Server Under Test:
Apache TomEE 7.0.0-plus on Java 1.8.0_77-b03.
Version used: TomEE Plus:
"...Apache TomEE Plus delivers all that is in the Web Profile and JAX-RS, plus EJB Full, Java EE Connector Architecture, JMS and JAX-WS..."
http://repo.maven.apache.org/maven2/org/apache/tomee/apache-tomee/7.0.0/apache-tomee-7.0.0-plus.zip Download size: 50 MB (apache-tomee-7.0.0-plus.zip), the webprofile edition (apache-tomee-7.0.0-webprofile.zip) takes 35,5 MB.
HD size: 59 MB after installation, webprofile takes 42 MB
Server startup time: 568 ms
RAM consumption: < 30 Mb after deployment
apache-tomee-plus-7.0.0/webapps curl -O -L https://github.com/AdamBien/server-smoke/releases/download/v0.0.1/server-smoke.war
Deployment duration: 1,304 ms seconds
Test: open browser, http://localhost:8080/server-smoke/, push the button 'Please don't smoke'
Admin console: http://localhost:8080
TomEE is a small and fast server with decent Java EE 7 support (however it is not formally certified). TomEE is based on Tomcat and comes with comparable
The fully loaded "plus" edition is only ~17 MB larger (download and disk size), than the stripped down webprofile download.
Commercial support is available for TomEE directly from
tomitribe -- the source.
This blog is running on TomEE without any issues for years.
Server Smoke. TomEE Dockerfile is also available from docklands.
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