Batch-Apache Module simplifies the task of adding a number of virtual domains to a Web server. Once some initial information is given, the admin may add any number of domains in one step. This module can be chained together with the Batch-DNS module, so that Master and Slave DNS can be set up for all domains in one step each.
SOAP UDDI is a reference implementation of the UDDI specification. With this UDDI Registry, Web services developers can publish and test their applications in a secure, private environment for their own applications. UDDI Registry supports multiple users in various department- or company- wide scenarios. It also supports the 20 SOAP- based APIs defined by version one of the UDDI specifications, and it provides persistence for published entities through a relational database. A GUI client application is included that supports publishing and querying of businesses, services, and other UDDI-compliant entities without programming.
mod_backhand is a load balancing module for Apache. It provides per-request HTTP redirection within a heterogeneous Apache server cluster. Each request is processed and run through a set of "candidacy functions" to determine which server is best suited to respond. The request is then proxied to that server. Facilities are in place to allow you to write your own dynamically loadable decision making algorithms. Everything about the request and the current availability of resources can be used in the decision-making process.
Wusage is a Web server log analysis package that runs on virtually every operating system. It can read logs generated by nearly every type of Web server, including Apache, Microsoft IIS, WebStar, and many others. It measures the popularity and flow of your Web site, including unique visitors, referring sites, most popular browsers, top operating systems, accesses, visits and more. The statistics supplied provide valuable web site content and design information, as well as marketing and sales statistics. Because Wusage is so easy to use, it is perfect for schools, ISPs/Web hosting companies, large conglomerates, small businesses, and individual Web site owners.
mod_dav enables Apache to understand the WebDAV protocol (extensions to HTTP). WebDAV stands for "Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning", and is defined by RFC 2518. WebDAV is intended to replace proprietary authoring protocols such as those used by Frontpage or NetObjects' Fusion, but is also a complete set of protocols for manipulating a webserver's files and directories, and their properties.
Lingerd is a daemon designed to take over the job of properly closing network connections from an HTTP server like Apache. This frees Apache from doing the very boring but time-consuming job of "lingering closes", and lets each Apache process go on to the next connection immediately. The end result is that Apache needs fewer processes to handle high loads, which saves memory, reduces kernel contention, and generally makes Apache more scalable.
The SOAP to CORBA bridge/translator is written entirely in C++ and shows that it is indeed possible to do a generic translation of SOAP requests to CORBA method invocations and vice versa. This is implemented by using the CORBA Interface repository to match the incoming SOAP request to the corresponding CORBA service, build the dynamic invocation of the CORBA service, and generate the SOAP response (or possibly SOAP fault in the case of a CORBA user exception, for instance).
Naridesh is a Web server written in Perl. It supports directory browsing, username/password security, file download, and plugins. It has some limited support to turn off file downloading, and directory browsing. Naridesh can also send the "index.html" file or equivalent if it is found in the directory, and also supports files that are symlinks to URLs.