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Oracle HTTP Server 12c is based on the proven, open source Apache HTTP Server technology and provides the framework for hosting static, dynamic web pages and for front-ending Oracle Fusion Middleware Applications.

OHS 12c Top Level View


Content Serving / Reverse Proxy

Cloud Deployment / Virtual Server Support
Thousands of sites / application domains served from a single web server instance. Each virtual server can have its own configuration files, IP addresses, port, document root, preferences, log files, and more.

Protection From Common Threats
Built-in ModSecurity module provides the ability to configure rules to introspect and protect applications from common attacks including SQL/Command injection, Cross Site Scripting vulnerabilities and other vulnerabilities.

FastCGI Support
Efficient way to serve dynamic content web pages within OHS by using scripting languages such as PHP or Python, without incurring a significant performance penalty.

Integrated Reverse Proxy
Built-in proxy modules provide generic proxy support as well as optimized support for WebLogic Server, allowing OHS to act as the HTTP end-point for HTTP origin servers including WebLogic Server.

Administration / Monitoring

Server Administration
Leverages WebLogic 12c administration interfaces to provide a simple, consistent and distributed administration model for administering Oracle HTTP Server, Oracle WebLogic Server and the rest of the Fusion Middleware Stack.

For more information, please refer to Understanding the OHS Administration Model section.

Integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager allows customers to monitor HTTP traffic by using the Oracle Enterprise Management console.

Robust Migration Tool
Integrated migration tools make it easy to migrate existing Oracle HTTP Server 11g deployments to Oracle HTTP Server 12c.

Documentation and Useful Links

Product Documentation contains Release Notes, Installation and Administration guides.

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