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Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Websphere/Java technology compared with .net technology

[Via Scobleizer]This endeavor is a massive study that compares IBM WebSphere / J2EE against Microsoft .NET on a number of dimensions: developer productivity, manageability, reliability and application performance.The Middleware Company assembled two independent teams, one for J2EE using IBM WebSphere, the other for Microsoft .NET. Each team received the same specification for a loosely-coupled system to be developed, deployed, tuned and tested in a controlled laboratory setting. The WebSphere team developed two different implementations of the specification, one using IBM's model-driven tool Rational Rapid Developer (RRD), the other with IBM's code-centric tool WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD). The .NET team developed its single implementation using Visual Studio.NET as the primary development tool. The report details out
The approach, methodology and terms of the study
The physical architecture of the system developed by the two teams
The tools each team used to develop and tune their implementations
The developer productivity results and the experiences of the two teams in developing their implementations
The configuration/tuning productivity results and the experiences of the two teams in configuring and tuning their implementations for testing
The performance, manageability and reliability tests performed and their results
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