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Subject cvs commit: httpd-site/info in_the_news_1999.html in_the_news_1997.html
Date Tue, 06 Mar 2001 18:23:39 GMT
mjc         01/03/06 10:23:37

  Modified:    .        in_the_news.html
               info     in_the_news_1997.html
  Added:       info     in_the_news_1999.html
  Log:
  Time to bring these pages back up to date.  Step one, move the old stuff
  out of the way.  (Step two is to add in all the articles from 2000, Step
  three is to work out if we want to split this list into ASF and individual
  projects)
  Submitted by: mjc@apache.org
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
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  Index: in_the_news.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-site/in_the_news.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.53
  retrieving revision 1.54
  diff -u -r1.53 -r1.54
  --- in_the_news.html	2001/01/05 02:21:32	1.53
  +++ in_the_news.html	2001/03/06 18:23:32	1.54
  @@ -25,10 +25,11 @@
   <P>
   Also check out the <A HREF="awards.html">awards won by the Apache software</A>.
   </P>
  -<UL>
  - <LI><A HREF="info/in_the_news_1997.html">Articles in 1996 and 1997</A>
  - </LI>
  -</UL>
  +<P>
  +Apache in the News: 2001,2000 |
  +                    <a href="info/in_the_news_1999.html">1999,1998</a> |
  +                    <a href="info/in_the_news_1997.html">1997,1996</a>
  +</P>
   <HR>
   
   <P>
  @@ -67,394 +68,6 @@
         -- its most unknown application."
    </EM>
   </BLOCKQUOTE>
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  -  <CITE>CNN.com / IDG.net / LinuxWorld</CITE>, December 1999:
  -  "<A HREF="http://www.cnn.com/1999/TECH/computing/12/28/covalent.idg/index.html">
  -  Does Covalent have a recipe for open source success?</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  -  <EM>"Today, [Covalent Technologies] is focused exclusively on
  -      providing support and products for the Apache server...  The goal will
  -      be an enterprise-level Apache solution that can compete successfully
  -      with Microsoft and Netscape for use by the largest ecommerce sites."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  -  <CITE>CNN.com / IDG.net / The Industry Standard</CITE>, November 1999:
  -  "<A HREF="http://www.cnn.com/TECH/computing/9911/24/top10.hardware.tis.idg/index.html">
  -  10 companies that will make the Web grow </A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  -  <EM>"Expect the software to make significant inroads into
  -      enterprise, as IBM slowly meshes the software into its Web server
  -      and transforms its global consultants into Apache experts."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  -  <CITE>Dr. Dobbs Journal</CITE>, September 1999: 
  -  "<A HREF="http://www.ddj.com/articles/1999/9909/9909o/9909o.htm">
  -  The Negotiator</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  -  <EM>"The Apache Group earned the right to lead the way in
  -      server-side Java by proving to Sun and the rest of the world that
  -      volunteer programmers working together can deliver high-quality code
  -      on predetermined schedules."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  -  <CITE>PC Magazine</CITE>, March 23, 1999 Issue:
  -  "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/features/opensource/390830.html">
  -  Apache Rules The Web</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  -  <EM>"No program has done more to dispel the notion that open-source
  -       can't survive in the real world than the Web server Apache."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>Apple Computer, Inc.</CITE>, January 5, 1999, Press Release:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.apple.com/pr/library/1999/jan/05osxserver.html"
  -  >Apple Mac OS X Server Uses Apache</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"Apple has chosen to include the Apache HTTP Server
  -      in their new Mac OS X Server OS."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>NewMedia</CITE>, January 1999, vol. 9.1, cover story:
  - "<A HREF="http://newmedia.com/newmedia/99/01/feature/Set_Free.html"
  -  >Set Your Code Free</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"We use Apache because it's the best Web server
  -      currently available and we can customize it to suit our
  -      needs, again because the source code is there."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>Forbes</CITE>, August 10 1998, cover story:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.forbes.com/forbes/98/0810/6203094a.htm"
  -  >For the love of Hacking</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"Apache knocked Netscape's closed-source Web
  - server out of the running for the cornerstone
  - of IBM's Web commerce package. "</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>IBM News</CITE>, 22 June 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.ibm.com/News/1998/06/223.phtml"
  -  >IBM ... Bundles leading-edge tools and technologies from
  -   Apache and NetObjects into IBM WebSphere Application Server</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"IBM will ship the Apache HTTP server with the IBM WebSphere Application
  - Server, helping current Apache users to evolve to e-business solutions.
