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The main aim of this course is to provide an understanding of web server management in Ubuntu

Let us first understand what web servers and then jump on to a specific Apache Web server and understand what’s in store for us in Apache. As the name suggests the job of web servers is to “serve websites” on the internet. It is like a mediator between the server and the client. As a middleman, the content is pulled from the server on the request of the user and then displayed on the web. One of the biggest challenges web servers face is to serve multiple concurrent requests and that is where Igor Sysoev, a person coined the word NGINX, to solve the problem of C10K, i.e. the problem to handle a big number of concurrent sessions.

The source of the web page can be anything, be it PHP, Python, Java, and many others, and what happens is that all these different sources are transformed into HTML files, and these HTML files are the source for all the web pages’ content. So, if a person says, a web server, do not get overwhelmed listening to the word. It just essentially means a toll which helps in smooth communication between the server and the client.

Now, when we talk about web server the one which is widely used in the industry is Apache web server and that is exactly what we would study in this Apache Web Server Training. Apache, although it is a web server, is not a physical server but in turn software that runs on a server. The task of Apache is to make sure to transfer the files back and for the between the server and browsers where visitors submit their queries. Apache is compatible with Unix as well as windows servers. For example, if a visitor wants to view the “All Courses” page or even the home page, the browser of the visitor will send a request to our server, and Apache here will return a response with the requested files from the browser.

Lastly, we would like to mention that Apache is an open-source platform that is maintained by the Apache software foundation and is the most popular web server in existence.

What skills will you learn in this Course?

This course is a conglomerate of topics that will allow you to have a sense of ownership and will come a long way in making you capable of tackling the toughest nut to crack in the professional world. This course will place you in that handful of people who are “the chosen ones”! During the course, you would eventually come across things and theories on security concerns which is an important point to be discussed in today’s era where we would never want our servers to be compromised.

Post completion of the course on Apache Server, you would be capable of building servers that are highly robust and secured and high performance as well. You would find answers to all your problems, be it be a beginner’s question or be it of an advanced learner’s one just under this single roof! Lastly, we would like to mention the strong foundation that this Apache Web Server Training will lay making room for the empire of knowledge to be built on.

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The main aim of this course is to provide an understanding of web server management in Ubuntu»

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