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Applied Enterprise JavaBeans™ Technology by Kevin Boone

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1.6. EJB products

To construct EJB applications, you will need an EJB server, or something that includes an EJB server. This section discusses the features you can expect an EJB server to have—in addition to support for the EJB Specification, of course—and lists some products that are currently available.

1.6.1. Features of EJB products

The EJB architecture was developed to support large, critical (high reliability), distributed applications. It is the responsibility of the EJB server vendor to provide a product that allows this goal to be met. The EJB Specification has little to say about the ways in which it will do this. In practice, containers normally use some or all of the following strategies.

Load sharing

In many large systems, a single ...

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