  - As part of the WebSphere Application Server package, IBM will provide
  - commercial, enterprise-level support for the Apache HTTP Server. In addition,
  - IBM will be a full participant in the Apache HTTP Server Project,
  - a collaborative development effort, and will make contributions to
  - enhance the capabilities of the Apache HTTP Server."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -<P>
  -Other press about this announcement:
  -</P>
  -<UL>
  - <LI><A HREF="http://www.apache.org/press/22Jun98.html">Apache Group press
release</A>
  - </LI>
  - <LI><CITE>The Industry Standard</CITE>:
  -     "<A HREF="http://www.thestandard.net/articles/article_display/0,1449,720,00.html?01"
  -      >IBM to Adopt Apache as Preferred E-commerce Web Server</A>"
  - </LI>
  - <LI><CITE>PC Week</CITE>:
  -     "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/pcweek/news/0615/19mibm.html"
  -      >IBM backs freeware Apache in new app server</A>"
  - </LI>
  - <LI><CITE>Wired News</CITE>:
  -     "<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/business/story/13117.html"
  -      >IBM Picks Apache</A>"
  - </LI>
  - <LI>C|Net's <CITE>News.com</CITE>:
  -     "<A HREF="http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,23364,00.html?st.ne.fd.gif.f"
  -      >IBM fuels 'freeware' efforts</A>"
  - </LI>
  - <LI><CITE>Jesse Berst's AnchorDesk</CITE>:
  -     "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/anchordesk/story/story_2240.html"
  -      >Freeware Gains Momentum with IBM Support</A>"
  - </LI>
  -</UL>
  -
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>Software Development</CITE>, June 1998:
  - "Apache: An Open-Source Software Success Story,"
  - by Warren Keuffel
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>Fast Company</CITE>, May 1998, Issue 14, page 38:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.fastcompany.com/online/14/rftf.html"
  -  >The Best Things in Life Are Free</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"Apache's real miracle is not so much its success in the software market
  - as its magnetic draw in the talent market. No single company could hope
  - to hire the diverse programming team that came together to create Apache.
  - Even more amazingly, this global collection of brainpower received no
  - compensation for its effort. Sure, the product is free. But so is the
  - labor."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>Performance Computing</CITE>, May 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.performancecomputing.com/columns/web/9805.shtml"
  -  >The Apache HTTP Server</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"it's no secret that an Apache-UNIX combination
  - for a Web server yields the most in terms of performance
  - and stability, since Apache servers are optimized for
  - efficient Web transactions while simultaneously being
  - more stable than the commercial Microsoft and Netscape
  - offerings."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>WEBTechniques</CITE>, May 1998, Volume 3, Issue 5:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.WebTechniques.com/features/1998/05/engelschall/engelschall.shtml"
  -  >Load Balancing Your Web Site</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - Article from Apache Group member 
  - <A HREF="contributors/#rse">Ralf S. Engelschall</A>
  - about two practical approaches for distributing HTTP traffic between websites:
  - A DNS-based round-robin method and an Apache-based random-choice method. 
  - <EM>"The Apache-based method presents a solution where a heavily
  - stripped down Apache 1.3 webserver is configured as a reverse proxy in
  - front of backend webservers via a tricky mod_rewrite/mod_proxy
  - combination."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>Network Magazine</CITE>, April 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.networkmagazine.com/magazine/archive/1998/04/9804poy.htm#Web_Server"
  -  >The 1998 Products of the Year</A>" (registration required)
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - Apache wins the 1998 product of the Year award in the "Web Server"
  - category.
