__/ [ asj ] on Wednesday 26 April 2006 07:34 \__
> asj wrote:
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> > To add context, Google use Linux whereas eBay heavily use Windows
>> > technology.
>> although the web server of eBay is IIs, the backend is Java EE.
>> Sun and IBM helped develop the current eBay infrastructure in 2003.
>> If you look at the upper right side of eBay pages, you'll see a Java
> with regards to OS being used in the eBay servers (as opposed to
> software), it is probably a combination, but there surely is a lot of
> Sun unix servers in there:
I stand corrected. I thought eBay were deeply entangled in Microsoft
technology and dependent on their DLL's to manage auctions.
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