Eclipse Jetty - Servlet Engine and Http Server
Eclipse Jetty is a Java-based web server and implementation of the Servlet Specification and is currently a part of the Eclipse Foundation. Code is hosted at GitHub and is distributed under the Apache 2.0 license and Eclipse Public License 1.0. It was initially implemented in 1995 as MBServler, and has gone through 6 major releases since then. It is now one of the premier implementations of the Servlet standard as found by the monthly survey found at Netcraft.com. While that survey would not count Jetty instances behind firewalls, Apache HTTPD facades, load balancers, or instances with identifiers turned off, it still finds nearly a quarter million internet domains served directly by versions of the Jetty server. Since the version 3.3 release of the Eclipse IDE, Jetty has been employed to serve its help system. It is a mature project and technology, with numerous committers, both to its core, and to its add-on efforts. Furthermore, numerous commercial products and other open source projects use Jetty as an integral component. The Jetty Powered Page shows many examples of commercial use.
|10.0 Release Review||2020-03-04|
|9.3.0 Release Review||2015-02-25|
|9.2.0 Release Review||2014-04-16|
|9.1 Release Review||2013-10-16|
|9.0.0 Release Review||2013-02-06|
|7.5 and 8.0 Release||2011-08-31|