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  • Apache : Pocket Reference
    by Andrew Ford, Gigi Estabrook: provides a complete overview of the command-line options, configuration directives, and modules, and covers Apache support utilities
  • Apache Administrator's Handbook
    by Rich Bowen, Daniel Lopez Ridruejo, Allan Liska: Apache Administrator's Handbook is a practical hands-on guide to the installation, configuration, and administration of the Apache Web server. It will show you how to build and configure Apache with the features and modules you need, how to seucre the server, how to interpret log files, and how to tune the server's performance.
  • Apache Cookbook
    by Ken Coar, Rich Bowen: The Apache Cookbook is a collection of problems, solutions, and practical examples for webmasters, web administrators, programmers, and everyone else who works with Apache.
  • Apache Phrasebook
    by Daniel Lopez, Jesus Blanco: Packed with practical solutions, or "phrases," for tasks that the Apache developer much accomplish every day, the phrasebook fills the need for a short, functional, to-the-point reference for Apache.
  • Apache Security
    by Ivan Ristic: Apache Security, gives administrators and webmasters just what they crave--a comprehensive security source for Apache.
  • Apache Server 2 Bible
    by Mohammed J. Kabir: Expands coverage to include how to make practical use of the Apache Server.
  • Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference
    by Ryan B. Bloom: Install, configure, administer, and secure the world?s leading Web server using this comprehensive resource. Written by a lead Apache developer, this book provides you with all the hands-on guidance you need to administer Apache on multiple platforms.
  • Apache Server For Dummies
    by Ken A. L. Coar: this comprehensive guide helps you understand and maximize the capabilities of Apache, one of the most popular and powerful Web servers in use today
  • Apache Tomcat Bible
    by Jon Eaves, Warner Godfrey, Rupert Jones: Provides a thorough introduction to all topics Tomcat developers need to understand.
  • Apache: The Definitive Guide (3rd Edition)
    by Ben Laurie, Peter Laurie: With this new third edition of Apache: The Definitive Guide, web administrators new to Apache will come up to speed quickly, and experienced administrators will find the logically organized, concise reference sections indispensable, and system programmers interested in customizing their servers will rely on the chapters on the API and Apache modules.
  • Developing Web Services with Apache Axis
    by Kent Ka Iok Tong: Learn how to create web services (in particular, using Apache Axis) and make some sense of various standards like SOAP, WSDL, JAX-RPC, SOAP with attachments, WS-Security, XML Encryption and XML Signature.
  • Hardening Apache
    by Tony Mobily: Hardening Apache explains how to configure Apache safely, and secure an existing installation. It covers the most important issues--like downloading, logging, and administration, as well as the most important security-oriented web sites. This book even discusses advanced system administration techniques, such as jailing Apache and securing third-party modules, and web-related RFC details.
  • Practical mod_perl
    by Stas Bekman: mod_perl embeds the popular programming language Perl in the Apache web server, giving rise to a fast and powerful web programming environment. Practical mod_perl is the definitive book on how to use, optimize, and troubleshoot mod_perl.
  • Preventing Web Attacks with Apache
    by Ryan C. Barnett: Firewalls and SSL won?t protect you: you must systematically harden your Web application environment. Preventing Web Attacks with Apache brings together all the information you?ll need to do that: step-by-step guidance, hands-on examples, and tested configuration files.
  • Pro Apache Tomcat 5/5.5
    by Matthew Moodie: Describes the configuration files, as well as administration features like security, auto-deployment, remote deployment, and datasources.
  • Pro Apache, Third Edition
    by Peter Wainwright: Third Edition is a new revision of Peter Wainwright?s bestselling book on Apache configuration and administration. In addition to installation, maintenance, and deployment, the book demonstrates how to configure Apache to use Perl, PHP, and Python as server-side scripting languages.
  • Professional Apache Tomcat 5
    by Vivek Chopra, Amit Bakore, Jon Eaves, Ben Galbraith, Sing Li, Chanoch Wiggers: You will learn to solve the problems that arise with installation and configuration, security, system testing, and more. This edition also introduces you to Tomcat clustering for planning and deploying installations in mission-critical production environments, and explores the new support for Tomcat in popular IDEs, such as IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, NetBeans/Sun Java Studio, and JBuilder.
  • Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache
    by Tony Steidler-Dennison: This book is for Web Developers who want to learn how to use Linux & Apache for Website Hosting. The first chapters will teach you how to install Linux and Apache 2.0 on a home or office machine for testing purposes. Then you'll learn how to perform dozens of common tasks including: Updating server software, setting up new Websites, Email Accounts and Subdomains, configuring various Linux & Apache files related to performance and security, install spam filtering software, and perform automatic backups and crash recoveries.
  • Sams Teach Yourself Apache 2 in 24 Hours
    by Daniel Lopez: Sams Teach Yourself Apache in 24 Hours covers the installation, configuration, and ongoing administration of the Apache Web server, the most popular Internet Web server. It covers both the 1.3 and the 2.0 versions of Apache.
  • The Definitive Guide to Apache mod_rewrite
    by Rich Bowen: The Apache mod_rewrite module has long inspired fits of joy because it offers an unparalleled toolset for manipulating URLs. The Definitive Guide to Apache mod_rewrite guides you through configuration and use of the module for a variety of purposes, including basic and conditional rewrites, access control, virtual host maintenance, and proxies.
  • Writing Apache Modules with Perl and C: The Apache API and mod_perl
    by Lincoln Stein, Doug MacEachern, Linda Mui (Editor): this guide to Web programming teaches readers how to extend the capabilities of the Apache Web server. The book explains the design of Apache, mod_perl, and the Apache API, then demonstrates how to use them to rewrite CGI scripts, filter HTML documents on the server-side, enhance server log functionality, convert file formats on the fly, and more



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