JBoss Application Server

Category - Web Servers, Web Application Server

JBoss Application Server (renamed WildFly) is an open-source Java EE-based application server runtime used for building, deploying, and hosting highly-transactional Java applications and services.



We have discovered 4,624 live websites that are using JBoss Application Server.

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Technology usage statistics

Websites using JBoss Application Server4,624 websites
Most popular in the country US
Market position in Web Servers#36
Market share in Web Servers<0.1%

Technology adoption

Recent changes in JBoss Application Server usage. (See JBoss Application Server Usage Changes report)
Websites that added JBoss Application Server+272
Websites that dropped JBoss Application Server-680

Distribution by websites popularity

JBoss Application Server detection in the top websites by popularity
Top 10k sites1 websites
Top 100k sites21 websites
Top 1m sites170 websites

Websites utilizing JBoss Application Server

Top websites that use JBoss Application Server

DomainCountryRankContacts
sigaa.ifpa.edu.br BR7,725
buscatextual.cnpq.br BR15,222
clean.go.kr KR18,586
www.clean.go.kr KR18,586
www.century21.com US33,260
data.go.kr KR34,321
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Market Share

JBoss Application Server market share within the Web Servers category

Geographical Distribution

Technology usage distribution by websites across the globe.






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