Open source Web and application servers

  • March 23, 2004 23 Mar'04

    Apache upgrades, plugs three security holes

    The latest release of the Apache Web server closes three potentially worrisome security holes.

  • January 15, 2004 15 Jan'04

    Red Hat warns of problem in Apache

    Linux distributor Red Hat issued an advisory warning administrators of a buffer overflow problem in the Apache Web server. The alert was one of four sent out Wednesday by Red Hat.

  • November 17, 2003 17 Nov'03

    JBoss to indemnify app server customers

    JBoss Group is offering its JBoss application server customers indemnification from any legal action stemming from intellectual property infringement.

  • October 02, 2003 02 Oct'03

    Samba expert digs into 3.0 upgrade

    Samba Team co-founder John H. Terpstra dances you deep into the Samba 3.0 upgrade.

  • October 01, 2003 01 Oct'03

    Samba upgrade enables simple NT 4.0 migration

    Administrators are one command away from seamless NT 4.0 migration, server consolidation and other cost savings with Samba 3.0.

  • August 06, 2003 06 Aug'03

    LinuxWorld: Sun commits to open source desktop, new alliances

    Sun Microsystems had a busy day at LinuxWorld on Tuesday, announcing a new open-source desktop, Java 3D technologies and new partnerships.

  • July 01, 2003 01 Jul'03

    Code inspection puts Apache on par with commercial Web servers

    A recent code inspection of version 2.1 of the open source Apache Web server favorably compared it to commercial Web servers at a similar stage of the development cycle.

  • February 26, 2003 26 Feb'03

    JBoss founder: Time is now for open-source application servers

    The case for using an open-source application server has never been stronger, according to Marc Fleury, president of JBoss Group LLC, a privately held services company based in Atlanta. Fleury, the company's founder, was one of the developers of the...

  • February 14, 2003 14 Feb'03

    Linux/Samba holds its own (and more) with Win2000

    Make any comparison between the reliability, scalability and total cost of ownership (TCO) of Microsoft Windows 2000 and Linux, and someone's bound to object. "The areas of scalability, reliability and TCO are highly subjective and emotional," said ...