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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "TomcatTrackUs09 Sessions" by JeanFredericClere
Date Thu, 11 Jun 2009 08:23:45 GMT
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The following page has been changed by JeanFredericClere:
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  Description
  Apache Tomcat 7.0 is a Servlet container for the Servlet 3.0 specification. One of the more
exiciting features in this new specification is the standard support for asynchronous servlet
processing. In this session we will take a look at the asynchronous servlet API, the reasoning
behind, its benefits and short falls. We will also take a look at the extensions and different
methods Apache Tomcat 7 provides to meet some of these short falls.
  
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+ Here are the not-selected (by the planners) sessions that could go in the tomcat track:
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+  mod_proxy versus mod_jk. Clustering with HTTP Server as front-end.   [acus2009 440]
+ by Jean-Frederic Clere
+ 
+ Presentation — 60 minutes
+ Description
+ There is often the question among users what should I use: mod_proxy or mod_jk? Mod_jk looks
a kind of toolbox for integrating Tomcat application in web server and mod_proxy looks more
than a straight forward loadbalancer. This presentation will try to help to choose the best
module depending on the application structure. The goal of the two reverse proxy modules are
different therefore they will continue existing and exchanging features. Now everyone will
be able to choose the technology that fits their needs.
+ Presenter Bio
+ Jean-Frederic has spent more than 20 years writing client/server software. He is committer
in APR, Jakarta, Httpd and Tomcat and he likes complex projects where different languages
and machines are involved. Borne in France, Jean-Frederic lived in Barcelona (Spain) for 14
years. Since May 2006 he lives in Neuchatel (Switzerland) where he works for RedHat in the
JBoss division.
+ 
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+  Using Tomcat-Native with Comet/Asynch call in Servlet 3.0   [acus2009 441]
+ by Jean-Frederic Clere
+ 
+ Presentation — 60 minutes
+ Description
+ Browsers and web servers are standards and the need for instantaneous data exchange has
grown. AJAX for example allows web clients to communicate "asynchronously" withremote web
servers. Comet is a Tomcat 6 feature that goes beyond AJAX and allow real asynchronous unidirectional
and bi-directional connections between client and server using the HTTPprotocol and Servlets.
Servlet 3.0 SPEC's are also providing asynchronous calls see what is possible do with them.
Tomcat-Native is a Tomcat sub-project that provides a non-blocking and very efficient SSL
connections. Tomcat-Native relies on the APR (Apache Portable Runtime) for Socket input/output
and use OpenSSL to make the cryptographic layers. Comparison of the performance of Tomcat,
Tomcat + APR and httpd.
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+ 

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