Question2Replies117ViewsX Yes Polampalli Member since 2013 3 posts Delta Dental Posted: 1 year agoLast activity: 1 year 9 months ago Closed Switching Application Server from Web Logic to Tomcat - Need Suggestions/PrecautionsHello All,Need your suggestions/precautions here :)We have a plan to switch the only Application Server from Web Logic to Tomcat for our current Pega version 6.3 SP1, and DB is Oracle.So here, did someone see any issues earlier part of the conversion and do we see any performance gaps when comparing to Web Logic AS.Please provide your thoughts on this.Thank you!Regards,Saidi***Updated by moderator: Lochan to update platform capability*** Data Integration System Administration ReplyI also have this Question (0) FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 1 year agoMERLX PEGA replied to Yes PolampalliTomcat is used by Pega cloud so you are unlikely to have a bad surprise. Tomcat is also the first application server used by Pega support consultant. Maybe you need to pay attention to JDBC setting (also any timeout settings) but overall you should be fine. You can also run Weblogic and Tomcat side by side connecting to the same database. So you can compare performance live for the same request on both application server. Of course the main difference between Tomcat and Weblogic is that tomcat is a only a Web container so you can't deploy your custom EJB in tomcat. But I don't see many people using EJB anymore. Pay attention if you use "JMS MDB" listener. I think you will have to swith to "JMS" listener instead. If you don't use J2EE feature such EJB, message driven bean etc then the conversion should be really easy. Posted: 1 year agoYes Polampalli Delta Dental replied to MERLXGot you, thank you Merlin.