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On 11/6/17 7:51 AM, Mark Thomas wrote:
> On 06/11/17 12:42, Lueders, Paul T CIV USARMY NGIC (US) wrote:
>> CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED
>> I am currently using tomcat7 and would like to know when this
>> product will be EOL?
> No decision has been taken regarding Tomcat 7 EOL.
> It is the stated policy of the Tomcat developer community to
> provide 12 months notice of any EOL decision.
> It is unlikely the topic of EOL for Tomcat 7 will come up until
> there is a clear roadmap for (and some progress towards) the next
> iteration of the Servlet specification. That is unlikely to be soon
> given that the process of Oracle donating Java EE to Eclipse is
> going to take some time.
> My best guess right now is that Tomcat 7 will be supported to at
> least the end of 2019 and quite possibly beyond.
That being said, there are many reasons to upgrade to a later version.
I would recommend an upgrade to 8.0 immediately and that you begin
evaluation of using 8.5 for your application(s). Tomcat 8 offers more
features and improved performance over Tomcat 7. Tomcat 8.5 offers
even more of the same (especially NIO+OpenSSL), though I'm holding off
a little more until more little wrinkles get ironed-out (which only
seem to affect people doing somewhat specialized things like tricky
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