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Integrating Apache Web Server

  • Aleksa Vukotic
  • James Goodwill
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Abstract

We have discussed how to use Apache Tomcat as a server for both static and dynamic pages of a web application. Apache Foundation, however, owns Apache Httpd Server Project — a high-performance, scalable HTTP server. As its name suggests, Apache Httpd Server (or Apache Web Server, or just Apache, as its mostly known) is optimized for high-performance content serving over the HTTP protocol. It does not know anything about Servlets or JSPs, though. It is possible to closely integrate Apache Web Server and Apache Tomcat so we can benefit from Tomcat’s servlet container, but at the same time serve static content via the high-performance Apache Web Server, and possibly use some of its great load balancing capabilities as well.

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© Aleksa Vukotic and James Goodwill 2011

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