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Enterprise(d) Tomcat & httpd

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Enterprise(d) Tomcat & httpd

  1. 1. 3th April 2013Enterprise(d) Tomcat in Action Václav Tunka Software Engineer, JBoss by Red Hat
  2. 2. What will we cover• Short intro to httpd and tomcat• New features in httpd 2.4• New features in Tomcat 7 & 8
  3. 3. httpd• Multi-platform HTTP server with reverse proxy, load balancing, virtual hosting, ...• httpd 1.0 was initially designed for a different situation than we have now• A lot of clustered servers for backend (tomcat, AS, jetty), now we need clustering for httpd as well
  4. 4. Some statistics
  5. 5. httpd 2.4• Improvements in performance• Making httpd “cloud ready”• Async I/O – Multi-Processing Module workers (MPM) as default.• High-performance APR
  6. 6. Apache Portable Runtime• Platform independent API for: – Memory allocation and memory pool functionality – Atomic operations – Dynamic library handling – File I/O – Locking – Thread, process and mutex functionality
  7. 7. Modules• Bandwith control: mod_ratelimit• Security: mod_reqtimeout• I/O buffer control: mod_buffer• LUA support: mod_lua• Making the proxy cloud friendly: – mod_slotmem_shm (from mod_cluster)
  8. 8. Reverse proxy• Support for dynamic configuration.• Runtime change of clusters w/o restarts.• mod_proxy_express for cloud services.• Connection pooling
  9. 9. Cloud ready• Solving horizontal scalability.• Low latency.• Fast request-response turover.
  10. 10. Time for Tomcat
  11. 11. Tomcat 7• Servlet 3.0 compliant – asynchronous execution of processing – pluggability and extension support – new set of annotations• JSP 2.2 – Jasper part of Tomcat project
  12. 12. Tomcat 7• Valves replaced by Filters (Valves still work)• Startup time reduced• Easy to configure programatically
  13. 13. Tomcat 8• Servlet 3.1 – Non-blocking I/O – HTTP protocol upgrade mechanism – Security improvements• JSP 2.3• SPDY• Web sockets
  14. 14. References• [1] httpd usage according to W3Tech• Apache and Tomcat logos from apache.org• Mladen Turks httpd and Tomcat presentations
  15. 15. Questions? 15
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