What are ‘Apaches’?
Apache web servers are web servers, not software, and can be used to host files and programs.
Some Apache web servers have been built to run on Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X, while others have been developed for other platforms.
The Apache Software Foundation maintains a repository of open source web servers and their software.
What are Apaches’ capabilities?
Apache is an open source software package for running Apache web server software.
Apache software is distributed under the Apache Software License, Version 2.0.
Apaches web servers use HTTP to communicate with other web servers.
Apache is built with the Apache web framework, and its standard libraries and tools are built with Python, Ruby, and Perl.
A variety of Apache web applications, including Apache Storm, Apache Joomla!, and Apache WebCache, are built on top of Apache.
Apampros software is used to process web content, which is then stored and processed by Apache, but some Apache servers are also configured to process other web content.
Apacomms software is the standard for web servers that are run as part of an organization’s IT infrastructure.
A common use case for Apacomm’s is handling the administration of multiple databases in a distributed, distributed, and distributed-relational database environment.
Apastreams software, which can run in many operating systems, is used for web hosting.
Apache uses apache2, a lightweight, modular, and highly scalable web server engine.
Apis-compatible Web ServersA web server with an Apache-compatible web server can be configured to be run on a variety of operating systems.
Some web servers also use other Apache software, such as apache-httpd, apache, or apache3.
In addition to standard operating systems and web servers built for them, the Apache community maintains several Apache-specific web server configurations.
Apica configuration files are the most commonly used for Apache configuration files.
These files can be found in the Apache Configuration Files repository, or can be downloaded from the Apache download page.
For more information on Apache configuration, see Apache Configuration Reference.
Apace documentation is an online, comprehensive, and easy-to-use reference for Apache web service configuration and configuration management.