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Varun Chopra
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Hello Tanuj,

Congrats on publish of your book.
Do you also cover Best Practices wrt Tomcat 7. For example:

a) Best practices for configuring server
b) Best practices for security
c) Best practices for Performance - When to cluster and how and clustering versus load balancing

Best Regards
Varun


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tanuj khare
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Joined: May 02, 2012
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Hi Varun,
Thanks for the wishes, yes all the three mentioned below points are covered in my book

a) Best practices for configuring server
b) Best practices for security
c) Best practices for Performance - When to cluster and how and clustering versus load balancing

Regards, Tanuj Khare
author of Apache Tomcat 7 Essentials
 
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