GlassFish, The Google Trends

The Aquarium posted some lately stats about the usage of the Glassfish application server.
Nice to see it’s coming close at some points to the JBoss application server (i think the one which is his closest competitor).
At the 10th of february a nice heap when Sun announces his “Sun GlassFish Portfolio”.

If we take the stats of some other big competitors in the charts we’ll notice a few differences.
When we take oracle as and ibm websphere together with glassfish and jboss i guess the last 2 still got a long way to go, but they are growing!

comparing all 4

comparing glassfish and jboss

At this moment IBM and Oracle are still the big players on this market, let’s see what GlassFish will do in the near future it’s getting more popularity lately.


About Eric Elzinga
Eric Elzinga I'm an integration consultant located in The Netherlands. Mainly doing projects based on Oracle integration stacks (Oracle SOA Suite/Oracle Service Bus (OSB)), Java development, and opensource integration products.

2 Responses to GlassFish, The Google Trends

  1. andrej says:

    You’re comparing 2 products with 2 companies, doesn’t seem fair. You could compare Sun (glassfish), Red Hat (jboss), oracle en ibm. Or you could compare glassfish, jboss, weblogic, and websphere. More now it really doesn’t say much.

  2. Eric Elzinga says:

    Yes i noticed..i already changed the keywords a bit.

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