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Knowledge Base : Apache Tomcat Tips and Tricks from the Pros

posted by admin on December 14, 2011 02:26 PM

For development and operations teams, a presentation that covers undocumented secrets of Apache Tomcat with various tips and tricks for managing Tomcat.

Do you spend too much time sifting through Google results to find answers to your Apache Tomcat Questions? Now is your chance to learn undocumented secrets of Apache Tomcat. If you are using or considering using Apache Tomcat and would like to improve your knowledge, join Apache experts and committers Mark Thomas and Filip Hanik as they outline the top Tips and Tricks to make management and administration of Apache Tomcat easier, faster and more productive.

 

EMBEDDED PRESENTATION SLIDES (i.e. user can click “Next” thru slides)

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Knowledge Base : WAR Files Not Completely Extracted on Deployment on Windows

posted by SpringSource on May 26, 2010 07:15 AM

File locking in Windows may prevent the directory from being deleted.

File locking on Windows is different than file locking on Unix in that on Windows a file can be locked on read. If you are redeploying a second version of an already deployed web application, you may see something like the following web application:

 webapps
- myapp.war
- myapp

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Operations | deployment, Tomcat Admin, Tomcat Memory

Knowledge Base : Large Scale Apache Tomcat Deployments

posted by SpringSource on April 8, 2010 12:06 PM

For development and operations teams, a presentation that covers how large scale Tomcat deployments can be managed.

In the past, deploying Apache Tomcat in medium and large enterprise environments presented significant challenges due to the rudimentary management tools in Apache Tomcat. But no longer. SpringSource provides an enterprise version of Apache Tomcat, complete with all the enterprise features necessary for managing large scale Apache Tomcat deployments.

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| deployment, directories, downgrade

Knowledge Base : Securing Apache Tomcat for Enterprise Use

posted by SpringSource on April 8, 2010 12:06 PM

For development and operations teams, a presentation that covers various security configuration options available in Apache Tomcat and SpringSource tc Server.

A default Apache Tomcat installation is secure but each installation environment is different and may have additional security requirements. This presentation will examine the security configuration options available in Apache Tomcat and SpringSource tc Server, when to use them (and when not to use them) and the threats they might help mitigate. The rationale behind having resource passwords (e.g. for database access) in clear text in server.xml will also be discussed.

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Security | authentication, deployment, logs

Knowledge Base : Enterprise Apache Tomcat and Application Management

posted by SpringSource on April 8, 2010 12:06 PM

For development and operations teams, a presentation that covers how to manage applications properly from cycling updates to determining failures.

Your business applications provide all the components that do the real work for your enterprise and use Tomcat as the engine to power that work. How can you ensure that your applications on Tomcat are managed properly? How do you cycle application updates over a group of more than twenty server instances? How do you determine the failure of application whether it is during start-up, execution or application shutdown?

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| applications, architecture, context

Knowledge Base : Optimizing and Tuning Apache Tomcat

posted by SpringSource on April 8, 2010 12:06 PM

For development and operations teams, a presentation that covers approaches for optimizing and tuning Apache Tomcat.

As Tomcat takes on greater roles in enterprise environments, proper tuning and optimization becomes “top of mind” for all stakeholders as well as IT developers and operations teams.  Key approaches and processes are laid out to help understand the process to ensure Tomcat runs successfully and with performance.

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| clustering, deployment, measure

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