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From Vinu Vibhu Sobhana <vvsv...@gmail.com>
Subject Queries regarding tuning Apache Tomcat to serve high traffic
Date Wed, 12 Jun 2019 08:53:39 GMT
Hai Team,

I have been requested by Project Manager to host a web application in
Tomcat 8.5 and tune the server to cater high traffic. So, I have
hosted the web application on an allotted VPS server with
specification (8 vCPU, 16GB RAM and 200 HD), with Tomcat 8.5.42
installed.  The web application has been successfully hosted also.

Now, with respect to tuning part, I have to clear some points before
making it on-line

1. How can I tune this server to cater high traffic.
2. What all are the parameters that I need to considered while tuning
3. Any open-source tools to generate high traffic and test the
currently configured server
4. Any references / biogs that I can refer regarding this topic
5. Any suggestions from your end.

Note: A brief about the the web application. Its a small recruitment
portal web application that lets
1. Clients to register their details
2. Allot a time-frame to have an on-line exam
3. Performs on-line exams for the selected candidates (another schedule)
4. Publish their results
5. Expected traffic rate 1000 hits/sec approx.
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Thank You

Best regards
Vinu Vibhu Sobhana

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