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>ZDNet</CITE>, April 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/content/inwk/0512/303374.html"
  -  >Web Servers: Offering More Services</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - A report on the divergence between embedded web servers and servers 
  - for traditional operating systems.  It also covers the multiprocess versus 
  - multithreaded issue for web servers:
  - <EM>"Apache is an example of a
  - multiprocess Web server. IIS from Microsoft
  - and Enterprise Server from Netscape use a multithreaded
  - approach."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>C|Net</CITE>, 9 Mar 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.cnet.com/Content/Reviews/Special/Iawards98/ss02.html"
  -  >C|Net Award for Internet Excellence goes to Apache</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"Part of Apache's charm is that it costs nothing and that its source
  - code is freely available for anyone to take and customize or
  - extend. Of course, free wouldn't count for much if the software
  - didn't work, but the Apache Project has built a stable, speedy Web
  - server that runs on almost all flavors of Unix, OS/2, and even
  - Windows."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>Computer Currents</CITE>, 3 Mar 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.currents.net/magazine/national/1605/inet1605.html"
  -  >Intranet Explorer: Free Service</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"All in all, the latest releases of Apache are attractive solutions for
  - anyone who wants to run a Web site. You get cross-platform support,
  - adherence to the important standards, and a fast, powerful Web server
  - that's easy to set up and maintain. And the price is right. If you're
  - looking for a Web server, definitely take a look at Apache."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - C|Net's <CITE>BUILDER.COM</CITE>, 24 Feb 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://builder.cnet.com/Servers/NtWeb/ss05.html"
  -  >Running on NT: 5 Web servers compared - Apache 1.3b3</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"Apache is the ultimate in minimalist server software. There's
  - no fancy Windows- or HTML-based administration interface,
  - just a few text configuration files that you edit in your
  - favorite text editor. For people weaned on fancy GUIs, the
  - text files take a bit of getting used to. After a while,
  - though, you'll appreciate the absolute control they offer.
  - With a GUI, you can never really be sure what's happening
  - behind the scenes. With Apache you know, because you're
  - the one editing all the configuration information by hand."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>Wired News</CITE>, 9 Feb 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/10136.html"
  -  >Filename Bug Leaves Servers Open to Snoops</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"Marc Slemko, a Canadian university student and
  - member of the Apache Web Project, discovered the
  - bug in January while testing the new Windows NT
  - version of the Apache web server for potential
  - security problems."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - C|Net's <CITE>News.com</CITE>, 1 Feb 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.news.com/SpecialFeatures/0,5,18652,00.html"
  -  >Source Code for the Masses</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"The freeware philosophy
  - places the responsibility of creating, changing,
  - and debugging complex systems in the hands
  - of complete strangers linked only by the
  - Internet and their love of technology."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>ABCNews.com</CITE>, 29 Jan 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://more.abcnews.go.com/sections/business/apache_0129/index.html"
  -  >Apache: Peaceful Web Warrior</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"Most of the people in the Apache Group are old
  - Web veterans," says Apache member Jim Jagielski. "We
  - love the Web and we love Apache. Its very similar to
  - how things used to be in the early days."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - Various, 22 Jan 1998: Netscape Releases Source to Navigator 5.0
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - Netscape has decided to release source code to their Navigator
  - product line; a move that has been compared favorably to the methods
