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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "TomcatTrackUs09 Sessions" by JeanFredericClere
Date Thu, 11 Jun 2009 09:18:23 GMT
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  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.
+ Note:
+ '''The httpd track may use it'''
  
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   Improving mod_proxy : Example of an "home made" balancer: Mod_cluster   [acus2009 439]

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