Most of the web apps I setup with HSTS have apache httpd in front of them. I set it up in httpd and call it a day. It's pretty straight forward. I tend to lean toward httpd for end user facing interfaces because it's much easier to manage and secure 1 piece of software (httpd) than trying to deal with all the different versions of jetty, wildfly, jboss, websphere, tomcat, nginx, etc. floating around out there. Using something like httpd also allows me to consolidate many apps into a single web server using virtualhosts with https/sni. It's not such a big deal with something like Remedy because there are limited web interfaces, but when dealing with hundreds of user facing endpoints, it simplifies things. My 2 cents.
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