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Performance Bench Marking Reports on J2EE Servers/Servlet Engines

Hi All,

I need to analyse various J2EE servers and servlet engines and need to prepare a report.

Could you please provide the links where performance comparision has been done. So that I get some initial idea on these Servers

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Sudhakar
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aozarovCommented:
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aozarovCommented:
ECPerf results for some of the application servers -> http://ecperf.theserverside.com/ecperf/index.jsp
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sudhakar_koundinyaAuthor Commented:
Ok thanks,
Can I have individual technical details of various servers and servlet engines??

Thanks
Sudhakar
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bloodredsunCommented:
>>Can I have individual technical details of various servers and servlet engines??

Here's the serverside matrix of servers updated until 27/04/2005
http://www.theserverside.com/reviews/matrix.tss

Here's another less detailed one with more servers
http://www.javaskyline.com/serv.html
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sudhakar_koundinyaAuthor Commented:
Are are there any articles where Thay have performed bench-marking tests based on concurrent users, JVM behaviour??

Thanks
Sudhakar
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sudhakar_koundinyaAuthor Commented:
I am concentrating mainly on  behaviour of application servers on these points

1. Static Page hitting
2. Dynamic Page Hitting
3. Concurrent users management
4. JVM behaviour


Just reading Jakarta Tomcat Peformance bench marking article at
http://www.theserverside.com/reviews/thread.tss?thread_id=18243&article_count=16#109035
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sudhakar_koundinyaAuthor Commented:
BTW,

Just curious to know abt Java based hosting sites.
Which application server/servlet engine generally most of hosting sites use??
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sudhakar_koundinyaAuthor Commented:
I jsut found a very interesting discussion at

http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?t=104455383100002&r=1&w=2
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bloodredsunCommented:
If you're going to use tomcat, then you have to use Apache for your static files, html css and images, and connect it to tomcat via mod_jk. It's very simple but makes a huge performance difference. It's only a personal opinion but I've not found tomcat to be slow at all. It may not be the fastest but it's easily good enough. THe only issues are when you are trying to use clusters.

Another option for JSP and servlets is Resin from Caucho http://www.caucho.com/. It's very fast (although I've only used it once).

I think that most hosting sites tend to use Tomcat, mostly to do with licensing concerns and the relative low cost of hardware, i.e. Tomcat may be 20% slower than Resin for example but it's a lot more than 20% cheaper to host 50 sites on.

I think that your server choice will depend on both the business decisions and , of course, the detailed technical requirements, inlcuding the likely expansion or the architecture..
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