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Welcome to the New ServerWatch!

Welcome to the New ServerWatch!

By Amy Newman (Send Email)
Posted Jul 29, 2002


Dear Readers:

Welcome to the new ServerWatch! As you can see, much has changed in the past few days. Welcome to the new ServerWatch! As you can see, much has changed in the past few days.

In addition to the obvious design changes, we simplified the basic navigation through search functionality. New search capabilities help make finding the servers you are seeking a more efficient process, whether it's a simple search or a detailed, criteria-laden search. We've also added searchable WebServer Compare server attributes to every Web server and added server-specific news and tutorials to each server profile.

Finally, and perhaps most importantly, we welcome members of the ApacheToday and SolarisGuide communities to the ServerWatch fold. With these additions, expect more Apache- and Solaris-focused content and lots of discussion on the latest pertinent issues in our new discussion forum.

Although we believe these changes iterate our commitment to serving the best Internet server content, we are realistic enough to know that no launch is perfect. Please have patience with us during the next few days as we make the final, yet necessary, tweaks.

As always, do not hesitate to contact us with any suggestions you may have.

Regards,

Amy Newman
ServerWatch Managing Editor

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