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Install and configure a development Web server in UNIX

Build a fast, functional, and free Web server while jump-starting your UNIX skills

Matthew Skamser, Software Consultant, Solution Destination, Inc.
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Matthew L. Skamser is an IT consultant and Studio B author with more than 10 years of experience architecting, administering, troubleshooting, and tuning Web applications in enterprise server environments. His clients have included IBM, Lockheed Martin/United States Air Force, and WorldBank. He has multiple IBM Certified Systems Expert certifications and received his bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems from Northern Arizona University. You can reach Matthew at matt@solutiondestination.com.

Summary:  Get a detailed, step-by-step approach to installing and configuring a development or test Apache Tomcat server. Along the way, pick up helpful tips on how to build and administer your Web or application server in a UNIX® environment.

Date:  15 Jul 2008
Level:  Intermediate PDF:  A4 and Letter (358 KB)Get Adobe® Reader®

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By now, you should be well on your way to deploying and testing your dynamic J2EE application on your new Tomcat server! Hopefully, you learned about common Web architecture, how to install and configure your Tomcat development server on your UNIX operating system, and picked up some good UNIX administration tips along the way. From here, the possibilities are endless, and there's still a lot to learn.

Best of luck!

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