Roxen: Roxen Challenger is a highly advanced and secure web server tailored for
serving dynamic pages, yet still mastering static pages. Last modification on December 18 2000.
The WN Web server: WN is a server for the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Its primary
design goals are security, robustness, and flexibility, in that order. One of
its objectives is to provide functionality usually available only with complex
CGI scripts without the necessity of writing or using these scripts. Last modification on December 16 2000.
Apache Week: Free weekly information newsletter about Apach. Last modification on December 21 2000.
Jigsaw: The HTTP server from the W3C, written and extensible in Java. Last modification on November 29 2000.
AOLServer: Free (?) HTTP server. Last modification on December 29 2000.
mod_perl: intrgrate Perl into Apache Last modification on December 15 2000.
Stronghold: Commercial version of Apache, with SSL encryption. Last modification on December 30 2000.
Apache-SSL. Last modification on November 28 2000.
Apache-SSL: Secure Webserver (using SSLeay) Last modification on November 28 2000.
Boa Web Server: A high speed, lightweight web server (HTTP protocol). Based on direct
use of the select(2) system call, it internally multiplexes all connections
without forking, for maximum speed and minimum system resource use. Last modification on November 8 2000.
Apache JServ: Java enabled Apache. Last modification on April 3 1999.
Xitami: Free HTTP server, with source code. Last modification on August 3 2000.
Hawkeye: Hawkeye is a complete Internet/Intranet server suite, implementing the
most important Internet protocols for information interchange. Think of it as
an integrated Web, Mail, News, File and Chat server. Last modification on October 24 1999.
Apache Solutions: Commercial support for Apache. Last modification on December 8 2000.
Medusa: A High-Performance Internet Server Architecture: Medusa is an architecture for very-high-performance TCP/IP servers (like
HTTP, FTP, and NNTP). Medusa is different from most other servers because it
runs as a single process, multiplexing I/O with its various client and server
connections within a single process/thread. Medusa is written in Python . Last modification on November 16 1998.
RabIT: HTTP proxy cache. Last modification on December 14 1998.
Fhttpd: fhttpd is an FTP/HTTP server based on the model with multiple server
processes modules with one asyncronous main process. This model allows HTTP
server to have various application modules running either locally or on remote
hosts. Last modification on August 6 2000.