Very nice! Does this mean, however, that the traditional hook-based workflow will get replace by an event-driven one? Or will this change be more of a end-user transparent change in core and for modules defining hooks?
Machines don't have a universal noun - that's why they suck. Every programming language, database, or other kind of system has a different way of talking about nouns. That's why the URL is so important. It let's all of these systems tell each other about each other's nouns.
Wife: But when I'm looking at a web page, I don't think of it like that.
Ryan: Nobody does. Except Fielding and handful of other people. That's why machines still suck.
Wife: What about verbs and pronouns and adjectives?
Numerous enhancements make Apache HTTP Server v2.4 ideally suited for Cloud environments. They include:
• Improved performance (lower resource utilization and better concurrency)
• Reduced memory usage
• Asyncronous I/O support
• Dynamic reverse proxy configuration
• Performance on par, or better, than pure event-driven Web servers
• More granular timeout and rate/resource limiting capability
• More finely-tuned caching support, tailored for high traffic servers and proxies.