After using NGASI App Manager for several years, we were pretty unhappy to learn they were going out of business.
We took the opportunity to develop our own Java provisioning system, CoffeeCP.
CoffeeCP is available for cPanel, as well as Virtualmin and Webmin (with other control panels soon to come).
It can be provisioned via WHMCS or directly on your servers.
Unlike NGASI, CoffeeCP is not a Java application itself, so it has a very small footprint.
Also unlike NGASI, it is not a separate control panel, users access all functions via cPanel, Webmin, etc..
The cPanel version is built with JSON and PHP and the Virtualmin and Webmin versions are built with Perl.
So, no extra overhead.
If you are or were a NGASI user, or just want to add Java to your hosting offerings, have a look at CoffeeCP
All plans include Unlimited Installations, so you also have the benefit of a fixed monthly overhead and won't need to buy additional licenses for each VM or server you turn up.
If you are looking to turn up a full, Open Source GIS stack with the latest versions of all software, check out GeoHelm.
GeoHelm installs the latest, stable releases of
It takes only 10 minutes to install
It also provides a UI within Webmin for managing all aspects of the stack (see screenshot below)
Best of all, it doesn't get tangled-up in the software, the module can be completely deleted with no impact on the stack.
It's always good to see I'm still getting new comments on my Tomcat 7 post from back in 2011(!).
Yesterday, we released our Tomcat Module for Webmin
The module works like any other Webmin module and allows you to install and manage Apache Tomcat from within Webmin.
The module provides a GUI for you to Stop, Start, and Restart Tomcat, Deploy and Un-Deploy WAR files, as well as edit the main configuration files.
The easiest way to install it is to simply go to Webmin->Webmin Configuration->Webmin Modules
In the 'From ftp or http URL', enter:
Refresh the main page and you should see "Apache Tomcat" under "Servers" in Webmin menu.
Click the "Install Now" button to install Tomcat and Java.
Below are Some Screen Shots
Tomcat Module WAR Manager:
Tomcat Module Configuration Editor:
If you prefer to use GIT, you can follow below:
$ git clone https://github.com/AcuGIS/Tomcat-Webmin-Module
$ mv Tomcat-Webmin-Module tomcat
$ tar -cvzf tomcat.wbm.gz /tomcat
Tested on Ubuntu 12, 14, 15, and 16
Tested on CentOS 6x64 and 7x64
haveged helps Tomcat start much faster.
yum install epel-release yum install haveged chkconfig haveged onDebian
Tested on Debian 7 and 8
tomcat_env doesn't work, because tomcat service(/usr/local/etc/rc.d/tomcat8) is not sourcing the setenv.sh file. Work around is to set tomcat7_java_opts= in service file.
Install tomcat packages manually and then install module, because Webmin doesn't support pacman. Go to Existing Tomcat Installations below.
pacman --noconfirm -S tomcat8 tomcat-native jre8-openjdkOpenSuSe
Install tomcat packages manually and then install module. Go to Existing Tomcat Installations below.
zypper -n install tomcat tomcat-webapps tomcat-admin-webapps
Installing on Existing Tomcat Installations
You can also use the module to manage an existing installation as well.
1. Install via Webmin->Webmin Configuration->Webmin Modules
2. Under Server > Apache Tomcat click on the configuration icon in the top left corner.
3. Update the configuration paths to your existing Tomcat paths.
4. You should now be able to use all functionality.
Please post any issue here or at https://github.com/AcuGIS/Tomcat-Webmin-Module
Happy Tomcat'ing :)