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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Can i use tomcat 9.0.x version in production
Date Wed, 04 Oct 2017 00:42:43 GMT
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Murthy,

On 10/3/17 7:38 AM, s v n trimurthulu wrote:
> At present we are using 7.0.x in our production environment. As we
> have received few CVE alerts we wanted to migrate it to latest
> version 9.0.x. But when i see the status of the 9.0.x release it is
> showing "Stable = No". So i request you to suggest me whether i
> can use the latest version(9.0.1) of tomcat in production or not.
> Thanks in advance.

I'd recommend moving towards Tomcat 8.5 (after extensive testing in an
appropriate environment). There are very few differences between 8.5
and 9.0 (other than Servlet Spec changes) and so moving from 8.5 ->
9.0 in the future should be fairly easy.

Tomcat 8.5 *is* currently considered production-ready.

- -chris
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