Apache Tomcat is a popular option for enterprises who need a lightweight web server or servlet container to serve their Java-based web applications. But strategically deploying and configuring Tomcat to fit the unique needs of your applications while ensuring long-term resilience, performance, and security, can be a challenge.

So how can organizations overcome this challenge to find lasting success with Tomcat?

About the Webinar

In this on-demand webinar featuring Javier Perez, Chief OSS Evangelist at Perforce, and Joe Carder, Enterprise Architect at OpenLogic by Perforce, they will discuss all things Tomcat, including:

  • Who Is Using Tomcat and Why
  • When to Consider Tomcat vs. Alternative Application Servers
  • Common Issues for Enterprise Tomcat Deployments
  • Best Practices for Tomcat Resilience, Performance, and Security
  • And More!

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Javier Perez

Chief OSS Evangelist and Senior Director of Product Management, Perforce Software

Passionate about technology and open source software, Javier is the Chief Open Source Evangelist and Senior Director of Product Management at Perforce Software. He is responsible for technical thought leadership and advocacy for open source software while driving the OpenLogic by Perforce offering. Javier has been in the application development, open source, cloud, app security, AI, SaaS, and mobile industries for 25+ years. As a speaker and blogger, he has had the opportunity to present at industry events all over the world. Javier holds an honors degree in Computer Systems and an MBA.

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Joe Carder

Enterprise Solutions Architect, OpenLogic by Perforce

Joe has been working in IT for the past 25 years, with 15 of those years specializing in web and application based enterprise solutions. He focuses currently on Apache Web Server and J2EE technologies.