Below is LAMP, LEMP, WAMP, WIMP
LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python) is an acronym denoting one of the most common software stacks for many of the web’s most popular applications.
LEMP is an open-source web application stack used to develop web applications. The term LEMP is an acronym that represents L for the Linux Operating system, Nginx (pronounced as engine-x, hence the E in the acronym) web server, M for MySQL database, and P for PHP scripting language.
WAMP (“Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP”) is an application server platform. WAMP is an acronym that stands for Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It’s a software stack which means installing WAMP installs Apache, MySQL, and PHP on your operating system (Windows in the case of WAMP)
The acronym WIMP is a solution stack of software, partially free and open source software, used to run dynamic Web sites on servers. The term WIMP is an acronym that represents Windows, referring to the operating system, IIS, the Web server, MySQL, MS SQL Server or MS Access, the database management system (or database server) and PHP or others, e.g. the Perl, Python, PowerShell programming languages.
The Microsoft Web Platform Installer is a tool to install applications on a WIMP-system.