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Notification Project - Apache<->Tomcat

7/09/2004 12:51:00 PM, posted by anand

Got Tomcat integrated with Apache via the JK2 connector. Getting them to work seamlessly was not that seamless for me! After much trial and error and googling, I could finally get it to work nicely.

Pros:
- Load Balancing can be achieved if you one apache and multiple tomcat instances
- Better security. Tomcat is shielded from prying eyes of hax0rs
- Best of both worlds blend. Apache is a pro when serving out static pages. Tomcat is a pro for dynamic content (Java)
- Geek factor. Priceless.

Cons:
- Late night work
- Sleep deprivation
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