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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Trivial Update of "PoweredBy" by Raffaele Tripodo
Date Fri, 24 Feb 2012 10:16:47 GMT
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The "PoweredBy" page has been changed by Raffaele Tripodo:
http://wiki.apache.org/tomcat/PoweredBy?action=diff&rev1=397&rev2=398

  == Sites / Systems / Applications With Associated Publications ==
  This section contains cases that publicly described their Tomcat experience or installation.
  
+ === AppFuse ===
+ {{http://today.java.net/images/tiles/111-appfuse.gif}} Raible Designs' [[http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2004/07/15/thefuse.html|AppFuse]]
runs best on Tomcat. They wrote [[http://raibledesigns.com/page/rd?anchor=resin_slower_than_tomcat_fails|an
interesting post]] comparing standards-compliance and performance on Tomcat and other containers.
+ 
+ === Bonhams ===
+ {{http://www.bonhams.com/images/BonLogoGrey.jpg}} [[http://www.bonhams.com/|Bonhams]] is
an auction house founded in 1793, running Tomcat and other open-source software, as detailed
in [[http://www.cio.com/article/print/22988|this article]] from [[http://www.cio.com|CIO Magazine]].
+ 
+ === Cardinal Health ===
+ {{http://www.cardinal.com/images/layout/cardinal_logo_small.gif}} [[http://www.cardinal.com/|CardinalHealth]]
as documented by Sue Hildreth in [[http://www.awprofessional.com/articles/article.asp?p=100600&rl=1|this
article]].
+ 
+ === EMC / Documentum ===
+ EMC / Documentum's web-based frontend for content management ([[http://software.emc.com/products/software_az/webtop.htm|Webtop]])
runs in Apache Tomcat [[http://software.emc.com/products/software_az/tech_specs/general.htm|WebtopTechnicalSpecifications]].
Also, a primary Documentum developer website cites Tomcat as well [[http://www.dmdeveloper.com/articles/administration/methodServer.html|dm_developer]]
+ 
+ === E*Trade ===
+ {{http://www.etrade.com/images/ET_Logo.gif}} [[http://www.etrade.com/|E*Trade]] - a financial
services company, with a story from [[http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,1916587,00.asp|eweek.com]]
+ 
+ === WalMart ===
+ {{http://www.walmart.com/i/if/logo_always.gif}} [[http://www.walmart.com|WalMart.com]],
as documented by Eugene Ciurana on [[http://www.theserverside.com/articles/article.tss?l=MigratingtoJava5|TheServerSide]].
+ 
+ === The Weather Channel ===
+ {{http://image.weather.com/web/common/twc/logos/onair_137x102.gif}} [[http://www.weather.com|The
Weather Channel]] - and a nice [[http://www.computerworld.com/developmenttopics/websitemgmt/story/0,10801,92583,00.html|article]]
from Computer World on their shift from proprietary to open source.
+ 
+ <<Anchor(user)>>
+ 
+ == Other Known Sites / Systems / Applications ==
+ This section contains cases added by users without further external information, or found
on the [[http://tomcat.apache.org/lists.html|Tomcat mailing lists]].
+ 
  === 3ware ===
  {{http://www.3ware.it/img/logo/logo.png}} [[http://www.3ware.it|3ware]] is a software house
specialized in web based application.
  {{http://www.3ware.it/img/logo/g.PRO-medium.png}} [[http://www.3ware.it/gestionale_g.pro.html|g•PRO]]
is our framework based on pure HTML5/CSS3 standards for the client side and on Java/J2EE for
the server side, proudly running on Tomcat application server.
  
- === AppFuse ===
- {{http://today.java.net/images/tiles/111-appfuse.gif}} Raible Designs' [[http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2004/07/15/thefuse.html|AppFuse]]
runs best on Tomcat. They wrote [[http://raibledesigns.com/page/rd?anchor=resin_slower_than_tomcat_fails|an
interesting post]] comparing standards-compliance and performance on Tomcat and other containers.
- 
- === Bonhams ===
- {{http://www.bonhams.com/images/BonLogoGrey.jpg}} [[http://www.bonhams.com/|Bonhams]] is
an auction house founded in 1793, running Tomcat and other open-source software, as detailed
in [[http://www.cio.com/article/print/22988|this article]] from [[http://www.cio.com|CIO Magazine]].
- 
- === Cardinal Health ===
- {{http://www.cardinal.com/images/layout/cardinal_logo_small.gif}} [[http://www.cardinal.com/|CardinalHealth]]
as documented by Sue Hildreth in [[http://www.awprofessional.com/articles/article.asp?p=100600&rl=1|this
article]].
- 
- === EMC / Documentum ===
- EMC / Documentum's web-based frontend for content management ([[http://software.emc.com/products/software_az/webtop.htm|Webtop]])
runs in Apache Tomcat [[http://software.emc.com/products/software_az/tech_specs/general.htm|WebtopTechnicalSpecifications]].
Also, a primary Documentum developer website cites Tomcat as well [[http://www.dmdeveloper.com/articles/administration/methodServer.html|dm_developer]]
- 
- === E*Trade ===
- {{http://www.etrade.com/images/ET_Logo.gif}} [[http://www.etrade.com/|E*Trade]] - a financial
services company, with a story from [[http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,1916587,00.asp|eweek.com]]
- 
- === WalMart ===
- {{http://www.walmart.com/i/if/logo_always.gif}} [[http://www.walmart.com|WalMart.com]],
as documented by Eugene Ciurana on [[http://www.theserverside.com/articles/article.tss?l=MigratingtoJava5|TheServerSide]].
- 
- === The Weather Channel ===
- {{http://image.weather.com/web/common/twc/logos/onair_137x102.gif}} [[http://www.weather.com|The
Weather Channel]] - and a nice [[http://www.computerworld.com/developmenttopics/websitemgmt/story/0,10801,92583,00.html|article]]
from Computer World on their shift from proprietary to open source.
- 
- <<Anchor(user)>>
- 
- == Other Known Sites / Systems / Applications ==
- This section contains cases added by users without further external information, or found
on the [[http://tomcat.apache.org/lists.html|Tomcat mailing lists]].
- 
  === AccesStream ===
  {{http://www.accesstream.com/templates/accesstream/images/accesstream_header_logo.gif}}
[[http://www.accesstream.com|AccesStream]] is an open-source Identity and Access Management
suite.
  

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