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[ANN] MyARM releases mod_arm4 1.0 for Apache HTTP Server 2.x

Gelnhausen, Germany - June 19 2006

MyARM releases mod_arm4 version 1.0 an Apache HTTP Server
module. The source is now available at http://www.myarm.de/
and pre-compiled versions are included in any MyARM
distribution archive.

mod_arm4 version 1.0
====================

mod_arm4 is an Apache HTTP Server 2.x module for
instrumenting the server with the Application Response
Measurement (ARM) standard. With this module it is possible
to measure each HTTP request made to an Apache HTTP Server
using ARM. This module only interfaces to the ARM 4.0 C
interface and therefore you need a real ARM 4.0 compliant
agent (e.g. MyARM) to really measure HTTP requests.

Features
========

The mod_arm4 module found at the Apache web-site works but
is not really customisable and also not implemented for a
production server. We at MyARM improved the module regarding
performance, better ARM instrumentation and added various
configuration directives to selectively measure HTTP
requests. The following lists the main features of the
mod_arm4 module:

  * Load the ARM library dynamically
  * Measurement of requests only if a correlator was
    passed by a client.
  * Explicitly allow or deny measurement of requests by
    URI patterns.
  * Support of ARM context properties (Various HTTP
    Request information).
  * Support of ARM metrics (BytesSent, HTTP Status).

Contact
=======

MyARM GbR
Neue Str. 4
63571 Gelnhausen-Roth
Germany
email: mod_arm4{at}myarm.de


Links
=====

Apache HTTP Server web site:
    http://httpd.apache.org/
OpenGroup ARM web site:
    http://www.opengroup.org/management/arm/
MyARM mod_arm4 web site:
    http://www.myarm.de/solutions/mod_arm4.html

-- 
Stefan Ruppert <stefan.ruppert@myarm.de>          MyARM GbR
CEO/Head of Development                           Neue Str. 4
Phone: +49 6192/9772818                           63571 Gelnhausen-Roth
Web:   http://www.myarm.de                        Germany
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