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Django in the enterprise?

Asked by stevenelliottjr (295points) February 24th, 2010

I know that the word “enterprise” gives some people the creeps, but I am curious to know if anyone has experience creating enterprise applications, similar to something like say… Java EE applications, which are highly concurrent, distributed applications with Django? I know Java has its own issues but its kind of viewed as THE enterprise framework and I think that’s unfortunate.

Some people say that Rails is a good replacement for Java EE but what about Django? Has anyone ever used it in this context? You only ever see pretty standard websites on and it seems like its capable of so much more. I am planning on scrapping some of our old systems which are written mostly on ASP.NET and some Java for something more easily maintainable. I started using Django for some other applications internally but what about something like… an accounts receivable system?

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I think Glassfish + JRuby + Rails is pretty common. Perhaps Glassfish + Jython + Django?

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