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(Found via slashdot.org) Thomas Smits, a development architect in the SAP NetWeaver team, writes about SAP’s “Unbreakable Java VM container” in WebAS.

“Developers using Java on clients or in small projects may not believe that there is a fundamental problem with Java’s robustness. People working with huge applications and application servers written in Java know about the problem but may doubt that it’s possible to build something like an unbreakable Java architecture. Some may even remember the White Star Line promising that their ocean liner Titanic was unsinkable; an iceberg in the North Atlantic proved them wrong and demonstrated that there is no such thing as an unsinkable ship. Is it really possible to build a Java application server that never goes down?”

Read the full article in http://www.javadevelopersjournal.com/story/print.cfm?storyid=47362

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