Apache Tomcat 7.0.16 Released

posted by Stacey Schneider on June 17, 2011 09:28 AM

Announced this morning by the Apache Tomcat team:


The Apache Tomcat team announces the immediate availability of Apache Tomcat 7.0.16.

Apache Tomcat 7.0.16 includes bug fixes and the following new features compared to version 7.0.14:

  • NIO implementation of the AJP connector
  • Enable Servlet 3 asynchronous processing support when using clustering
  • Add parallel deployment support to the Manager's Ant tasks

Please refer to the change log for the list of changes:

Note that this version has 4 zip binaries: a generic one and three bundled with Tomcat native binaries for Windows operating systems running on different CPU architectures.


Migration guide from Apache Tomcat 5.5.x and 6.0.x:

Thank you,

-- The Apache Tomcat Team


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Stacey Schneider is focused on helping evangelize how cloud technologies are transforming application development and delivery by managing the blog and social media for Pivotal. Prior to its acquisition, Stacey led marketing and community management for application management software provider Hyperic, now a part of VMware’s management portfolio. Before her work in the cloud, she also held various technical leadership positions at CRM software pioneer Siebel Systems, including work on the Nexus project, which focused on building portable web applications that worked across Java and .NET. Stacey is also the managing principal of SiliconSpark, a consulting agency that has helped over 12 software companies go to market on the web and across the cloud over the past 5 years.


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Which is the very latest version of the Tomcat that is available in the market? I am conducting a small study on the different versions of Tomcat Apache and as a part of it, I was collecting the details.

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