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[Originally posted by abw]

I am looking for any statistics on current market share of Micrsoft .NET
versus other J2EE applications servers. Any guidance would be appreciated.

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Re: .NET market share
[Originally posted by fgrimes]

Sorry, Andrea. I really have no idea. But Google turned up the following:

Microsoft’s .NET's far ahead of rivals
J2EE application server vendors and their supporters are in denial, says Gary
Barnett principal analyst at Ovum.

Ovum, London - For immediate release 1 August 2002. Microsoft’s .NET
technology is at least six months ahead of its rivals according to Ovum, the
leading analyst and consulting company. It’s more complete, more ready and
more widely deployed than any of its web services framework competitors.

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