  - by which Apache is developed. Here are some links to stories on the
  - announcement which mentioned Apache:
  - <UL>
  -  <LI><STRONG><CITE>Wired News</CITE>:
  -      "<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/9813.html"
  -       >Netscape Frees Communicator 5.0 Code</A>"</STRONG>
  -  </LI>
  -  <LI><STRONG><CITE>ZDNews</CITE>:
  -      "<A NAME="http://headlines.yahoo.com/zdnews/stories/885575313.html"
  -       >Netscape's harshest critic: A 'brilliant move'</A>"</STRONG>
  -       (no longer available)
  -  </LI>
  -  <LI><STRONG>C|Net's <CITE>News.com</CITE>:
  -      "<A HREF="http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,18392,00.html"
  -       >Netscape's play: Bold or desperate?</A>"</STRONG>
  -  </LI>
  -  <LI><STRONG><CITE>MSNBC</CITE>:
  -      "<A HREF="http://www.msnbc.com/news/139296.asp"
  -       >A Titanic challenge to Microsoft</A>"</STRONG>
  -  </LI>
  - </UL>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>CNN Custom News</CITE>, 6 Jan 1998:
  - "<A NAME="http://customnews.cnn.com/cnews/pna.show_story?p_art_id=2216942&p_section_name=S"
  -  >Apache Servers Pass 50% in Web Server Survey</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -(no longer available)
  -<P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"The Apache Web server, and its related versions, can now be found on
  - over half of all servers on the open Internet, according to the
  - January Web server survey of Britain's Netcraft. The company
  - automatically polled 1,834,710 Web sites for its latest survey."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - <CITE>Internetnews.com</CITE>, 5 Jan 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.internetnews.com/wd-news/1998/01/0501-apache.html"
  -  >Apache Server Still the King</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"The Apache Web Server initially got its start as a set of patches to
  - the original NCSA Web Server in 1995. It was one of the first servers
  - to implement the HTTP/1.1 protocol, and has since established itself
  - as the leading Web server, far surpassing both Microsoft and Netscape
  - Web servers."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>
  - Apache Group Press Release, 5 Jan 1998:
  - "<A HREF="http://www.apache.org/press/05Jan98.txt"
  -  >Apache Webserver Serves Over Half The Internet</A>"
  -</STRONG>
  -</P>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>"The Apache Web Server, from the Apache Group, now serves over half
  - the domains on the Internet, according to the latest Netcraft Web
  - Server Survey."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
   
   <HR>
   
  
  
  
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  Index: in_the_news_1997.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-site/info/in_the_news_1997.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.3
  retrieving revision 1.4
  diff -u -r1.3 -r1.4
  --- in_the_news_1997.html	2000/10/09 18:58:44	1.3
  +++ in_the_news_1997.html	2001/03/06 18:23:35	1.4
  @@ -12,14 +12,15 @@
   >
   
   <IMG SRC="../images/apache_sub.gif" ALT="">
  -<H2>Apache in the News: 1996-1997</H2>
  +<H2>Apache in the News: 1996, 1997</H2>
   Apache has featured in a large number of reviews and articles.  
   This page lists just some
   of the stories that appeared on-line up to the end of 1997.  It is likely
   that the links to some of these stories may no longer be available.
  -<p><ul>
  -<li><A HREF="../in_the_news.html">Apache in the News: 1998</A>
  -</ul>
  +<p>
  +Apache in the News: <a href="../in_the_news.html">2001,2000</a> |
  +                    <a href="in_the_news_1999.html">1999,1998</a> |
  +                    1997,1996
   <HR>
   
   <P>
  
  
  
  1.1                  httpd-site/info/in_the_news_1999.html
  
  Index: in_the_news_1999.html
  ===================================================================
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    <TITLE>Apache in the News</TITLE>
   </HEAD>
  <!-- Background white, links blue (unvisited), navy (visited), red (active) -->
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  <IMG SRC="../images/apache_sub.gif" ALT="">
  <H2>Apache in the News: 1998, 1999</H2>
  <P>
  Since becoming the #1 Web server, Apache has featured in a number
  of reviews and articles.  
  This page lists just some
  of the stories that appeared on-line up to the end of 1999.  It is likely
  that the links to some of these stories may no longer be available.
