Resources

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 below

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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TomEE for Every Day!

The “TomEE for the Holidays” campaign ended on January 16th of this year. It was great to see so many new Contributors (close to 50) join the TomEE project. In addition, participation from veteran contributors skyrocketed resulting in a level of communication and collaboration that would make any open source community proud. With the success of the “TomEE for the Holidays” initiative, the question became obvious: “How can we (Tomitribe) maintain a high level of participation and comradery in the project?” There were many things that made “TomEE for the Holidays” a success. Encouraging people new to open source to…
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It’s Easy! The Anatomy of a JIRA Issue

One of things that I had to learn about when joining the TomEE open source project was JIRA. JIRA is an issue tracking system with some light project management. It’s a great tool for keeping track of who is working on what and what bugs or issues need to be addressed. Note: JIRA isn’t an acronym it’s a truncation of the word, Gojira which is the real Japanese name for Godzilla. The folks that created JIRA chose the name as a tongue-in-cheek jab at their biggest rival at the time, Bugzilla. When you join the TomEE community you will end…
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It’s Easy! Get the TomEE Source Code and Join the Community

One of the greatest joys of my life has been working in Open Source. Why? First, I get to work on exactly what I want when I want. Software development is a creative process and working for someone else doesn’t always let me express myself. I need that. If my contributions are helpful, in line with the project’s goals, and are approved by my peers I can make a difference. That brings me to the second thing I love about open source: The people. Every project is different but in the TomEE project, everyone is volunteering their efforts and time…