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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "PoweredBy" by markt
Date Tue, 26 May 2009 11:03:25 GMT
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The following page has been changed by markt:
http://wiki.apache.org/tomcat/PoweredBy

The comment on the change is:
Change Covalent references to SpringSource

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  #pragma section-numbers 2
  = Sites, Applications, and Systems that are Powered By Tomcat =
  
- This page is a list of some, in all likelihood a very small fraction actually, of the sites
out there that use [http://tomcat.apache.org Apache Tomcat] in production.  For security and
other policy-related reasons, many organizations choose not to disclose the server they use.
 Tomcat has been downloaded more than 10 million times: assuming even a 1% production adoption
rate results in more than 100000 installations.  As an aside for the curious, you can see
recent Tomcat download statistics on [http://people.apache.org/~vgritsenko/stats/projects/tomcat.html
Vadim Gritsenko's page].  Note, however, that these represent downloads from apache.org servers
only, and not from mirrors, so they are likely to represent only a small minority of downloads:
the total number is much (more than an order of magnitude) greater.  Companies that support
Tomcat, such as [http://www.covalent.com Covalent] claim more than half of the global Fortune
500 as their clients.
+ This page is a list of some, in all likelihood a very small fraction actually, of the sites
out there that use [http://tomcat.apache.org Apache Tomcat] in production.  For security and
other policy-related reasons, many organizations choose not to disclose the server they use.
 Tomcat has been downloaded more than 10 million times: assuming even a 1% production adoption
rate results in more than 100000 installations.  As an aside for the curious, you can see
recent Tomcat download statistics on [http://people.apache.org/~vgritsenko/stats/projects/tomcat.html
Vadim Gritsenko's page].  Note, however, that these represent downloads from apache.org servers
only, and not from mirrors, so they are likely to represent only a small minority of downloads:
the total number is much (more than an order of magnitude) greater.  Companies that support
Tomcat, such as [http://www.springsource.com SpringSource] claim more than half of the global
Fortune 500 as their clients.
  
  This page is organized by categories: [#pub sites with publications], [#user sites added
by users], [#surveys independent surveys], and [#more more].  Anyone can and is encouraged
to add to this page: please add your site, application, or system as you see fit.  You do
need to register with the Apache wiki system to edit this page: simply click the login or
user preferences links at the top right of your screen to do so.  Don't worry if you don't
think it fits here or into any particular category: we would like to see your application
listed no matter how big, how small, or how miscategorized ;)  Some of these applications
are simply compatible with, ship with, or run on Tomcat.  Others are specifically designed
or documented with Tomcat as the container in mind.
  
@@ -160, +160 @@

  ===== Confluence =====
  [http://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence/ Confluence] is the enterprise-grade wiki
offering from [http://www.atlassian.com Atlassian], the makers of the [http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/
JIRA] issue tracking tool.  They also have a page with their own [http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Tomcat+Tips
Tomcat tips].
  
- ===== Covalent =====
- http://www.covalent.net/promo/images/covalent-logo-small.jpg
- [http://www.covalent.com/ Covalent] Enterprise Ready Serverâ„¢ (ERS) 3.0 is the first comprehensive
enterprise solution for Apache server management and the most widely distributed Web infrastructure
stack in Fortune 500 enterprises. Includes multiple versions of Apache Tomcat. To download[http://www.covalent.com/resource/downloads.html]

- 
  ===== Delta Virtual Airlines =====
  http://www.deltava.org/img/DeltaBanner.png
  [http://www.deltava.org/ Delta Virtual Airlines] is the world's largest virtual airline,
with over 2,200 members. This is a group of flight simulation enthusiasts using Microsoft
Flight Simulator to fly the current and historic routes of Delta Air Lines.
@@ -411, +407 @@

  ===== Specto Design =====
  http://www.spectodesign.com/images/work_logo.jpg
  [http://www.spectodesign.com Specto Design, Inc.] delivers all [http://www.spectodesign.com
ecommerce solutions] and financial applications on Tomcat.
+ 
+ ===== SpringSource =====
+ [http://www.springsource.com http://www.springframework.org/sites/all/themes/zen/framework/logo.png]
+ [http://www.springsource.com/ SpringSource] Enterprise Ready Serverâ„¢ (ERS) is the most
comprehensive and widely distributed solution for Apache Web and Tomcat Application Server
management. ERS provides better performance and security and improves service quality, reliability
and scalability by uniquely enhancing Apache and Tomcat for enterprise use while reducing
the costs and complexity of sophisticated Web infrastructures. Includes multiple versions
of Apache Tomcat. To download[http://www.springsource.com/products/ers/apachedownloads] 
  
  ===== Strabag SE - BRVZ Gmbh IT =====
  http://strabag.com/databases/internet/_public/files.nsf/SearchView/2E133A2B6711E2E1C125736A003AB086/$File/STRABAG-SE-logo.gif

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