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Jetty vs Websphere: What are the differences?

Jetty: An open-source project providing an HTTP server, HTTP client, and javax.servlet container. Jetty is used in a wide variety of projects and products, both in development and production. Jetty can be easily embedded in devices, tools, frameworks, application servers, and clusters. See the Jetty Powered page for more uses of Jetty; Websphere: Application and integration middleware. It is a highly scalable, secure and reliable Java EE runtime environment designed to host applications and microservices for any size organization. It supports the Java EE, Jakarta EE and MicroProfile standards-based programming models.

Jetty and Websphere belong to "Web Servers" category of the tech stack.

Jetty is an open source tool with 2.59K GitHub stars and 1.42K GitHub forks. Here's a link to Jetty's open source repository on GitHub.

According to the StackShare community, Jetty has a broader approval, being mentioned in 81 company stacks & 121 developers stacks; compared to Websphere, which is listed in 10 company stacks and 11 developer stacks.

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      What is Jetty?

      Jetty is used in a wide variety of projects and products, both in development and production. Jetty can be easily embedded in devices, tools, frameworks, application servers, and clusters. See the Jetty Powered page for more uses of Jetty.

      What is Websphere?

      It is a highly scalable, secure and reliable Java EE runtime environment designed to host applications and microservices for any size organization. It supports the Java EE, Jakarta EE and MicroProfile standards-based programming models.

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      San Francisco, CA, US; Palo Alto, CA, US; Seattle, WA, USA
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