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Session

Using WebDAV
Greg Stein, Google

Track: Apache
Date: Friday, July 11
Time: 11:15am - 12:00pm
Location: Salon D

WebDAV is a useful technology standard that has been making inroads on the World Wide Web for several years. WebDAV stands for Web-Based Distributed Authoring and Versioning, and provides a way to remotely author and manage your web servers. The WebDAV protocol is specified by two IETF RFCs, and the Apache WebDAV module is now the fifth most popular technology in use, coming after PHP, Perl, SSL, and FrontPage.

Come find out what WebDAV is all about and how you can use it to improve your technology environment. Stein presents an overview of WebDAV, how it can benefit various users, and discusses various scenarios for deployment. His session also details the numerous tools, applications, and servers that are WebDAV-enabled and how you can make use of them in your work.



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