LAMP is a shorthand term for a web application platform consisting of Linux, Apache, MySQL and one of Perl or PHP. Together, these open source tools provide a world-class platform for deploying web applications. Running on the Linux operating system, the Apache web server, the MySQL database and the programming languages, PHP or Perl deliver all of the components needed to build secure scalable dynamic websites. LAMP has been touted as ?the killer app? of the open source world.
With many LAMP sites running Ebusiness logic and Ecommerce site and requiring 24x7 uptime, ensuring the highest levels of data and application availability is critical. For organizations that have taken advantage of LAMP, these levels of availability are ensured by providing constant monitoring of the end-to-end application stack and immediate recovery of any failed solution components. Some also supports the movement of LAMP components among servers to remove the need for downtime associated with planned system maintenance.
The paper gives an overview of LINUX, APACHE, MYSQL, and mainly on PHP and its advantage over other active generation tools for interactive web design and its interface with the advanced database like MYSQL and finally the conclusion is provided.
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