Looks like Joachim's reply got a little truncated :-).
My personal opinion is that Nginx is far easier to configure for simple tasks like reverse-proxy configurations for Tomcat. So, if that's the only thing you're doing with it, then Nginx is pretty simple and low-profile.
Apache httpd is, again, in my opinion, more powerful in terms of feature set, and becomes easier to configure when you need other things like PHP, CGI, ASP, etc. - basically anything that does server-side processing of languages. Apache httpd has modules for most of those, and configuration of those modules is pretty straight-forward. I know a lot of them can be configured in Nginx, and I'm not expert on either httpd or Nginx, so, again, my personal experience driving my opinion.
For Guacamole, I generally use Nginx to front Tomcat, as it's usually the only thing I'm running on the server.
On Sat, Jun 27, 2020 at 8:15 AM Joachim Lindenberg <[hidden email]> wrote: