The Apache Software Foundation has recently announced the release of a new application server based on Apache Tomcat 7.0.27. The new server is called TomEE and it is a sub-project of Apache OpenEJB.

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Apache Software Foundation announces the release of Apache HTTP Server 2.4

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After a long battle with HTML5, Adobe has finally given it up. The company has planned to “donate” the code for its Flash-based Flex framework along with BlazeDS to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF).

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We see a period from June 2009 to December 2009 when both Apache and IIS registered a dip and there was a remarkable rise in unconventional web-servers.

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apache-traffic-server

The new release of Apache Traffic Server can withstand 200,000 requests per second which is a 277% improvement on the earlier v2.0. It is also an Apache Top Level Project now.

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The Document Foundation welcomes Oracle’s decision to release the OpenOffice.org codes and wants to work with the Apache Foundation to co-develop office applications.

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Oracle has announced that they are donating OpenOffice.org to the Apache Foundation.

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Apache Roller is a open source blogging software based on Java which is simliar to WordPress and provides multi user and multi blog setups.

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Web Server Market Share 2010

There were a total of 255 million websites in 2010. The best webserver was Apache followed by IIS and Nginx.

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Google Wave

Google Wave being taken over by Apache Software Foundation. Google Wave will be known as Apache Wave or Wave in a Box (WIAB).

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