Historique de Les serveurs web légers en alternative à Apache

Last update 2012-03-12 11:45:46 Creation date 2011-07-20 20:47:55
  • Extrait
    Compare les alternatives à Apache: Cherokee vs Hiawatha vs Lighttpd vs LiteSpeed vs Nginx
    Posté 2012-03-12 11:45:46 par Alexis
  • Nom
    Les serveurs web légers en alternative à Apache
    Posté 2012-03-12 11:41:05 par Alexis
  • Extrait
    Compare the alternative web servers to replace Apache: Cherokee vs Hiawatha vs Lighttpd vs LiteSpeed vs Nginx
    English Posté 2011-07-21 00:27:35 par A l'anis
  • Sources
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_web_server_software
    English Posté 2011-07-20 23:30:55 par A l'anis
  • Description

    Apache is a very complete and modular web server, but when it comes to performance it might be a little behind, especially to support multiple concurrent connections. This collaborative comparison try to list the alternative web servers, you might consider.

    Performance

    Any of these web servers will perform better in terms of CPU or memory usage in a highly concurrent scenario.
    Some biased resources: http://www.cherokee-project.com/benchmarks.html

    Popularity

    According to netcraft web server survey, Nginx is the most used from these alternatives, then comes Lighttpd. The other alternatives present here are not listed. http://news.netcraft.com/archives/category/web-server-survey/

    Features

    All alternatives have almost the same common features, Fast CGI (to support PHP for example), HTTPS (SSL support). The notable differences are on the administration parts, some have an integrated interface to manage easily the web server; other will only rely on command lines and configuration files.

    Switching

    If you already have an existing Apache installation, before switching to another web server make sure all the features or modules, you are using, can be replaced on the new web server. The next step would be to find a guide to convert your Apache configuration files. The conversion and testing part, will probably be the most consuming task to switch from Apache to another web server.

    Keeping Apache in the background

    If you really need all the Apache features, you can still run Apache behind Nginx or Lighttpd as a reverse proxy.

    Feel free to add any relevant criteria or alternatives to complete the comparison table.

    English Posté 2011-07-20 23:11:03 par A l'anis

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