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vaadin:mod_proxy [2020/06/04 18:21]
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 ~~Title: Deployment: mod_proxy~~ ~~Title: Deployment: mod_proxy~~
-Usually, a JVx application will be installed on a Java application server like Tomcat, Wildfly, etc. This will be good enough for small and simple scenarios but Enterprise installations are behind a load balanced web server like Apache ​httpd, nginx, etc.+Usually, a JVx application will be installed on a Java application server like Tomcat, Wildfly, etc. This will be good enough for small and simple scenarios but Enterprise installations are behind a load balanced web server like Apache ​http server, nginx, etc.
  
-We'll show you a simple configuration option for Apache ​httpd with mod_proxy:+We'll show you a simple configuration option for Apache ​http server ​with mod_proxy:
  
 Assume the application is avaiable under http://​localhost:​8080/​webapp/​web/​ui/​ Assume the application is avaiable under http://​localhost:​8080/​webapp/​web/​ui/​
  
-In order to use an Apache ​httpd in front of Apache Tomcat, simple add following to the config file of Apache ​httpd:+In order to use an Apache ​http server ​in front of Apache Tomcat, simple add following to the config file of Apache ​http server:
  
 <file bash> <file bash>
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