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The Apache Web server is the most common open-source application among both non-adopters and potential adopters.
SpamAssassin is part of the Apache project, who are the makers of the popular Apache web server.
Pre-configured with the Linux operating system, Apache Web server, Sendmail, and Front Page server extensions, Cobalt RaQ server appliances provide the core web publishing, email, and file transfer services, upon which service providers and developers can build their solutions.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Covalent Technologies, a leading supplier of complete enterprise open source solutions, today announced that it is bundling Terracotta's clustering technology with Covalent's Enterprise Ready Server[TM], the most widely distributed Web infrastructure framework in Fortune 500 enterprises that combines the Apache Web server, Apache Tomcat Application Server, and related modules into a single, certified build.
LAMP is the acronym for the popular open source computing environment that comprises the Linux operating system, Apache Web server, MySQL database and Perl, Python or PHP scripting languages.
He was a primary developer of the Apache Web server and was a founding member of the Apache Group, which later became the Apache Software Foundation.
Designed to meet real-world requirements - where Mac workstations increasingly live in a Windows domain, often with Linux and Windows clients combined with web support from an Apache web server - CRYPTO-Server is the only authentication solution that makes it simple to positively authenticate each user within a heterogeneous environment.
4 also provides full support for a heterogeneous network, where (for example) Mac workstations live in a Windows domain often with a combination of Linux and Windows clients with web support from an Apache web server.
When you examine network trends across all industries, it is clear that we have truly entered the age of the heterogeneous network, where (for example) Mac workstations live in a Windows domain often with a combination of Linux and Windows clients with web support from an Apache web server - CRYPTO-Server 6.