  <P>
  Apache in the News: <a href="../in_the_news.html">2001,2000</a> |
                      1999,1998 |
                      <a href="in_the_news_1997.html">1997,1996</a>
  </P>
  <HR>
  <P>
  <STRONG>
    <CITE>CNN.com / IDG.net / LinuxWorld</CITE>, December 1999:
    "<A HREF="http://www.cnn.com/1999/TECH/computing/12/28/covalent.idg/index.html">
    Does Covalent have a recipe for open source success?</A>"
  </STRONG>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
    <EM>"Today, [Covalent Technologies] is focused exclusively on
        providing support and products for the Apache server...  The goal will
        be an enterprise-level Apache solution that can compete successfully
        with Microsoft and Netscape for use by the largest ecommerce sites."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
    <CITE>CNN.com / IDG.net / The Industry Standard</CITE>, November 1999:
    "<A HREF="http://www.cnn.com/TECH/computing/9911/24/top10.hardware.tis.idg/index.html">
    10 companies that will make the Web grow </A>"
  </STRONG>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
    <EM>"Expect the software to make significant inroads into
        enterprise, as IBM slowly meshes the software into its Web server
        and transforms its global consultants into Apache experts."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
    <CITE>Dr. Dobbs Journal</CITE>, September 1999: 
    "<A HREF="http://www.ddj.com/articles/1999/9909/9909o/9909o.htm">
    The Negotiator</A>"
  </STRONG>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
    <EM>"The Apache Group earned the right to lead the way in
        server-side Java by proving to Sun and the rest of the world that
        volunteer programmers working together can deliver high-quality code
        on predetermined schedules."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
    <CITE>PC Magazine</CITE>, March 23, 1999 Issue:
    "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/features/opensource/390830.html">
    Apache Rules The Web</A>"
  </STRONG>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
    <EM>"No program has done more to dispel the notion that open-source
         can't survive in the real world than the Web server Apache."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>Apple Computer, Inc.</CITE>, January 5, 1999, Press Release:
   "<A HREF="http://www.apple.com/pr/library/1999/jan/05osxserver.html"
    >Apple Mac OS X Server Uses Apache</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"Apple has chosen to include the Apache HTTP Server
        in their new Mac OS X Server OS."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>NewMedia</CITE>, January 1999, vol. 9.1, cover story:
   "<A HREF="http://newmedia.com/newmedia/99/01/feature/Set_Free.html"
    >Set Your Code Free</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"We use Apache because it's the best Web server
        currently available and we can customize it to suit our
        needs, again because the source code is there."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>Forbes</CITE>, August 10 1998, cover story:
   "<A HREF="http://www.forbes.com/forbes/98/0810/6203094a.htm"
    >For the love of Hacking</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"Apache knocked Netscape's closed-source Web
   server out of the running for the cornerstone
   of IBM's Web commerce package. "</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>IBM News</CITE>, 22 June 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.ibm.com/News/1998/06/223.phtml"
    >IBM ... Bundles leading-edge tools and technologies from
     Apache and NetObjects into IBM WebSphere Application Server</A>"
  </STRONG>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"IBM will ship the Apache HTTP server with the IBM WebSphere Application
   Server, helping current Apache users to evolve to e-business solutions.
   As part of the WebSphere Application Server package, IBM will provide
   commercial, enterprise-level support for the Apache HTTP Server. In addition,
   IBM will be a full participant in the Apache HTTP Server Project,
   a collaborative development effort, and will make contributions to
   enhance the capabilities of the Apache HTTP Server."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  <P>
  Other press about this announcement:
  </P>
  <UL>
   <LI><A HREF="http://www.apache.org/press/22Jun98.html">Apache Group press release</A>
   </LI>
   <LI><CITE>The Industry Standard</CITE>:
       "<A HREF="http://www.thestandard.net/articles/article_display/0,1449,720,00.html?01"
        >IBM to Adopt Apache as Preferred E-commerce Web Server</A>"
   </LI>
   <LI><CITE>PC Week</CITE>:
       "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/pcweek/news/0615/19mibm.html"
        >IBM backs freeware Apache in new app server</A>"
   </LI>
   <LI><CITE>Wired News</CITE>:
       "<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/business/story/13117.html"
        >IBM Picks Apache</A>"
   </LI>
   <LI>C|Net's <CITE>News.com</CITE>:
       "<A HREF="http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,23364,00.html?st.ne.fd.gif.f"
        >IBM fuels 'freeware' efforts</A>"
   </LI>
   <LI><CITE>Jesse Berst's AnchorDesk</CITE>:
       "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/anchordesk/story/story_2240.html"
        >Freeware Gains Momentum with IBM Support</A>"
   </LI>
  </UL>
  
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>Software Development</CITE>, June 1998:
   "Apache: An Open-Source Software Success Story,"
   by Warren Keuffel
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>Fast Company</CITE>, May 1998, Issue 14, page 38:
   "<A HREF="http://www.fastcompany.com/online/14/rftf.html"
    >The Best Things in Life Are Free</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"Apache's real miracle is not so much its success in the software market
   as its magnetic draw in the talent market. No single company could hope
   to hire the diverse programming team that came together to create Apache.
