HTTP Servers section discusses web servers software, configuration,
administration and operation of such servers, and other related issues.
- Description: Full-featured, commercial Web server for the AS/400 developed by I/NET,
- Source: I/NET, Inc.
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:17:56
- Description: A full blown HTTP server entirely written in Java.
- Source: W3 Consortium
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:18:22
Common LISP Hypermedia Server
- Description: Free, full-featued, advanced, extensible HTTP server running on a number
of platforms. Available with complete sources. Good for synthesizing HTML.
- Source: MIT
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:18:38
- Description: A freeware HTTP server for the Macintosh by Bill Melotti.
- Source: Bill Melotti
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:18:58
Web Server 4D
- Description: Web Server 4D is wicked fast web server and database integrated into one application.
Lots of standard features, real-time tracking statistical tracking, serves pages from a high performance
database. Available for Macintosh and Windows NT.
- Source: Web Server 4D
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:22:03
- Description: Commercial NetWare Web Servers. Fast and powerful HTTP Server for
- Source: Edime
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:22:36
- Description: NetWare based
- Source: HiTecSoft, Corp.
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:22:58
Internet Information Server
- Description: Free full featured HTTP server, with NT integrated security. Supports
Active Server Pages (ASP). Comes with FTP and Gopher servers.
- Source: Microsoft Corp.
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:25:46
Netscape SuiteSpot Hosting Edition
- Description: Full featured HTTP server, with its own security. Comes with NNTP and
- Source: Netscape
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:27:56
- Description: Full featured HTTP server. Also runs on Windows 95.
- Source: O'Reilly
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:29:23
- Description: Public domain HTTP server. The January 1999 WWW server site
survey by Netcraft found that more web servers were using Apache than any other
software. Apache and its derivatives totaled over 53% of all web sites on the Internet.
- Source: Apache HTTP Server Project
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:30:29
- Description: Run by the NCSA HTTPd Development Team to test and demonstrate the
latest versions of NCSA HTTPd, and to provide documentation for it.
- Source: National Center for Supercomputing Applications
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:31:07
- Description: The W3C httpd is a generic public domain full-featured hypertext server
which can be used as a regular HTTP server. The server is typically running on port 80
to serve hypertext and other documents but it can also serve as a proxy -- a server on a
firewall machine -- that provides access for people inside a firewall to the outside world.
When running as proxy httpd may be configured to do caching of documents resulting in
faster response times.
- Source: W3C
- Last checked: 4/2/1999 01:31:38