On May 19, 2008, at 4:59 PM, Rob Lockstone wrote:
> Ok, so at $500/server, that's $170,000,000. Scott, can I borrow some
> money? ;)
Ha ha. Wouldn't that be nice. Shame about the virtual hosts and open
source version :)
> I assume Tomcat falls under Apache, but what about WebSphere and
Tomcat is Apache Coyote.
I think WebSphere is IBM_HTTP_Server
I don't know what happened to WebLogic. It used to be around Oracle's
numbers (15,000 or so), but it looks like it just dropped off the
bottom in Oct or Nov.
> Also, does that 340K include Resins that are installed behind Apache
> or IIS? Or are these standalone Resin's only?
These are standalone only. Plus, many sites change the server-name to
"Unknown" or "Other" or "NOYB", and it doesn't count internal web
sites. So the Netcraft numbers aren't anything close to exact, but
it's still a nice popularity measure.
> On May 19, 2008, at 08:25, Scott Ferguson wrote:
>> This is a very cool result. In the May Netcraft, Resin is now the
>> most popular deployed Java Server, passing Sun One. There are now
>> 340,000 domains running Resin.
>> -- Scott
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