Next year will see BEA Systems' first implementation of a slimmed down application server. Codenamed 'Essex', WebLogic Server version 10.3 will launch by March 2008 - BEA said at BEAWorld this week - and marks the debut of an architecture that lets developers remove modules they don't want prior to installation. BEA promises a …
Why Essex exactly? Ready to be thrown off Sarfend pier?
Do you fink I'm bovvered by that?
Since when can ANY application server be considered lightweight? More like bloated pig. Anything that takes 10+ seconds to start up is "lightweight" ? Huh
If it's codenamed Essex, then I'm guessing the platform it's based on will be "white heels" ?
why not "Essex"?
I guess the application server is suited for blade servers and in the Essex coat of arms you have three seaxes. Obvious really. :)
@ Codenamed "Essex"
"Why Essex exactly? Ready to be thrown off Sarfend pier?
Do you fink I'm bovvered by that?"
Oh. How original.
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