Thursday, November 22, 2007

Mama, when would you retire EJBs?

If you answer yes to any of the following then it is time to retire your EJBs:
1. Just because you had an Application server.
2. Because that was the buzz and talking about it was cool.
3. Everyone was using it.
4. Even if the client and the EJB are run in the same network.
5. Thought EJB is SOA.
6. EJB on the resume looked hot.
7. There was no other way you knew to expose the application.
8. Container was a magical term.
9. Believed what servlet is to front-end was EJB to the back-end?

Its time to look beyond your traditional J2EE and look at Grid computing.

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