Funny discovery in the Java world

Mickael Remond mickael.remond@REDACTED
Mon Jan 3 18:25:22 CET 2005


I thought that you might like to read this article:

  Unbreakable Java: A Java Server That Never Goes Down

Which is covered on Slashdot:

Here is a little teaser from the article:

"The key to understanding robust Java is isolation, isolation, and 
isolation. Robust applications, especially robust application servers, 
require a high level of isolation between users. It's not acceptable 
that an error occurring while processing one user's request may affect 
all users connected to the system. The complexity of software systems 
makes it impossible to develop software that is completely free of 
errors, so errors will always happen. Only isolation can provide real 
robustness by limiting the impact of errors."

Looks a lot like if they are going to discover Erlang very soon.

Happy new year !

Mickaël Rémond

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