2Apache HTTP Continues to Dominate the Web
Apache’s claim to fame has long been that it is the No. 1 HTTP Web server. As of August 2013, Apache HTTP powers 46.96 percent of the Web.
3A Simple Configuration File Is at the Core of Apache HTTP
4Apache Traffic Server Provides a Fast-Caching Proxy
The HTTP Web server is one of many Web-serving technologies that the ASF hosts. The Apache Traffic Server project was first started by Yahoo and provides a fast-caching proxy server that can accelerate page delivery and response times.
5Apache Tomcat Is a Widely Deployed Java Application Server
When it comes to Java application deployment, the Apache Tomcat project is a popular choice. There are a number of large Web properties that use Tomcat, including Walmart and The Weather Channel.
6Apache Hadoop Leads the Big Data Revolution
7Google’s Not the Only Search Engine Technology
8OpenOffice Has Been Downloaded Over 60 Million Times
In 2011, a year after Oracle completed its acquisition of Sun Microsystems, Oracle donated the Apache OpenOffice project to the ASF. OpenOffice includes word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, drawing and database components. According to the project, OpenOffice has cumulatively been downloaded over 60 million times.
9Apache Bloodhound Tracks Down Development
10CloudStack Pushes Open-Source Cloud Computing Forward
CloudStack has its roots in a company known as Cloud.com that was acquired by Citrix in July 2011. In April 2012, Citrix moved CloudStack development to the ASF in a bid to expand the community and open-source developer interaction. The most recent version of CloudStack is the 4.1 release that debuted in June of this year.