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Sun Java System Web Serveris a secure, reliable, easy-to-use Web server designed for medium and large sites. Available on most major operating systems, Java System Web Server provides organizations with a single deployment platform for Web services, JavaServer Pages (JSP), Java Servlet technologies, NSAPI and CGI. It also offers built-in HTTP reverse-proxy capabilities to provide a highly scalable HTTP front-end to application servers or other HTTP origin servers. Its FastCGI interface provides a stable and scalable platform for third party scripting technologies such as PHP, Ruby on Rails, Perl, Python, and more.

Sun Java System Web Server is a sophisticated infrastructure software available at no cost. If you need support and indemnity, Sun offers licensing and support plans for purchase.


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Need some help or guidance on how to do more with Sun Java System Web Server? Feel free to visit our Web Server Forum

Interested in developing hands on expertise in administering and maintaining Sun Java System Web Server? Please consider attending Web Server 6.1 Administration and Maintenance class room training session. Web Server 7.0 training is available from our partner, GCA.
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