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June 26, 2009 in Brazil picked GlassFish – Find out why!

Filed under: general — arungupta @ 8:00 am

Vinicius Senger, founder of Globalcode – a Java training/consulting company in Brazil, is running on GlassFish.

He is a Java EE architect, consultant, trainer, and do Java EE related research as well. He is a JSF 2 Expert Group member, find NetBeans and GlassFish integration amazing and feels its getting better all the time. He runs on GlassFish. The reasons to pick GlassFish:

  • Much easier to install
  • Easy to manage (data sources, EJBs, redeployments) using web-based administration console
  • Don’t use clustering today but know it’s another good feature

He is seeing lot of Brazilian companies and developers moving to GlassFish because it’s

  • Faster
  • More modular
  • Faster redeployment
  • Better integration with NetBeans/Eclipse

Hear the short interview recorded at FISL earlier this week:

A formal production story will be published soon as well. Thanks Vinicius for the interview!

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  1. Hi,
    the correct URL is

    Comment by aveotero — June 26, 2009 @ 1:29 pm

  2. Thanks for the exact pointer!

    Comment by Arun Gupta — June 27, 2009 @ 5:59 am

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    Comment by Arun Gupta's Blog — June 30, 2009 @ 10:56 am

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