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    Internet Services


    Section Summary
    Web services infrastructure determines a network operating system’s ability to publish information using Internet standards, and ability to interoperate with other systems while using standardized Internet protocols. A solid solution should include infrastructure to support:

    • The latest Internet standards.

    • Multi-site Web hosting.

    • Strong Internet Security.

    • Easy and flexible management.

    • Comprehensive content management and log-file analysis.

    • Features for added scalability and availability.

    • Streaming media.

    Windows 2000 Server builds on the integrated Internet services in Windows NT Server 4.0. Its Wizards and MMC Task Pads make it an easy solution to configure and administer on a daily basis. It is the only solution to offer advanced flow control, error handling, process accounting, CPU throttling, and support for WebDAV, making it clearly stand out from the competition. In other areas, Windows 2000 Server generally offers a more comprehensive or better performing solution than the other two operating systems.

    Although Windows NT Server 4.0 does not offer the advanced features of Windows 2000 Server, it generally offers a good portion of the core functionality. Aside from Windows 2000 Server, IIS 4.0 on Windows NT Server 4.0 is the only solution to offer SMTP and NNTP services. Additionally, Microsoft Cluster Server and the Windows Load Balancing Service, present on both Windows NT Server 4.0 and Windows 2000 Server, provide fault-tolerance and load-balancing services.



    Internet capabilities in Solaris 7 are provided through Sun WebServer 2.1, Solstice Internet Mail Server 2.0, a native FTP Server and a native Telnet server. However, the lack of integration with the core operating system and limited feature support result in a more complex solution than offered in the Microsoft solutions. Manageability is difficult, featuring separate, non-integrated tools for Internet services management. Sun WebServer 2.1 does not truly integrate with the operating system’s security model, requiring an LDAP interface to Sun Directory Services (if it is actually being used) for security authentication. Core feature support is also not as good as that offered by Microsoft. Difficulties and limitations in configuring and managing multiple servers arise often.

    Feature Table


    Feature

    Solaris 7


    Windows NT Server 4.0

    Windows 2000 Server

    Internet Standards Support










    HTTP 1.1 Compliant







    FTP







    SMTP







    IMAP4







    POP3







    NNTP







    Telnet







    MIME







    WebDAV

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    HTTP Compression







    FTP Restart







    Multi-Site Web Hosting










    Virtual Directories







    Virtual Servers







    Host Header Support







    Centralized Administration







    Unique Configuration for Each Server







    Delegated Administration







    Bandwidth Throttling







    Process Accounting







    CPU Throttling







    Multiple User Domains







    Internet Security










    Basic Authentication







    Encrypted Authentication







    X.509 Certificate Authentication







    OS Integration for User Authentication







    40-bit SSL Encryption







    128-bit Strong SSL Encryption







    TCP/IP Address Restrictions







    DNS Domain Restrictions







    Wizards and Tools for Automated Configuration







    Digest Authentication







    Internet Services Administration










    GUI-based Administration







    Browser-based Administration







    Command line-based Administration







    Integrated Management Solution







    API Set for Custom Management Scripts







    Ease-of-Use Wizards







    Content Management and Logging










    Redirection







    Custom Error Pages







    Custom HTTP Headers







    Custom Footers







    PICS Support







    HTTP Content Expiration







    Content Indexing







    FrontPage Server Extensions







    Internet Services Scalability and Availability









    Load Balancing Service







    Fail-over Clustering Service







    Streaming Media Services










    Streaming Media Services Solution







    Streaming Audio







    Streaming Video







    Low-bandwidth Audio Codecs







    High-bandwidth Audio Codecs







    Low-bandwidth Video Codecs







    High-bandwidth Video Codecs







    Integrated Security







    QoS Solution Available







    +Solaris 7 supports WebNFS, which is similar in some respects to WebDAV.
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