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List of application servers

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This list compares the features and functionality of application servers, grouped by the hosting environment that is offered by that particular application server.

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BASICEdit

  • Run BASIC - An all-in-one BASIC scriptable application server, can automatically manage session and state

CEdit

  • Lwan[1] - Small-footprint, highly-scalable web server.
  • RomPager AE[2] - Engineered for IoT and Embedded Systems, Highly-scalable embedded web-server.

C++Edit

  • Tuxedo - Based on the ATMI standard, is one of the original application servers.
  • Tntnet - Includes a template engine which allows embedding C++ code in HTML pages. Templates are compiled before run-time, and thus very fast. Multi-threaded, supports object lifetime via scoped variables.
  • CPPSERV - C++ servlet container.
  • Wt - A web toolkit similar to Qt permitting GUI-application-like web development with built-in Ajax abilities.
  • POCO C++ Libraries - A set of open source class libraries including Poco.Net.HTTPServer.html
  • CppCMS
  • uWSGI[3]
  • Enduro/X - A middleware platform for distributed transaction processing, based on XATMI and XA standards, open source

GoEdit

  • Enduro/X ASG - Application server for Go. This provides XATMI and XA facilities for Golang. Go application can be built by normal Go executable files which in turn provides stateless services, which can be load balanced, clustered and reloaded on they fly with out service interruption by means of administrative work only. Framework provides distributed transaction processing facility for Go.

HaskellEdit

JavaEdit

Product Vendor Edition Last release Java EE
compatibility [4]
Servlet JSP HTTP/2 License
ColdFusion Adobe Systems 2016.0.1 2016-05-01 7 partial platform 3.1 2.3 No Proprietary, commercial
Enhydra Lutris 5.1.9 2005-03-23 No No Free, GPL
Enterprise Server Borland 6.7 2007-01 1.4 2.4 2.0 No Proprietary, commercial
Geronimo ASF 3.0.1 2013-05-28 6 full platform 3.0 2.2 No Free, Apache
GlassFish GlassFish Community 5.0.0 2017-09-21 7 full platform 3.1 2.3 No Free, CDDL, GPL + classpath exception
iPlanet Web Server Oracle Corporation 7.0.21 2015-04 Yes[5] 2.5 2.1 No Proprietary, commercial
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform Red Hat 7.0.0 2016-05 7 full platform 3.1 2.3 Yes Free, LGPL
Jetty Eclipse Foundation 9.3.3 2015-08-27 7 partial platform[6] 3.1 2.3 Yes Free, Apache 2.0, EPL
JEUS TmaxSoft 8 2013-08 7 full platform 3.0 2.2 No Proprietary, commercial
JOnAS OW2 Consortium

(formerly ObjectWeb)

5.3 2013-10-04 6 Web Profile 3.0 2.2 No Free, LGPL
JRun Adobe Systems 4 updater 7 2007-11-06 1.3 2.3 1.2 No Proprietary, commercial
NetWeaver Application Server SAP AG 7.4 2013-01-11 5 2.5 2.1 No Proprietary, commercial
Oracle Containers for J2EE Oracle Corporation 10.1.3.5.0 2009-08 1.4 2.4 2.0 No Proprietary, commercial
Orion Application Server IronFlare 2.0.7 2006-03-09 1.3 2.3 1.2 No Proprietary, commercial
Payara Payara 4.1.2.172 2017-05-22 7 full platform 3.1 2.3 No Free, CDDL, GPL + classpath exception
Resin Servlet Container (open source) Caucho Technology 4.0.36 2013-04-25 6 Web Profile[7] 3.0 2.2 No Free, GPL
Resin Professional Application Server Caucho Technology 4.0.36 2013-04-25 6 Web Profile 3.0 2.2 No Proprietary, commercial
Rupy Rupy 1.2 2015-01-01 No No Free, LGPL
Tomcat ASF 8.5.9 2016-12-08 7 partial platform 3.1 2.3 Yes Free, Apache v2
TomEE ASF 1.7.4 2016-03 6 Web Profile 3.0 2.2 No Free, Apache
WebLogic Server Oracle Corporation

(formerly BEA Systems)

12.2.1.1 2016-06-21 [8] 7 full platform 3.1 2.3 No Proprietary, commercial
WebObjects Apple Inc. 5.4.3 2008-09-15 Partial[9] No Proprietary, commercial
IBM WebSphere Application Server IBM 9.0 2016-06-24 6 & 7 full platform 3.1 2.3 No Proprietary, commercial
WebSphere AS Community Edition IBM 3.0.0.4 2013-06-21 6 full platform 3.0 2.2 No Proprietary, commercial
WildFly

(formerly JBoss AS)

Red Hat

(formerly JBoss)

10.1 2016-08-19 7 full platform 3.1 2.3 Yes Free, LGPL

JavaScriptEdit

  • Broadvision - Server-side JavaScript AS. One of the early entrants in the market during the eCommerce dot-com bubble, they have vertical solution packages catering to the eCommerce industry.
  • Wakanda Server - Server-side JavaScript application server integrating a NoSQL database engine (WakandaDB[10]), a dedicated HTTP server, user, and group management and an optional client-side JavaScript framework.
  • Node.js - implements Google's V8 engine as a standalone (outside the browser) asynchronous Javascript interpreter. A vigorous open-source developer community on GitHub has implemented many supporting products, notably npm for package management and Connect and Express app server layers.
  • Phusion Passenger

LPCEdit

LuaEdit

.NETEdit

MicrosoftEdit

Microsoft positions their middle-tier applications and services infrastructure in the Windows Server operating system and the .NET Framework technologies in the role of an application server:

Third-partyEdit

Objective-CEdit

  • GNUstepWeb - WebObjects 4.5 compatible, licensed under LGPL
  • SOPE - Used as basis for groupware product SoGo

PythonEdit

PerlEdit

PHPEdit

RubyEdit

SmalltalkEdit

  • Seaside - A continuations based web application server

TclEdit

  • AOLserver - Forked from NaviServer after developer was bought by AOL in 1995
  • NaviServer - Resumed independent development after AOL dropped AOLserver support.

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