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Introducing Olio
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For the last few months, I've been working feverishly to get the web2.0kit open-sourced. What is the web2.0kit, you ask ? We introduced this at our session at the Velocity conference. The web2.0kit is a reference architecture to help anyone running a web application evaluate the suitability, functionality and performance of various web technologies.

Most web2.0 sites today use open source languages and frameworks such as PHP, Ruby on Rails and Java EE to develop their applications. Deployments of these applications also use popular open source servers such as Apache httpd, MySQL, memcached and glassfish. Many other servers/technologies such as lighttpd, nginx, mogileFS, mongrel, thin, JRuby are also gaining popularity. To help understand

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Introducing Olio
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For the last few months, I've been working feverishly to get the web2.0kit open-sourced. What is the web2.0kit, you ask ? We introduced this at our session at the Velocity conference. The web2.0kit is a reference architecture to help anyone running a web application evaluate the suitability, functionality and performance of various web technologies.

Most web2.0 sites today use open source languages and frameworks such as PHP, Ruby on Rails and Java EE to develop their applications. Deployments of these applications also use popular open source servers such as Apache httpd, MySQL, memcached and glassfish. Many other servers/technologies such as lighttpd, nginx, mogileFS, mongrel, thin, JRuby are also gaining popularity. To help

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Introducing Olio
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For the last few months, I've been working feverishly to get the web2.0kit open-sourced. What is the web2.0kit, you ask ? We introduced this at our session at the Velocity conference. The web2.0kit is a reference architecture to help anyone running a web application evaluate the suitability, functionality and performance of various web technologies.

Most web2.0 sites today use open source languages and frameworks such as PHP, Ruby on Rails and Java EE to develop their applications. Deployments of these applications also use popular open source servers such as Apache httpd, MySQL, memcached and glassfish. Many other servers/technologies such as lighttpd, nginx, mogileFS, mongrel, thin, JRuby are also gaining popularity. To help

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