Optimizing J2EE and Microsoft .NET Decisions: Choose One or Use Both? (R)
Users and developers of IT are faced with making an architecture choice between J2EE and Microsoft .NET for new applications. While both offer the benefits of a modern architecture, each has strengths that make it a better choice for a given application or business process automation. This paper explores these differences and offers a roadmap for these platform decisions.
Keywords: J2EE, .NET, BEA, IBM, HP, Sun, Microsoft, J2SE, J2ME, Java, servers, servlet, JSP, experiences, rich client, platform, C#, CLR, Common Language Runtime, Visual Studio, Studio, WebLogic, WebSphere, Oracle, Sun ONE, JBoss, Apache, open-source, PLM, IT