What is the difference between Apache and HP Apache-based Web Server?
Apache is an open source web server that is available in source code and compiled binaries for various operating systems including older versions of HP-UX. It has a reference implementation of RSA cryptographic libraries. The HP Apache-based Web Server is engineered through state-of-the art processes for the highest quality and is tailored to run smoothly on the HP-UX. The HP Apache-based Web Server is a total solution for web server deployment for the enterprise. The Open Source Apache Web Server software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (Apache HTTP Server Project described at httpd.apache.org) serves as the foundation for the HP Apache-based Web Server. In addition to the base HTTP server, HP has combined numerous popular modules from other Open Source projects as well as HP-developed valued features, such as performance tuning, user guides, and security modules, so the HP Apache-based Web Server is highly optimized for the HP-UX environment. • Q: What are the differences