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application server

A server which runs programs that process and display data exchanged with client machines.
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Telco App Servers: NGIN Revs Up for a Serious Run at SIP analyzes the service-layer capabilities that operators will need to establish to support third-party service development and evaluates the strategies of leading vendors of telco app server technology as they position themselves for the next evolution of this market.
App servers, as they are called, perform the humdrum functions such as load balance which all applications need to run.
6, the latest version of its industry leading PHP web app server, which includes new support for Mac developers.
We needed more than just a hosting provider for our StepOne RETAIL Mobile App Server, we needed a partner that understands and appreciates our business and our customers' unique needs.
With VaraLogix, web applications become agnostic - you can instantly deploy an application to JBoss and simultaneously deploy the same application to WebLogic or any other app server without making a single change to the application.
The CloudJee platform is built around Pramati's world-class, cloud-optimized enterprise Java app server and load balancer that's been proven over the last decade across large global customers.
The app server is able to provide the flexibility needed to create tags and URLs that support search engines.
Scott was one of the guys behind the web app server, which ushered in a distributed computing revolution," said Mike Torto, president and CEO of rPath.
Paul started his entrepreneurial career creating JRun, the first Java App Server, later ending up at Adobe through acquisitions.
Building on existing high availability (HA) capabilities, the Good Dynamics app server now elastically scales and will automatically load balance without manual IT intervention.
Integrated New Relic Monitoring to App Server, DB Server, Load Balancer, Node.
He led business initiatives to develop mobile technology that drove the app server revolution and transformed the internet from a mass communication system to both a communication and business platform.