JBoss and eXo Portal Platforms: Similar, Yet Different

Competitors and partners, eXo and JBoss have both announced their new Portal offerings based on their collaborative project GateIn. While JBoss had released Enterprise Portal Platform (EPP 5) a while back, eXo released eXo Platform 3.0 this week.

These two new products (don't get influenced by their high version numbers) both employ the GateIn framework under the covers, and are functionally and architecturally similar. However, there are some very important differences between the two offerings.

We examine these similarities and differences in our latest advisory briefing, "JBoss and eXo Portal Platforms: Similar, Yet Different." 

Here's the table of contents for the 5-page advisory paper:

  • Key Takeaways
  • Introduction
  • Basic Similarities
  • Key Differences
  • How to Proceed
  • Conclusion

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