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From Romain Manni-Bucau <>
Subject Re: Difference between Tomee and JBoss
Date Tue, 03 Jul 2012 20:48:38 GMT
That's pretty much this, the idea of TomEE is to build a JEE container on
the well known Tomcat.

The idea of JBoss is to make money on JEE.

- Romain

2012/7/3 exabrial <>

> The explanation isn't overly complicated :)
> First, TomEE is a separate codebase from JBoss. They DO however attempt to
> accomplish the same goals, which is provide a JEE compliant container.
> Don't confuse Tomcat with TomEE. Tomcat is merely a servlet container (a
> very small portion of the JEE spec), whereas TomEE is a full JEE container.
> Why would you choose one over the other? That is a very difficult question
> to answer.
> If are risk adverse, and you want your vendor (RedHat) to support you and
> help you solve problems, use JBoss.
> If you are concerned about performance and footprint, but can accept that
> you'll have to solve problems yourself, go TomEE. (TomEE seems to be _much_
> faster than JBoss)
> I hope this helps!
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