Friday, 25 May 2018

AWS Elastic Beanstalk now support Apache HTTP Server v2.4 and Apache Tomcat v8.5

AWS Elastic Beanstalk applications can now be developed by using Apache Tomcat v8.5. Apache Tomcat v8.5 enhances the performance, stability and other notable highlights such as adding support for HTTP/2 and using the OpenSSL for TLS support with JSSE connectors. AWS Elastic Beanstalk now also supports and defaults to Apache HTTP Server v2.4 for all Tomcat environments. You can choose to operate Tomcat using the existing Apache HTTP server v2.2. Apache HTTP Server v2.4 offers to enhance asynchronous I/O support, reduced memory usage and improved performance. 

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