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1. To place objects directly on top of others.
2. To perform a procedure immediately after a preceding one, without interruption or pause.

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The common technique to obtain the application stack trace is to send a "kill -3" signal to the Application Server Java process (the ctrl+break key sequence handles this under Microsoft Windows).
Visibility across the entire application stack, or the application delivery chain comprised of the application and all the back-end IT that supports it--software, middleware, and extended infrastructure required for performance, especially the database--is a must to ensure application performance in today's complex, highly interconnected IT environment.
SMP features comprehensive solutions across the Microsoft infrastructure and application stack, including Shared File Systems, Exchange, Active Directory, SharePoint, BlackBerry and ActiveSync, Desktops and Servers.
The Virtusa solution works on top of a bank's sanction screening application stack and comes preloaded with process templates for payment message analysis, pre-built exception handling components, and a data model that leverages historical data to jumpstart the training process.
way to scale-out transactions, but it is a choice that moves a lot of complexity and cost up the application stack.
Since the earliest days of commercial computing, magnetic disk devices have represented the slowest component in the application stack. And although Moore's Law--which states that electronic components exhibit exponential increases in capability--has resulted in massive improvements in CPU power, memory capacity, and storage density, it has had little effect on the speed of magnetic disks which are subject to mechanical rather than electronic constraints.
According to the company, the Enigmatec Management System (EMS) monitors all levels of a multi-tier application stack for changes in availability or demand, and when it detects a failure or load spike, it orchestrates the reallocation of resources to the appropriate users and applications, utilizing Server Automation software.

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