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Web servers generally fall into one of two categories and you should aware about the web servers before purchasing them.
• Linux-based and (Apache Server)
• Microsoft Windows NT. (Windows Server)
Generally, Web hosts use either Linux or Microsoft Windows NT Server, but some may let you choose. Selecting a server is most important when you are purchasing a machine for maintain the website yourself.
Linux-based and (Apache Server)
Apache lends itself particularly well to projects that are heavily Java based. It offers superior handling of the Java Database Connectivity application program interface.
• Open source updates (joomla, worldpress, zencart etc). It’s constantly being updated and you can add functionality as it becomes available.
• Free. The software is free. It’s hard to beat that price.
• Multi-platform support. Apache can be used on systems that have 80×86-series (i.e. Intel) processors running either Linux or NT as an OS, or on other computers running a Unix-type OS on a different processor.
• Popular. Apache is the most-used Web server software package in the world. As such, it’s unlikely that further development of the software will ever cease.
• No Support. Apache’s developers do not provide any type of support for their product. There are third-party companies that provide Apache support, but you have to pay for it.
Microsoft Windows NT. (Windows Server)
Essentially, IIS is the server software of choice if you want to run an ASP-based site.
Microsoft’s main business offering in the Web server software market. Billed as more of an addition of the operating system, it is included on the “Windows NT Option Pack” CD that comes bundled with NT 4.0. As a Windows-based application, it offers the same ease of use as many other Windows applications, including “Wizards” that assist with setup and maintenance of the software.
• Microsoft product. Since IIS is a Microsoft product, it not only has the same intense support as other Microsoft products, but is integrated faultlessly into the OS itself. This means you can do things like drag and drop files into the software for instant accessibility on the Web with a minimum of hassle.
• Comes free with NT. If you do decide that NT is the best OS to use, IIS is included in the box.
• Bandwidth Limits. Unlike other server software, IIS has the ability to limit how much bandwidth your web pages have available. Thus, if your ISP charge extra if you use more than a given amount of bandwidth in a month, you can set your Web server to limit it to using that much bandwidth, saving you from having to pay an extra monthly fee.
• Crash protection. If one application running on the server crashes, the Web server and other applications continue to run, and the failed application restarts the next time a user requests it.
• Limited to NT-based systems. IIS is not available for use on non-NT systems. This means that if you think a UNIX-based OS is what you’re looking for, you can’t use IIS.
• Closed source. As with NT, the source code to IIS is.
• Microsoft’s proprietary information – you can’t get access to it to make changes. This also means that there aren’t many third-party developers working on improving the core software.