Xitami Web Server Review at Unix Review

Wednesday, 19 February 2003, 4:12 PM EST

Xitami is an alternative Web server produced by the iMatix Corporation (Xitami spelled backwards) and is pronounced si-TA-me. It runs under Unix as well as NT and highlights a Web-based administrator, the LRWP Protocol, XML, a built-in FTP server, and more. The core software is free, although iMatix charges a fee for added applications such as plugins and support contracts. The commercial version, Xitami Pro, supports full SSL layer 2 and 3, and uses OpenSSL source.

Xitami offers a Web Server, FTP Server, and Web-based GUI, all in one. The GUI provides ease of operation for both the administrator and users through an attractive environment to set passwords, create directories, change permissions, and configure virtual hosts a real plus for systems with large multiple domains. The small, fast, lightweight binary uses less overhead than the competition in terms of both CPU and memory, and Xitami runs on a variety of operating systems including the BSDs, Linux, OS/2, OpenVMS, and NT/2000.

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