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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "TomcatTrackUs09 Sessions" by JeanFredericClere
Date Thu, 11 Jun 2009 08:39:31 GMT
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  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
  
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  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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+  Solutions & Troubleshooting methodologies - For most commonly occurring issues of Apache
& Tomcat   [acus2009 511]
+ by Ravi Saraswathi
  
+ Presentation — 60 minutes
+ Description
+ The session describes trouble shooting methods and solutions of several commonly occurring
issues of web applications deployed on Apache and Tomcat. The session focuses on common causes
and step-by-step instructions to resolve the problems. Some of the issues that are included
in the presentation are: Application Server Hang & Core Dump, Java Virtual Machine and
Memory issues (JVM Crash with no Core Dump, Out of Memory/Memory Leak), Too Many Open Files,
JDBC-Database connectivity and Drivers issues, Load Balancing Issues(Apache & Tomcat connectivity
with multiple hosts), SSL Trouble Shooting, High/Low CPU utilization, Slow application response,
Server Core Dump, Irrecoverable Stack overflow and HTTP Session and Replication Failure. The
troubleshooting methodology and solutions described in presentation will help system administrators
and programmers to reduce the time spent on diagnosing problems to get to the root cause and
to correct the issue. The presentation focuses on
  support patterns to resolve the most common problems, system behaviors, and issues. Instructions
on how to resolve the issues will also be included in the presentation. The last part of the
session focuses on best ways to monitor Java applications by using Open Source tools to get
pre-notifications for some of the above issues.
+ Presenter Bio
+ Ravi is an Architect and with more than 15 years of global, professional experience. Prior
to his current assignment at AOL-Time Warner, Ravi was a senior business consultant with BEA
Systems. Ravi worked at BEA Systems on WebLogic and AquaLogic product line Ravi also worked
with several Java webserver and application containers. His interests include Open source
containers, Java, infrastructure architecture, trouble shooting methodologies and software
design. Ravi has spoken number of WebLogic conferences and Java user group meetings
+ 
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+ Advanced Reverse Proxy Load Balancing in Apache HTTP Server 2.2 [acus2009 418]
+ by Jim Jagielski Panel,Developer,Experienced,NONE,Apache HTTP Server
+ 
+ Presentation — 60 minutes
+ Description
+ One of the main new features in Apache 2.2 is the enhancement of the proxy module, allowing
Apache to proxy not only HTTP as before, but also AJP. Coupled with the dynamic load balancing
capability also new in 2.2, see why Apache is now an even more capable reverse proxy, and
see why mod_jk may no longer be required. Included are helpful real-world hints in configuration
for high-availability failover environments.
+ Presenter Bio
+ Jim's been active on the 'Net since the early 80's, starting as editor of the A/UX FAQ.
He worked on the NCSA server and joined the Apache Group (as it was called back then) at a
very early stage. He actively contributes on HTTPD, APR and Tomcat, but also hacks on other
projects (ASF and others) as well in addition to mentoring many ASF incubator podlings. In
addition to being a charter and core member of the ASF Jim serves as Director and Chairman
for the foundation. His real job is as Chief Architect and Principal Software Engineer for
the Covalent Products Division of SpringSource. Previously, Jim served at CTO for Covalent
Technologies, which was acquired by SpringSource in early 2008.
+ 
+ **************************************************************************
+  Improving mod_proxy : Example of an "home made" balancer: Mod_cluster   [acus2009 439]
+ by Jean-Frederic Clere
+ 
+ Presentation — 60 minutes
+ Description
+ * Summary: When using Mod_proxy + Mod_proxy_balancer Apache httpd only 2 balancer modes
and reduced management support is possible. Anyway it is possible to write custom balancers
to support different type of clusters. A Complete example of a balancer to front-end a dynamic
cluster of Tomcat's will presented.Mod_proxy allows to * Abstract: The goal of the presentation
is to demonstrate how easy it is to improve mod_proxy interaction with a cluster of Tomcats.
There are different session replications mode in clusters. Full replication, Buddy replication,
passive nodes for High Availability. Load balancing and failure recovery should be based on
a dynamic view of the cluster not on a static description in a configuration file. Recent
improvements in Mod_proxy allows the standard Mod_proxy to front-end a cluster of servers
but actual ASF mod_proxy_balancer offers only 3 balancer modes (byrequest, bytraffic and bybusyness)
and reduced managing support (via mod_status). What is 
 needed to have a completely dynamic cluster: On Tomcat side a Listener to collect and transmit
node informations to the balancer module and on Httpd side a balancer module able to use those
informations to route incoming requests according to different loadbalancing and failure recovery
policies. How it is done: A quick overview of the Tomcat listener of the example and an overview
of the balancer module. Explanation the features of mod_proxy that are available to write
a balancer. The mod_cluster solution: Protocol, Logic and Tomcat integration. * Expertise
level: technical, intermediate * Format and duration: general presentation
+ 

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