Are you looking to do something not HTTP at all, so like just a straight TCP socket proxy? Or do you use HTTP upgrade to reuse the same port, and delegate the socket to another framework.

On Nov 21, 2014, at 2:54 AM, Rob Davies <> wrote:

I was wondering if you had any plans to expose raw tcp. Currently we use vert.x to power a reverse proxy in fabric8 (as it provides a really nice abstraction over sockets). We also have a requirement to run servlets, so I'm wondering about consolidating around one thing, as we yet need all the awesome features and functionality  that vert.x has.
Stuart Douglas 21 November 2014 08:07
You can do HTTP upgrade, what exactly are you after?


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Rob Davies 21 November 2014 07:32
Can we use raw tcp sockets with undertow ?

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Bill Burke 21 November 2014 03:13
I couldn't believe how easy it was to create an http security proxy for 
Keycloak using undertow. Undertow was insanely modular and easy to 
piece together how I wanted. Great work guys.


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