- Comparing Apache Tomcat Performance Across Platforms, Sys-Con LiNUX, By Frank Ziglar, Apr 28, 2006
— They have measured performance information to distinguish the differences between the Windows and Linux platforms. Given comparable hardware we found the performance differences almost trivial.
I would like to leave my memos related to my "kung-fu" for some technology insights. Kung-fu doesn't only mean a battle style, but means hacking one's own life.
Tuesday, January 09, 2007
Apache Tomcat Performance
Frank Ziglar reports on the peformance of Tomcat, one of the most used Sevlet engines in the world (Some statistics can be found here), on Window and Linux platforms.
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