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MySQL™ and JSP™ Web Applications: Data-Driven Programming Using Tomcat and MySQL by James Turner

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The End of the Book

Well, here you are, 18 chapters later, with a better understanding of what goes into integrating JSP and JDBC into a working Web site.

By now, you should understand that security is a critical consideration when deploying a Web site. You need to consider several types of security: physical, network, and administrative.

Hosting off-site reduces several of your security concerns and also might increase your reliability because of factors such as redundant power and network connections. You can spread the load between more than one server by using load balancing, and you can reduce the load by tuning your database properly and using Apache for mundane HTTP requests.

You should use SSL to encrypt secure traffic between the server ...

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