   Even more amazingly, this global collection of brainpower received no
   compensation for its effort. Sure, the product is free. But so is the
   labor."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>Performance Computing</CITE>, May 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.performancecomputing.com/columns/web/9805.shtml"
    >The Apache HTTP Server</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"it's no secret that an Apache-UNIX combination
   for a Web server yields the most in terms of performance
   and stability, since Apache servers are optimized for
   efficient Web transactions while simultaneously being
   more stable than the commercial Microsoft and Netscape
   offerings."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>WEBTechniques</CITE>, May 1998, Volume 3, Issue 5:
   "<A HREF="http://www.WebTechniques.com/features/1998/05/engelschall/engelschall.shtml"
    >Load Balancing Your Web Site</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   Article from Apache Group member 
   <A HREF="contributors/#rse">Ralf S. Engelschall</A>
   about two practical approaches for distributing HTTP traffic between websites:
   A DNS-based round-robin method and an Apache-based random-choice method. 
   <EM>"The Apache-based method presents a solution where a heavily
   stripped down Apache 1.3 webserver is configured as a reverse proxy in
   front of backend webservers via a tricky mod_rewrite/mod_proxy
   combination."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>Network Magazine</CITE>, April 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.networkmagazine.com/magazine/archive/1998/04/9804poy.htm#Web_Server"
    >The 1998 Products of the Year</A>" (registration required)
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   Apache wins the 1998 product of the Year award in the "Web Server"
   category.
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>ZDNet</CITE>, April 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/content/inwk/0512/303374.html"
    >Web Servers: Offering More Services</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   A report on the divergence between embedded web servers and servers 
   for traditional operating systems.  It also covers the multiprocess versus 
   multithreaded issue for web servers:
   <EM>"Apache is an example of a
   multiprocess Web server. IIS from Microsoft
   and Enterprise Server from Netscape use a multithreaded
   approach."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>C|Net</CITE>, 9 Mar 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.cnet.com/Content/Reviews/Special/Iawards98/ss02.html"
    >C|Net Award for Internet Excellence goes to Apache</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"Part of Apache's charm is that it costs nothing and that its source
   code is freely available for anyone to take and customize or
   extend. Of course, free wouldn't count for much if the software
   didn't work, but the Apache Project has built a stable, speedy Web
   server that runs on almost all flavors of Unix, OS/2, and even
   Windows."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>Computer Currents</CITE>, 3 Mar 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.currents.net/magazine/national/1605/inet1605.html"
    >Intranet Explorer: Free Service</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"All in all, the latest releases of Apache are attractive solutions for
   anyone who wants to run a Web site. You get cross-platform support,
   adherence to the important standards, and a fast, powerful Web server
   that's easy to set up and maintain. And the price is right. If you're
   looking for a Web server, definitely take a look at Apache."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   C|Net's <CITE>BUILDER.COM</CITE>, 24 Feb 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://builder.cnet.com/Servers/NtWeb/ss05.html"
    >Running on NT: 5 Web servers compared - Apache 1.3b3</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"Apache is the ultimate in minimalist server software. There's
   no fancy Windows- or HTML-based administration interface,
   just a few text configuration files that you edit in your
   favorite text editor. For people weaned on fancy GUIs, the
   text files take a bit of getting used to. After a while,
   though, you'll appreciate the absolute control they offer.
