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Apache Tomcat Alternatives
Similar projects and alternatives to Apache Tomcat
Eclipse Jetty® - Web Container & Clients - supports HTTP/2, HTTP/1.1, HTTP/1.0, websocket, servlets, and more
Open Liberty is a highly composable, fast to start, dynamic application server runtime environment
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WildFly Application Server
Mirror of Apache Karaf
Tiny, easily embeddable HTTP server in Java.
Netty project - an event-driven asynchronous network application framework
Write Clean Java Code. Always.. Sonar helps you commit clean code every time. With over 600 unique rules to find Java bugs, code smells & vulnerabilities, Sonar finds the issues while you focus on the work.
Mirror of Apache Cassandra
A full featured, stand-alone, high-performance HTTP server and client written entirely in plain Java
Mirror of Apache HTTP Server. Issues: http://issues.apache.org
HTTP load testing tool and library. It's over 9000!
Mirror of the official PostgreSQL GIT repository. Note that this is just a *mirror* - we don't work with pull requests on github. To contribute, please see https://wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/Submitting_a_Patch
MySQL Server, the world's most popular open source database, and MySQL Cluster, a real-time, open source transactional database.
A damn simple library for building production-ready RESTful web services.
The Grails Web Application Framework
A distributed key value store in under 1000 lines. Used in production at comma.ai
Mirror of Apache PDFBox
Bouncy Castle Java Distribution (Mirror)
A scala library to write Http apps.
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Issue with chatgpy
3 projects | reddit.com/r/ChatGPTCoding | 23 Mar 2023
99% is a huge exaggeration. Two essential deployment tools off the top of my head: https://tomcat.apache.org/ https://docs.jboss.org/author/display/AS71/Developer%20Guide.html
7 years with Vaadin in production. Do we still enjoy it?
2 projects | dev.to | 12 Feb 2023
Do we still enjoy it? We are running many Vaadin apps in production since that first one. If there are not any specific requirements we use a “modular monolith” concept, which fits our stack best. We pack applications as WAR and deploy them under Apache Tomcat. And yes, we enjoy the development process. It’s very straightforward and Vaadin and SpringBoot fit together well.
TIBCO Jaspersoft Studio tutorial: Creating templates and integration with JasperReports Server
3 projects | dev.to | 10 Nov 2022
JasperReports Server Community requires a Java application server and a database to create a repository in order to work properly. After downloading JRS, the installation process can install Tomcat server and PostgreSQL database automatically for us and the services will run depending on the Jasper server. It's also possible to connect JRS to services already installed on the server. Moreover, while the free version supports the MySQL server, with the paid version you can also use commercial databases, for example, ORACLE Database, as a data repository.
Show HN: Open-source non-blocking NIO Java HTTP Server
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 24 Oct 2022
Regarding the venerable Tomcat, they [somewhat] recently added support for Unix domain sockets.
We fronted the server with haproxy LTS. Our initial testing showed roughly and order of magnitude [10x] increase in the number of requests the server could handle.
It's not completely plug-and-play; we still had a write a custom valve to set the request remote ip address and some other TCPish stuff, but nevertheless the capacity far outstripped our need for the technology.
The 12-Factor App Building Methodology
3 projects | dev.to | 2 Jul 2022
Example: Little Johnny was developing a Java web app and thinking about how he would configure Tomcat to listen to requests and redirect the data into his app... until he remembered this would violate Factor 7! Instead, he decided to declare Jetty as a dependency, keeping the HTTP service inside the app instead of configuring an external web server and then injecting its functionalities. Now, whenever he wants to instantiate another server for this app, all he has to do is installing dependencies and running the app, isn't it convenient?
Team 'print to console' assemble
2 projects | reddit.com/r/ProgrammerHumor | 12 Dec 2021
Apache has multiple "server" projects- Apache HTTP Server is an a server program written in C, while Apache Tomcat is a server program written in Java.
Non Spring users what are you using ??
7 projects | reddit.com/r/java | 2 Nov 2021
Multiple applications in the same JVM? Wildfly, Tomcat, Jetty.
Packaging and deploying Spring Boot applications as WAR files
4 projects | dev.to | 2 Sep 2021
Download Apache Tomcat from the project website. Make sure to download the correct version, depending on the Java and Servlet API versions that your application uses. For example, in the case of Vaadin applications, download Apache Tomcat version 9.
Apache Tomcat alternatives - tommy and DeepfakeHTTP
3 projects | 15 Aug 2021
Java Game Servers
2 projects | reddit.com/r/javagamedev | 6 May 2021
You could look at some of the existing server tools out there like an NIO client server framework such as Netty or an HTTP/servlet based engine like Tomcat. Minecraft, for example, uses Netty as the base server component.
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apache/tomcat is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.