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Open source equivelant of J2EE or .NET?

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Are there any open source equivalents or competitors to J2EE or the .NET framework?

Is PHP up to the job for enterprise level web applications?


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PHP would be your best bet, being open source.  I don't have much experience, but it should be up to task just fine for enterprise applications as far as I know.  You can run on Apache and Unix as well, certainly the low cost solution!
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for J2EE, there is jboss  : http://www.jboss.org/index.html
for .NET, there is mono http://www.go-mono.com/
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