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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "PoweredBy" by prolanguage
Date Tue, 18 Oct 2011 18:48:45 GMT
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The "PoweredBy" page has been changed by prolanguage:
http://wiki.apache.org/tomcat/PoweredBy?action=diff&rev1=373&rev2=374

  #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.springsource.com|SpringSource]] 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.portedeurope.org|.]] 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.
  

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