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Kore vs LiteSpeed: What are the differences?

Kore: A fast web server for writing web apps in C. Kore is an easy to use web application framework for writing scalable web APIs in C. Its main goals are security, scalability and allowing rapid development and deployment of such APIs. Because of this Kore is an ideal candidate for building robust, scalable and secure web things; LiteSpeed: *A drop-in Apache replacement and the leading high-performance, high-scalability server *. It is a drop-in Apache replacement and the leading high-performance, high-scalability server. You can replace your existing Apache server with it without changing your configuration or operating system details. As a drop-in replacement, it allows you to quickly eliminate Apache bottlenecks in 15 minutes with zero downtime.

Kore and LiteSpeed belong to "Web Servers" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Kore are:

  • Supports SNI
  • Supports SPDY/3.1
  • Supports HTTP/1.1

On the other hand, LiteSpeed provides the following key features:

  • Event Driven Architecture
  • Apache Drop-In Replacement
  • HTTP/2 & QUIC Support

Kore is an open source tool with 3.14K GitHub stars and 286 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Kore's open source repository on GitHub.

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    What is Kore?

    Kore is an easy to use web application framework for writing scalable web APIs in C. Its main goals are security, scalability and allowing rapid development and deployment of such APIs. Because of this Kore is an ideal candidate for building robust, scalable and secure web things.

    What is LiteSpeed?

    It is a drop-in Apache replacement and the leading high-performance, high-scalability server. You can replace your existing Apache server with it without changing your configuration or operating system details. As a drop-in replacement, it allows you to quickly eliminate Apache bottlenecks in 15 minutes with zero downtime.

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