Mar 142010


LAMP, an acronym for Linux Apache MySQL PHP, happens to be one of the most common server side solution stack. It has been almost 12 years since this stack has been ruling. But is there a scope that this can be replaced in the near future? With Oracle taking over Sun, and therefore MySQL, there is little hope that MySQL will get enough attention from it’s company to grow. The most common free distribution to work as the server OS has been CentOS for sometime now. But again it’s configuration and package management is not as easy to handle as it should be for a modern server OS. Configuring Apache without an expensive control panel could be a nightmare at times. More over, it is too bulky on the memory side and does sadly on the performance side. May be the future solution stack overcomes all these issues and becomes a bit more easy to use. The most promising contender for this seems to be CUMP.

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