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application server

A server which runs programs that process and display data exchanged with client machines.
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SIP app server vendors face less competition due to market consolidation but need to prove their value, as operators prefer to sweat existing assets.
App servers, as they are called, perform the humdrum functions such as load balance which all applications need to run.
The group~s current system portfolio is primarily based on Oracle technology, including weblogic app server servicebus, database etc.
Using what's become the re-branded VisualAge Interspace, IBM says product developers can stick with their preferred desktop development tool and start building client-server, Java or App Server applications that hook with ease into IBM enterprise server back ends.
Seeing operating system logs, app server requests, database queries, and router logs in one live interface is incredibly useful.
The Linux application server, Vision App server, is scheduled for release in July.
Of the 30 app server plug-ins listed on the Eclipse IDE Marketplace, Liferay is the sixth most popular.
Building on existing high availability (HA) capabilities, the Good Dynamics app server now elastically scales and will automatically load balance without manual IT intervention.
We are seeing increasing market interest in our technology and in our app server free approach - particularly within transaction-centric industries such as financial services, telecommunications and transportation sectors," says Guy Pardon, CTO, Atomikos.
IT Weapons not only uses but also recommends AppAssure's Replay 4 for Windows App Server, VMware vSphere, and Hyper-v Backup and Disaster Recovery.
SpringSource tc Server's small footprint allows me to deploy a dozen app server instances on one physical box virtualized by VMware software, with plenty of capacity left over.
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.