A unified communications certificate (UCC), sometimes called a Microsoft Exchange SSL certificate, is a variant of SSL certificate designed specifically for Microsoft Exchange and Office Communications servers. But, why, you may be — but almost definitely aren’t — asking, why do Microsoft Exchange and Office Communications servers get their OWN SSL certificate?
Tomcat SSL: SSL Certificates for Tomcat Servers
Apache Tomcat servers are widely used to host websites and execute Java servlets. They’re application servers, and one of the most popular server-types our customers use. Unfortunately, sometimes Tomcat servers don’t play nicely with SSL — at least, this is the case if you’re not sure what you’re doing. That’s why we’ve written a Tomcat SSL guide that discusses SSL certificates for Tomcat Servers.