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The following provides quick start installation instructions for Jetty. You can download the latest Jetty core components directly from Eclipse, or you can follow the link to download older Jetty versions . This page also provides Jetty packaged for Linux distributions and Hightide.

Downloading Jetty

Jetty Releases from Eclipse

Jetty 7 and later core components have moved to Eclipse. Some accessories (maven-plugin rpms, debs, hightide) will still be available from codehaus. Jetty 7 version numbers use four digits; the last digit may differ between Eclipse and codehaus.

An example of versioning: for jetty-server-7.0.0.X in the org.eclipse.jetty packages, there could be several matching releases of jetty-maven-plugin-7.0.0.y jetty-maven-plugin-7.0.0.y+1 from the org.mortbay packages.

  • Eclipse Downloads:
    • Jetty Web Server (HTTP & Websocket)
    • Jetty Servlet Container
    • JNDI, JMX, OSGi, JASPI modules
    • HTTP Client
  • Codehaus Downloads:
    • Hightide Application Server (Jetty WebServer plus EE features)
    • Jetty Maven plugin
    • JSP, Spring, terracotta, openspaces, wadi, JVM httpserver integrations
    • debian, RPM distributions

Older Jetty Releases from codehaus

Older Jetty releases can be downloaded by following the instructions on the codehaus wiki page

Maven Repositories

Linux Distributions

Hightide Releases

Hightide is a release of Jetty bundled with JNDI, JTA, JMS, and other EE technologies.



Versions are described in the Jetty 7 Changelog.

Jetty 7 and Jetty 8 are now EOL (End of Life)

All development and stable releases are being performed with Jetty 9.
This wiki is now officially out of date and all content has been moved to the Jetty Documentation Hub

Direct Link to updated documentation:

Note: cometd server is not shipped within the Jetty distribution, it can be obtained from the website.

You can also see the comparison table for earlier version of Jetty.


Jetty 7 is dual-licensed under the Apache License 2.0 and Eclipse Public License 1.0.

Installing Jetty

Please see the Quick Start Guide to quickly install and get started with a binary version of Jetty. For installing other versions, see How to Install Jetty.

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