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

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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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