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Apache Tomcat 7 is your best choice (unless your application require legacy version), this is the current focus of development.
It builds upon the improvements made in Tomcat 6 and implements the Servlet 3.0, JSP 2.2 and EL 2.2 specifications. It brings java application memory leak
detection and prevention, generic CSRF protection out of the box and a lot of internal code clean-up. Recommended!
Apache Tomcat 6 is well tested and stable version. Builds upon the improvements made in version 5.5 and implements
the Servlet 2.5 and JSP 2.1 specifications. Tomcat 6 improvements: memory usage optimizations, advanced IO capabilities and refactored clustering.
If for some reason your application doesn't like Tomcat 7, then we recommend to use Tomcat 6.
Version 5.5 implements the Servlet 2.4 and JSP 2.0 specifications (exactly same as varsion 5.0). There are significant
changes in many areas of the internal code, resulting in performance optimizations and reduced garbage collection, server monitoring using JMX,
integrated session clustering. This is the minimal version we support, Tomcat 5.0 is not supported at all, as it brings nothing compared to version 5.5,
nothing but "not great" optimization and overuse of server resources.
Java language project started in June 1991 by James Gosling, Mike Sheridan, and Patrick Naughton. Initially designed for interactive TV. The language codename
was Oak, renamed to Green, and finally it become Java. The first stable version 1.0 was released by Sun back in 1995 with WORA promise ("Write Once, Run
Anywhere"). After successful lunch, all major browsers implemented Java applets support and Java become very popular. Java portability (WORA) is archived by
compiling the Java code to Java bytecode, instead of directly to platform-specific machine code. Java bytecode is interpreted by Java Virtual Machine next, and
it's up to specific JVM to execute code on platform-specific machine. The same piece of Java code can be writen once, compiled and executed on Windows, Linux,
Mac or any OS where Java Runtime Environment (JRE) can be installed. Most of Java code (JDK/SDK) was released as free and open source by Sun in 2006 under GNU
License (GPL). There were five primary goals in the creation of the Java language: It should be "simple, object-oriented and familiar", it should be "robust and
secure", it should be "architecture-neutral and portable", it should execute with "high performance", it should be "interpreted, threaded, and dynamic".
Learn more about Java Technology.
Here, at goJava.net we're provide full support for Java Enviroment and SDK (Software Development Kit) is installed on every server.
It is also possible to install your own instance of SDK/JRE under your account, so that you can run fully dedicated JVM under your account with your
custom configuration (some specific tasks, like importing self-signed SSL certificates to your Java cacerts, are not a problem when you host your Java
applications with us).
Apache Tomcat was initially a part of The Apache Jakarta Project founded in 1999, developing open source Java solutions.
All Jakarta java projects was slownly moved to top-level Apache projects and finally in 2011 Jakarta Project has been retired. Apache Tomcat is an open source implementation of
the Java Servlet and JSP technologies, released under Apache License v2. The Java Servlet and JSP specs are developed under the Java Community Process. Tomcat
powers numerous large-scale, mission-critical web applications across a diverse range of industries and organizations. The first version released with
Catalina servlet container was Tomcat version 4. Catalina implements Sun's specifications for java servlet and JSP. Jasper (JSP Engine) implements
Sun's JSP specifications. Learn more about Apache Tomcat.
Here, at goJava.net we're provide full support for Apache Tomcat, whatever you are looking to host simple JSP page or
complicated application with many servlets and massive backend code, we can help and assist with all Tomcat related issues.
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