   With a GUI, you can never really be sure what's happening
   behind the scenes. With Apache you know, because you're
   the one editing all the configuration information by hand."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>Wired News</CITE>, 9 Feb 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/10136.html"
    >Filename Bug Leaves Servers Open to Snoops</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"Marc Slemko, a Canadian university student and
   member of the Apache Web Project, discovered the
   bug in January while testing the new Windows NT
   version of the Apache web server for potential
   security problems."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   C|Net's <CITE>News.com</CITE>, 1 Feb 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.news.com/SpecialFeatures/0,5,18652,00.html"
    >Source Code for the Masses</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"The freeware philosophy
   places the responsibility of creating, changing,
   and debugging complex systems in the hands
   of complete strangers linked only by the
   Internet and their love of technology."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>ABCNews.com</CITE>, 29 Jan 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://more.abcnews.go.com/sections/business/apache_0129/index.html"
    >Apache: Peaceful Web Warrior</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"Most of the people in the Apache Group are old
   Web veterans," says Apache member Jim Jagielski. "We
   love the Web and we love Apache. Its very similar to
   how things used to be in the early days."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   Various, 22 Jan 1998: Netscape Releases Source to Navigator 5.0
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   Netscape has decided to release source code to their Navigator
   product line; a move that has been compared favorably to the methods
   by which Apache is developed. Here are some links to stories on the
   announcement which mentioned Apache:
   <UL>
    <LI><STRONG><CITE>Wired News</CITE>:
        "<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/9813.html"
         >Netscape Frees Communicator 5.0 Code</A>"</STRONG>
    </LI>
    <LI><STRONG><CITE>ZDNews</CITE>:
        "<A NAME="http://headlines.yahoo.com/zdnews/stories/885575313.html"
         >Netscape's harshest critic: A 'brilliant move'</A>"</STRONG>
         (no longer available)
    </LI>
    <LI><STRONG>C|Net's <CITE>News.com</CITE>:
        "<A HREF="http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,18392,00.html"
         >Netscape's play: Bold or desperate?</A>"</STRONG>
    </LI>
    <LI><STRONG><CITE>MSNBC</CITE>:
        "<A HREF="http://www.msnbc.com/news/139296.asp"
         >A Titanic challenge to Microsoft</A>"</STRONG>
    </LI>
   </UL>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>CNN Custom News</CITE>, 6 Jan 1998:
   "<A NAME="http://customnews.cnn.com/cnews/pna.show_story?p_art_id=2216942&p_section_name=S"
    >Apache Servers Pass 50% in Web Server Survey</A>"
  </STRONG>
  (no longer available)
  <P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"The Apache Web server, and its related versions, can now be found on
   over half of all servers on the open Internet, according to the
   January Web server survey of Britain's Netcraft. The company
   automatically polled 1,834,710 Web sites for its latest survey."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   <CITE>Internetnews.com</CITE>, 5 Jan 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.internetnews.com/wd-news/1998/01/0501-apache.html"
    >Apache Server Still the King</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"The Apache Web Server initially got its start as a set of patches to
   the original NCSA Web Server in 1995. It was one of the first servers
   to implement the HTTP/1.1 protocol, and has since established itself
   as the leading Web server, far surpassing both Microsoft and Netscape
   Web servers."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  <P>
  <STRONG>
   Apache Group Press Release, 5 Jan 1998:
   "<A HREF="http://www.apache.org/press/05Jan98.txt"
    >Apache Webserver Serves Over Half The Internet</A>"
  </STRONG>
  </P>
  <BLOCKQUOTE>
   <EM>"The Apache Web Server, from the Apache Group, now serves over half
   the domains on the Internet, according to the latest Netcraft Web
   Server Survey."</EM>
  </BLOCKQUOTE>
  
  
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