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Java: Running Tomcat Behind Apache with mod_rewrite and mod_proxy

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Java » Basics — about 8 years ago
Why do we need to put Tomcat behind an Apache server? Such a solution is widely used to improve the performance of high-load environments. Being a fast, secure and flexible HTTP server and having a variety of modules, Apache easily provides some additional functionality for various purposes.

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