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I carry two Java EE 5 application servers with me on a USB ...

Comment by ttmrichter
about Apache Geronimo · Jun 2011 ·

I carry two Java EE 5 application servers with me on a USB stick. One of them is Geronimo, the other is JOnAS. Both are easily rendered as "portable" apps (JOnAS being a bit harder to set up safely). Both are well-documented. Both are remarkably stable. JOnAS looks nicer and has better facilities for virtual hosts. Geronimo is easier to install and has wider support.

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