By Ralph Eck on Jul, 03, 2013
Apache Tomcat is the one of the world’s most extensively used application servers and has nurtured along its reputation with application developers due to its lightweight nature and ease of use and by providing a commanding application platform with none of the price or difficulty of the traditional Java Enterprise Edition platforms. Monitis is proud to… Read the full post
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By Dan Fruehauf on Mar, 05, 2012
Webpage performance Web page performance as opposed to website performance is a bit more of an intricate job requiring familiarization with what is actually served on your website and how your web pages are woven together. If we’re talking about website performance – we most likely refer to web server performance – how fast requests… Read the full post
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By Hovhannes Avoyan on Jan, 24, 2012
The Internet is a great resource, but it is sometimes too much to wade through hundreds of web pages looking for tips about using Tomcat with a database. So we at Monitis have done it for you! Below are some of the more useful tips found in various places on the Internet.
By Hovhannes Avoyan on Dec, 14, 2011
Monitis is pleased to present the following tips for configuring Apache Tomcat for maximum performance. Apache Tomcat is an open source software implementation of the Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages technologies. Apache Tomcat powers numerous large-scale, mission-critical web applications across a diverse range of industries and organizations.
By Wawrzyniec on Nov, 18, 2011
Apache is the most popular webserver, and M3 (Monitis Monitor Manager) is one very powerful Monitis tool. It’s a no-brainer to bring them together. In this short document, first we will look briefly at how Apache presents its logs. Next we will define the way to measure the speed of a webserver, and finally we will learn… Read the full post
By Hovhannes Avoyan on Aug, 29, 2011
Apache and MySQL make up the backbone of many Linux based web servers. According to the August 2011 Web Server Survey by Netcraft, Apache currently runs on 65.18% (or 301,771,518!) of web servers. Similarly, MySQL is the most popular open source database and holds a significant portion of the market share – especially for web… Read the full post