To get your Tomcat 7 server in the cloud, simply:
1. Log onto
2. Click Create Environment,
3. Pick Tomcat 7 for your application servers as shown in the picture below:
Once the environment is created, you can click Open in browser button next to the Tomcat server in the environment (expand the environment in the Environments pane at the top of the screen):
Then you can upload the Java application WAR package and deploy it to the environment.
Tomcat 7 is a little more resource intensive, but its hard not to like it. It is so easy to create complex web applications with it, pretty much negating the increased percentage in resource consumption over Tomcat 6.
|Servlet containers configuration||Resources being consumed by environment|
|1 Tomcat||100-115 MB (1 cloudlet)|
|2 Tomcats (no replication)||250-270 MB (4 cloudlets)|
|3 Tomcats||380-390 MB (5 cloudlets)|
|4 Tomcats (no replication)||445-460 MB (5 cloudlets)|
|2 Tomcats (replication on)||200-220 MB (3 cloudlets)|
|4 Tomcats (replication on)||450-465 MB (5 cloudlets)|