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The Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE), defines the standard for developing and deploying multitier enterprise applications. At the core of J2EE architecture are application servers - containers for your J2EE components. This article explains the architecture of an application server that embraces standards such as J2EE, and focuses on ways to leverage the application server platform for caching, load balancing, scalability, and clustering services. It also provides an understanding of how to build J2EE applications, by looking at both design and runtime scenarios. It concludes with some best practices for designing and implementing enterprise applications. The Metamorphosis: From Web Servers to Application Servers During the early '90s, the advent of the Internet gave birth to myriad programming models like CGI and FastCGI. This enabled ubiquitous access to... (more)