Apache Software Foundation Completes 10 Year
Apache Software Foundation (ASF) was founded in June 1999. eWeek.com has published a presentation highlighting top 11 Apache projects and also 10 projects for the future.
Here is the list:
|11 Apache Technologies that Have Changed Computing in the Last 10 Years||10 Apache Technologies that Will Change Computing in the Next 10 Years|
|1.||Apache HTTP Server||1.||Hadoop||For building scalable|
|2.||Tomcat||Application Server||2.||CouchDB||Document oriented database|
|3.||Lucene||Text search engine library||3.||Directory Server|
|4.||Struts||Web application framework||4.||Maven||Project management & comprehension tool|
|5.||Geronimo||Application server build from other open source components||5.||Jackrabbit||Content repository|
|6.||Ant||Tool for automating software build process||6.||Harmony||Implementation of Java SE|
|7.||Cocoon||Spring based web application framework||7.||ServiceMix||ESB|
|8.||SpamAssassin||For email spam filtering||8.||MINA||Framework for developing network application|
|9.||Axis||SOAP implementation||9.||Roller||Multiuser blog server|
|10.||Logging Services||Log4J etc.||10.||Sling||Content management framework|
|11.||Commons||Collection of open source reusable Java components|
Justin James has also published his discussion with Apache Software Foundation (ASF) President Justin Erenkrantz and Executive Vice President Sander Striker. This post will give you fair insight of what is happening inside Apache.
Hadoop is the project to watch out for because it is inspired by Google Map Reduce and Big Table.
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