Windows Server 2003
Why do some online businesses opt to have an arrangement of two types of servers application servers and database servers?
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What kinds of computer servers are there available?
Asked in Windows Server 2003
What are the different types of application servers used in today's world?
Asked in Internet, Web Design and Publishing, Clouds
How does www is connected with internet cloud?
1. The components of a cloud computing are --------------- i. Client computers --------It includes devices, such as desktops and laptops devices, which use the cloud computing devices such as access to database servers, application servers, and storage devices. ii. Application servers ---------- It includes various servers, such as SharePoint server, which is either used for running the developed application by the users or is used for providing the application development software to develop the application by the developer. iii. Storage devices -------- It includes various devices known as storage boxes that store large amounts of data at a centralized location. iv. Networks components ---------- It includes various components such as cables, hardware firewalls, hubs, routers, bridges and switches. v. Control node ----------- It controls and monitors the accessibility of various cloud computing services such as storage devices, application servers, and database servers.
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What are three businesses with web servers located outside of the US?
Asked in Windows Server 2003
What is a member server?
in Active Directory server roles, computers that function as servers within a domain can have one of two roles: member server or domain controller. A member server is a computer that runs an operating system in the Windows 2000 Server family or the Windows Server 2003 family, belongs to a domain, and is not a domain controller. Member servers typically function as the following types of servers: file servers, application servers, database servers, Web servers, certificate servers, firewalls and remote-access servers.
Asked in Web Servers
What are the different types of web application servers?
Asked in Business & Finance
Which companies will provide servers for small businesses?
Would you classify a web server as a utility program or an application?
I wouldn't classify it as either. I would call it something like a operating system (OS) extension. There are all kinds of servers, including web servers, fax servers, file servers, print servers, database servers, etc. Each represents something that provides a service to users who request the service. A web server simply provides web content to users who request it...
Asked in Architecture
Advantages and disadvantages of Multitier architecture?
I hope these are the right answers: The benefits of the N-tier model are as follows: Scalability: The key N-tier benefit is improved scalability since the application servers can be deployed on many machines. Also, the database no longer requires a connection from every client -- it only requires connections from a smaller number of application servers. In addition, TP monitors or ORBs can be used to balance loads and dynamically manage the number of application server(s) available. Better Re-use: The same logic can be initiated from many clients or applications. If an object standard like COM/DCOM or CORBA is employed (as discussed in tool dependence), then the specific language implementation of the middle tier can be made transparent. Improved Data Integrity: since all updates go through the middle tier, the middle tier can ensure that only valid data is allowed to be updated in the database and the risk of a rogue client application corrupting data is removed. Improved Security: Security is improved since it can be implemented at multiple levels (not just the database). Security can be granted on a service-by-service basis. Since the client does not have direct access to the database, it is more difficult for a client to obtain unauthorized data. Business logic is generally more secure since it is placed on a more secure central server. Reduced Distribution: Changes to business logic only need to be updated on the application servers and do not have to be distributed to all the clients. Improved Availability: mission-critical applications can make use of redundant application servers and redundant database servers. With redundant servers, it is possible to architect an application so that it can recover from network or server failures. Hidden Database Structure: since the actual structure of the database is hidden from the caller, it is possible that many database changes can be made transparently. Therefore, a service in the middle tier that exchanges information/data with other applications could retain its original interface while the underlying database structure was enhanced during a new application release.
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What models of IBM servers are suitable for small and medium businesses?
What kind of databases and database servers does MySpace use?
Asked in Minecraft
Can you get in trouble from playing on a server without filling out an application in minecraft?
Classic Servers: Classic servers are free for all to play. Creative/Survival/Hardcore: Many of these servers require you to fill in an application in the servers "official" thread on the Minecraft forum. Most of the time, servers are "whitelisted". Which means you cannot access the server unless your application has been approved. You will be automatically kicked by the server if it does not recognise your name. Some servers are not whitelisted and are free for anybody to join on condition that you follow the server rules. Take a look at the Minecraft forums to see which servers require you to apply or which are free for anybody to join.
Generally in an organization how many server are using?
Asked in Facebook
Which database is used by Facebook?
Asked in Computer Networking
What is client-server model of computing?
The client/server model is a computing model that acts as distributed application which partitions tasks or workloads between the providers of a resource or service, called servers, and service requesters, called clients. Often clients and servers communicate over acomputer network on separate hardware, but both client and server may reside in the same system. A server machine is a host that is running one or more server programs which share their resources with clients. A client does not share any of its resources, but requests a server's content or service function. Clients therefore initiate communication sessions with servers which await incoming requests. Schematic clients-server interaction. The client/server characteristic describes the relationship of cooperating programs in an application. The server component provides a function or service to one or many clients, which initiate requests for such services. A notable example of this is the way OpenGLtreats the video card of a computer as a server, with the actual application making rendering requests to it. This model is further solidified with the OpenGL Shading Language, with the user writing small programs that live in video memory, and are requested from the main program through the graphics driver. Functions such as email exchange, web access and database access are built on the client/server model. Users accessing banking services from their computer use a web browser client to send a request to a web server at a bank. That program may in turn forward the request to its own database client program, which sends a request to a database server at another bank computer to retrieve the account information. The balance is returned to the bank database client, which in turn serves it back to the web browser client, displaying the results to the user. The client-server model has become one of the central ideas ofnetwork computing. Many business applications being written today use the client-server model, as do the Internet's main application protocols, such as HTTP, SMTP, Telnet, and DNS. The interaction between client and server is often described using sequence diagrams. The Unified Modeling Language has support for sequence diagrams. Specific types of clients include web browsers, email clients, and online chat clients. Specific types of servers include web servers, ftp servers, application servers, database servers, name servers, mail servers, file servers,print servers, and terminal servers. Most web services are also types of servers.