Tomcat Review

We have to bounce the servers every three months but there's no investment and a huge return. ​


Valuable Features

It's a rock solid Java host.

Improvements to My Organization

It is at the core of our production application server environment.

Room for Improvement

None that I can think of.

Use of Solution

I've been using it for 10 years,

Deployment Issues

No, it's rock solid.

Stability Issues

The server needs to be bounced every three months. We reboot on schedule whether we need to or not.

Scalability Issues

No issues encountered.

Customer Service and Technical Support

Customer Service:

It's open source and the community is very helpful.

Technical Support:

It's open source and the community is very helpful.

Previous Solutions

We used IBM WebSphere, but the cost drove us to Tomcat.

Initial Setup

It's drop dead easy.

Implementation Team

We did it all in-house.

ROI

No investment, and a huge return.

Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing

We bounce the servers every three months, but other than that the costs are trivial.

Other Solutions Considered

We looked at other products from IBM, Sun, BEA and a couple others.

Other Advice

Do it. Drop it in and if you have huge traffic requirements, drop it on a couple of machines and run a network balancer.

Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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