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Comparison between JBOSS and Websphere for SAS EBI

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We currently have SAS EBI implemented on JBOSS.The environment has 400 users.Now we are going to give access to 10000 users .I am not sure whether  JBOSS is scalable to handle around 10,000 users.I need a comparison between JBOSS and Websphere as far as scalability and Performance are concerned
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There is not other documentation on JBOSS
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