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|Private JVM Heap||No – JVM Heap is shared among other java web apps residing on the same shared tomcat instance.||Yes – you get a your very own dedicated JVM Heap which equates reliability, security, and high availability
of your web app.
|Ability to Start/Stop Tomcat||No – you have to open a support ticket for our technical staff to restart tomcat.||Yes – you can restart tomcat at anytime either via SSH or via our online web console.|
|Ability to Start/Stop JBoss||Not Applicable||Not Applicable|
|Tomcat Manager/Admin||No – you don’t get access to Tomcat Manager/Admin||Yes – you get access to Tomcat Manage/Admin|
|Easy deployment of WAR files||No – you will have to upload your WAR files and manually unpack it yourself. Tomcat’ s automatic detection and unpacking of WAR files is disabled due to this is a Shared Tomcat environment.||Yes – you can deploy your WAR files via Tomcat Manager, SSH or simply upload it and Tomcat automatically detects and unpacks it.|
|Ability to install different software versions of JDK, Tomcat, etc.||No – since it’ s a shared tomcat environment, you’ re bound by the shared tomcat version available which is version 5.5.x and JDK 1.5/1.6||Yes – you can have custom versions installed
|Ability to increase JVM Heap size||No – with shared tomcat you cannot increase your JVM heap size since you’ re on a shared JVM heap||Yes – you can request additional JVM heap increase.|