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The Apache HTTP Server Configuration is critical for providing effective business service. Accurately managing the configuration of Apache HTTP Server is not an easy task considering the complexity of the Apache HTTP Server Configuration and the numerous configuration parameters involved with the Apache HTTP Server Configuration. The Apache HTTP Server Configuration includes thousands of different configuration parameters in which the misconfiguration or disregard of a single configuration setting can cause an incident with major impact on the entire IT environment and business service.

Qexon Configuration Analytics redefines change & configuration management and takes on the dynamics and complexity of the modern data center and cloud, collecting and analyzing detailed granular configuration information for the Apache HTTP Server Configuration.


Qexon analyzes and classifies changes and differences from the Apache HTTP Server Configuration by their impact. Then it prioritizes and highlights the changes and differences found in the Apache HTTP Server Configuration based on criticality, visually presenting the results for fast and easy decision-making. The noise of insignificant changes and differences are ignored. Qexon Configuration Analytics even makes effectively analyzesr the Apache HTTP Server Configuration of inherently different environments (e.g. test vs. production ).

As you know, modern business systems include interdependent layers of applications and infrastructure. Focusing on only the Apache HTTP Server Configuration leaves room for error, and ignores critical context and interdependencies. It's only by focusing on the entire environment that one can ensure a stable business service that meets agreed-to service levels.

Qexon goes beyond the Apache HTTP Server Configuration to cover the entire IT environment. Out of the box, Qexon Configuration Analytics recognizes and captures numerous technologies, including operating systems, application servers, middleware, web servers, databases, applications and more.