Santa Barbara, CA, June 9, 2003. Tenon Intersystems announced today that their groundbreaking WebTen was being discontinued. In 1997, Tenon brought a point and click Apache to Mac OS. WebTen, the first and only Apache for Mac OS, was the easiest Apache in the world to set-up and administer. Further, Tenon's breakthrough technology made WebTen five times faster than the popular WebSTAR and even faster than Apache on Linux and Solaris.
Overtime, as Apple introduced and strengthened Mac OS X - their enterprise-quality OS - Tenon turned their attention to making Apache on Apple's new platform robust, easy-to-manage, and full-featured. iTools 7, with built-in logging analysis, separate administration per domain an Apache 2, was introduced last month as the successor to WebTen.
WebTen will be sold for $99/copy for a very limited time. Tenon recommends WebTen as a way to breathe new life into an older, underutilized Mac or as an Apache learning tool. WebTen's value as a learning tool should not be disregarded: For example, when virtual hosts with password-protected pages are created via the web-based point and click interface, actual Apache directives are automatically created; these directives can later be studied by webmasters as tutorial examples. For more information on both iTools and WebTen and to order, see Tenon's web site:
Founded in 1989, Tenon Intersystems is a leader in high-performance networking. Tenon technology has provided the framework for world-class networking on the Macintosh for over a decade. Tenon is continuing that tradition on Mac OS X. Tenon Intersystems can be reached in the U.S. at 805-963-6983, by the internet at email@example.com, or via the web at .