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chandrap prakash
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Hi,

We are going to deploy our spring based web application to production environment.
Till now for development envelopment we have used jetty server and on QA we used the tomcat.
It is going to production environment,so please let me know the best environment configuration to deploy.The application have heavy database search operations and will have a fair amount of concurrent users.
Which is better tomcat v/s jetty or any other alternatives.

Thanks & Regards,

Chandra Prakash
Joe Ess
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I've never used Jetty but there's no shortage of production systems using Tomcat. Have you tested your software on enterprise-level hardware under a production load?


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William Brogden
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The application have heavy database search operations


I would wager a modest sum that the database operations will take so much more time than the servlet API operations that it wont make any difference.

Pick a server with the management capabilities you need and work on optimizing the database.

Bill
 
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