaces Application Server with Enterprise-scale management and monitoring, including support for SNMP A full SOA web platform -A complete LAMP Stack along with lighttpd and Squid.proxy -Sun Web Server – world's fastest and the most scalable Web Stack and Web Server GlassFish ESB
14,000,000+ Downloads Worldwide Dozens of external Committers Over 7,000 Members
GlassFish vs Tomcat While GlassFish is a collection of Java EE containers, one of which is a Web container, Tomcat is just a Web container. This crucial difference leads to some major advantages for GlassFish. Workload: simple servlet,with 16,000 users. Source: http://www.sun.com/emrkt/innercircle/newsletter/0209/feature-itm.html