What is Tomcat Apache?
Tomcat Apache, often pronounced as Tomcat, is an open source web server and servlet container, which is created by the Apache Server Foundation (ASF). It is one of many Apache related open source product used by many IT experts in accomplishing the various tasks and objectives. Tomcat is developed and maintained by an open source collaboration under the endorsement of the Apache Software Foundation, released under the Apache License 2.0.
Apache Tomcat allows the implementation of Java Servlets and renders web pages that include Java Server Page coding. Apache users can also access resources for configuration and use extensible Markup Language (XML) to configure projects. Tomcat is an application server that can be used as either an individual product with its own internal web server or together with other web servers, including Apache Netscape Enterprise Server, Microsoft Personal Web Server and Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS). Tomcat server requires a Java Runtime Enterprise Environment that confirms to JRE 1.1 or later versions. Other successive versions of Tomcat have resolved complex issues by applying software patches updates.