Jpcache is a full page caching system in PHP. He reduces server-load, as pages are generated less often. It dramatically speeds up the serving of your pages, by caching the ouput of pages and returning them instead of compiling the php-page.
It also uses gzip content-encodig and ETag-headers, which results in around 80% in traffic-saving for php-pages. You can choose to store the cached output in files in a local dir or in a database.
JrCache is a very small script allowing a cache of page managed by Etags (heading). A very practical script which will help a lot of people to relieve their buffer.
The script is simple, the visitor sends Etags (ID representing a page and its contents) to the server which is given the responsability to compare Etags of the page required with that of the visitor. If the 2 Etags are corresponding, the page didn't change contents, she can be recovered in the navigator's cache.
Zend Optimizer is THE zend Engine's complement, installed in any PHP pack. Compiled PHP code is optimized by zend optimizer before being executed, a profit of execution of about 80%. Compatible with Zend Encoder and Zend SafeGuard Suite
The ionCube PHP Accelerator is an easily installed PHP Zend engine extension that provides a PHP cache, and is capable of delivering a substantial acceleration of PHP scripts without requiring any script changes, loss of dynamic content, or other application compromises.
This Apache's module makes it possible to return dynamically to the navigators who deal with it version compressed in gzip of the page requested. Being installed on any Apache waiter, turning under a platform win32 or Unix, it has all the algorythmes necessary.
Note : The module that we propose to you is planned for a platform win32.
This module allows user authentication (and can log authethication requests) against information stored in a PostgreSQL database. PostgreSQL is a public domain SQL database. mod_auth_pgsql require Apache >= 2.0.40 and PostreSQL >= 7.x
The mod_ssl project provides strong cryptography for the Apache 1.3 webserver via the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and Transport Layer Security (TLS v1) protocols by the help of the Open Source SSL/TLS toolkit OpenSSL, which is based on SSLeay from Eric A. Young and Tim J. Hudson. The mod_ssl package was created in April 1998 by Ralf S. Engelschall and was originally derived from software developed by Ben Laurie for use in the Apache-SSL HTTP server project.
LDAP is a client-server protocol for accessing a directory service. LDAP server can be used as a central point for user authentication over the network. LDAP is the industry standard for directory access and embraced by companies such as IBM, Netscape, Novell, Microsoft etc.
This module can be used for http basic authentication using the user data stored in a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server.