With the pro license, you get better performance from both resin and
On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 12:52 PM, Rob Lockstone <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> We have a 100 Server Pro license and are very happy with it.
> Back in the day, there was no "Pro" version (as I recall). But as
> Resin has matured, having the Pro version has become more important if
> you're going to be using Resin in a production environment, or even if
> you just want to become familiar with the capabilities/features of the
> Pro version for future use.
> I agree, if you can afford to license Pro, it's definitely good to
> support further development. As you can tell, Resin is, and has been
> for years, frequently updated with bug fixes and new features, so you
> wouldn't be investing in a product that languishes for months or years
> with no new releases.
> On Sep 4, 2008, at 08:29, Heimo Laukkanen wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have to say that I'm extremely impressed with my tests with resin
> > and quercus - and have started to wonder, whether licencing the pro
> > version would actually be worth it - if nothing else, then just to
> > support the development :-D
> > What is the general feeling among people using Resin: do you use pro
> > version or manage with open source versions? Have you been happy with
> > the nromal support , or have you invested in priority support?
> > I've previosly been using mostly Sun Glassfish, but Resin has some
> > neat features and small footprint to be very interesting tool to be
> > used. My main interest though for Resin is Quercus - the ability to
> > use php-frontend with existing skillsets from contractors, and build
> > robust Java-backend. And eventhough Quercus can be used in other
> > appservers too, the fact that it would be supported and tested on
> > resin weights a lot.
> > -huima
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