Java Is Still Firmly Planted In Enterprise IT Shops

Tuesday Nov 23rd 2010 by Brad Jones
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Just ask Forrester, and they'll tell you that the data reveals that Java is still firmly planted in enterprise IT shops for custom-developed applications. Forrester asked software decision makers the question, "For custom-developed applications, which development platforms does your company use?" The answers were as follows:

Just ask Forrester, and they'll tell you that the data reveals that Java is still firmly planted in enterprise IT shops for custom-developed applications. Forrester asked software decision makers the question, "For custom-developed applications, which development platforms does your company use?" The answers were as follows:

Microsoft .NET60%       (down from 61% in 2008)
Java, Java EE, or J2EE54%(up from 49% in 2008)
Rich Interface in a browser34%(up from 25% in 2008)
Mainframe or midrange platform24%(down from 28% in 2008)
Open source framework like spring or hibernate17%(up from 15% in 2009)
Lightweight Web frameworks18%(up from 10% in 2008)
Proprietary 4GLs14%(down from 17% in 2009)
Other8%(up from 6% in 2008)

 

For more information, you can see their article Java Is A Dead-End For Enterprise App Develpoment."

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