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If you are currently using Apache Tomcat or looking to use Apache TomEE, take a look at our resources.

TomEE & Tomitribe Videos to Watch

If you are looking for more information about TomEE or Tomitribe, here is a collection of videos we’ve assembled to make your life easier.

Deconstructing REST Security

David Blevins

Aquecimento API SUMMIT

Otávio Santana

Baking a Microservice PI(e)

Roberto Cortez

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Case Studies & Reports

Tomitribe is proud to impact these companies in a positive way & is happy to show you it in detail.

Nasa

Apache TomEE, A Successful Open Source Migration Journey for NASA

@WalmartLabs

enables over 245 million customers to visit Walmart’s 11k stores, in 28 countries, & 10 websites worldwide.

RebelLabs

Fresh Catch! Migrating from Glassfish to JBoss or TomEE

Sonatype

Tomitribe & Nexus Lifecycle: Champions of Open Source Security

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Apache TomEE

#156 Bash, Apple and EJB, TomEE, Geronimo and Jakarta EE

New podcast episode with @dblevins.  Apple and EJB, @ApacheTomEE, @tomitribe, @JakartaEE, the benefits of code generation with bash, and over-engineering"--the 156th http://airhacks.fm
Jakarta EE

Using Tomcat’s `tomcat-users.xml` with Jakarta Security in TomEE

While working on Jakarta EE 10 certification (See announcement Apache Tomee Jakarta EE certified after 10 years, Apache TomEE implemented Jakarta Security specification.  Currently, there is only one implementation used in Glassfish and used by all the other vendors for Jakarta Security. In TomEE, we decided to create an alternative to bring some diversity, and have an Apache implementation. What is Jakarta Security? Jakarta Security defines a standard for creating secure Jakarta EE applications in modern application paradigms. It defines an overarching (end-user targeted) Security API for Jakarta EE Applications. Jakarta Security builds on the lower level Security SPIs defined…
Apache TomEE

Understanding Jakarta Security with TomEE

There are many blogs explaining how to get Jakarta Security on Tomcat using all sorts of libraries and wiring everything manually. So many opportunities to get it wrong, if you are evaluating or currently using Apache TomEE. In TomEE, the good news is that, like JAX-RS, CDI or Bean Validation, Jakarta Security is out of the box ready to be used like Servlet, and CDI for example. This blog is a high-level view so you have the big picture of the technologies and how they interact with each other in the security landscape. The goal is to be able to…