In a previous post I talked about the advantages of unifying Web Applications and Web Services or APIs into a single server runtime. And about some of the advantages of making Apache Tomcat part of the WSO2 Carbon family.
But there possibly isn’t any aspect of a Carbon-based Tomcat more exciting than combining it with the power of WSO2 Stratos, the WSO2 Carbon-based cloud middleware platform. Stratos provides hosting on the cloud with all the advantages that implies: the agility of instant self-service provisioning, elasticity to automatically scale up with business peaks and down as demand subsides, the efficiencies of multi-tenant architecture, and greater intelligence through full monitoring and metering.
As a WSO2 Carbon family product, this means Tomcat Web applications can be deployed on the cloud! Either on your private cloud infrastructure, or on the WSO2 public cloud, relieving your businesses of the chore of maintaining their own IT infrastructure.
We’re very proud to offer the first commercial release of Tomcat available as either server-based software, a virtual machine image, or as a multi-tenant platform as a service (PaaS) on private or public clouds.
You can try the Tomcat WebApp samples, deploy your own WebApp, and more at https://appserver.cloud.wso2.com.
Afkham Azeez, Senior Architect and Senior Manager
Azeez’s blog: http://blog.afkham.org/