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Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Tomcat
May 2022
Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Tomcat and other solutions. Updated: May 2022.
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"It is really good in terms of features, and it is stable.""Oracle Fusion is stable.""The scalability is good.""Fusion Middleware's main feature for me is that it is quite flexible, and, as middleware, it provides us with all sorts of technology and application adapters, which makes it very handy to use."

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"The most valuable features of this solution are the general web server features.""The most valuable feature is the free EE server.""The most valuable feature of this solution is that it supports Java Enterprise.""We chose to use Tomcat because it's perfect compared to other containers that we have tested.""Tomcat is user-friendly and easy to set up, especially compared to WebLogic or JBoss where some specialty is required. If you are going for Tomcat, you can use their guidelines and can set it up easily.""The deployment process is very fast."

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"Oracle Fusion Middleware is based on the regulations in Saudi Arabia and the legislation changes. There is a need to be improvements all the time. It needs to adapt quickly in this market. Additionally, there could be some improvements in the construction sector.""Its price can be improved. We are currently looking for more cost-efficiency. It should also have a little bit more flexibility for customizations. The customizations should be quicker.""An improvement for Oracle's Fusion Middleware could definitely be found in the SOA component. It's a heavyweight container and, if you ask me, if a product is available as a docker image where we can easily port it in to another Kubernetes platform, that would be perfect. But as for the current situation in the market, nobody is really willing to deploy this on premises.""The price could always be better."

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"The high availability is not as robust as the competition is such as WebLogic and Jboss.""It would be great if they offered more integration of monitoring tools.""Tomcat is used mainly for database connections. As of now, we configure that environment for any database configuration. But if any utility can integrate where we can pass the database connection as a string of details, then it should encrypt them and keep them inside. From that security perspective, Tomcat requires improvement. They should integrate this security feature.""In the solution, we are using the terminal to enter command line codes for operations and management, this is difficult for me. It would be better if we had some administrator UI tools for this.""Technical support is limited.""The interface is not user-friendly."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
  • "It is expensive. We are looking for a cheaper solution."
  • "We pay annually for the solution."
  • "The licensing costs are reasonable."
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  • "This is an open-source product and it's free to use."
  • "We are using the open-source version."
  • "The solution is free."
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    Fusion Middleware's main feature for me is that it is quite flexible, and, as middleware, it provides us with all sorts of technology and application adapters, which makes it very handy to use.
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    Oracle Fusion Middleware is based on the regulations in Saudi Arabia and the legislation changes. There is a need to be improvements all the time. It needs to adapt quickly in this market… more »
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    The deployment process is very fast.
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    I don't have too much experience with monitoring, however, it's possible it could be improved. It would be great if they offered more integration of monitoring tools. The management maybe can be… more »
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    We primarily use the solution on our main e-commerce web page.
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    Overview

    Oracle Fusion Middleware is the digital business platform for the enterprise and the cloud. It enables enterprises to create and run agile, intelligent business applications while maximizing IT efficiency through full utilization of modern hardware and software architectures.

    Apache Tomcat is an open source software implementation of the Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java Expression Language and Java WebSocket technologies. The Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java Expression Language and Java WebSocket specifications are developed under the Java Community Process. Apache Tomcat powers numerous large-scale, mission-critical web applications across a diverse range of industries and organizations.
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    Sample Customers
    Police Department of Izmir City
    Walmart.com, The Weather Channel, E*Trade, Delta Virtual Airlines, General Motors, AppFuse, Bonhams, CardinalHealth, CarGurus.com, FarmDirectory.org, Millenium Pharmaceuticals, RecipeLand.com, WebShots, QuickCreative.net, MyOtherDrive
    Top Industries
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company37%
    Comms Service Provider16%
    Financial Services Firm8%
    Government8%
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    Financial Services Firm25%
    Government13%
    Transportation Company13%
    Insurance Company13%
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    Computer Software Company28%
    Comms Service Provider18%
    Financial Services Firm15%
    Government6%
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    Small Business50%
    Midsize Enterprise11%
    Large Enterprise39%
    Buyer's Guide
    Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Tomcat
    May 2022
    Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Tomcat and other solutions. Updated: May 2022.
    596,362 professionals have used our research since 2012.

    Oracle Fusion Middleware is ranked 6th in Application Server with 4 reviews while Tomcat is ranked 4th in Application Server with 6 reviews. Oracle Fusion Middleware is rated 8.0, while Tomcat is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of Oracle Fusion Middleware writes "Highly flexible and solves all our problems in one product". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Tomcat writes "User-friendly and easy to set up". Oracle Fusion Middleware is most compared with Oracle WebLogic Server, IBM WebSphere Application Server, JBoss, IIS and TIBCO ActiveMatrix, whereas Tomcat is most compared with Oracle WebLogic Server, IBM WebSphere Application Server, JBoss, IIS and TmaxSoft JEUS. See our Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Tomcat report.

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