A few of the key benefits include:
The performance of an application written in .NET is generally better than J2EE. For example, a benchmark applied to the Nile ecommerce application server shows that the .NET implementation outperforms the implementation using EJBs on a leading J2EE application server by 345% on an 8 CPU system (Microsoft .NET vs. Sun Microsystems's J2EE, p.14).
Increase developer productivity up to 50%.
Less Source Code
J2EE requires more source code than .NET to obtain the same functionality. Based on the Software Productivity Research data, coding a function point in Java requires about 53 statements while .NET requires only 16. In fact, a .NET implementation of the Nile application was written with only 3,484 lines while the Java version needed 14,273 lines (Implementing Sun® Microsystem's JavaTM Pet Store J2EETM Blueprint Application using Microsoft® .NET)
Scalability refers to the ability to handle more workload, typically from the addition of more users. A study developed by ObjectWatch, Inc. states that the .NET platform has a major advantage in total cost of ownership vs. J2EE: You can expect to spend five to ten times as much to handle the same workload using a J2EE/Unix platform as would be required with the .NET/Windows platform (Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) vs. the .NET Platform, p.24).
Mobilize.Net Can Take Your J2EE Apps Into the .NET World
As Microsoft's "preferred provider of worldwide upgrade services for customers," Mobilize.Net offers proven end-to-end consulting services to help you accomplish your J2EE to .NET conversion goals. By outsourcing the entire task to us, we can help you save time and money while minimizing project risk.
Using our highly extensible and customizable Java to .NET migration tool, the JLCA Companion, a large part of the conversion process can be automated, dramatically shortening migration timeframes by eliminating much of the need to manually rewrite unsupported portions of the application. And our team of migration experts will take care of the final code adjustments, delivering in the end a functionally equivalent, guaranteed, and ready-to-deploy system.