Configure Tomcat to support a maximum number of requests

It passed a while since we described why it is important to manage the number of connections your embedded Tomcat can handle and in that episode we promised that we’ll describe how to do that for a classical Tomcat container. Actually, this is very easy to realize just by setting the value of maxThreads inside […]

How to customize the embedded Tomcat

We started several time ago a series of posts that show step by step how to build a microservice using Java platform and to run it in AWS Beanstalk. The microservice runs using an embedded version of the Tomcat web server. In this post, we’ll continue with a new topic about how to improve availability […]

Make your “Hello World” service production ready

Starting from the prototype presented in a the previous post, you enhanced it with all the business logic your service requires, you tested it and now it is ready to reach production in order to serve requests. If you have reached that point, you probably wonder what else to do before deploying it. There are […]

Enhance your RESTful service with Swagger UI

In the previous post we described how to build a very simple RESTful service – basically a Java application built to be run inside a Beanstalk application. We promised you that we’ll come with several tips to make your service configurable and resilient and to help you during the development. Today we are going to […]