"Server" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Server Downtime

    Case 2.1 Server Downtime As part of the first assignment‚ research and analysis of the downtime on a client’s primary network servers during the month of April must be done in order to further prepare a presentation to the company’s management. Downtime refers to a period of time that a system fails to provide or perform its primary function. The term is commonly applied to networks and servers. Server downtime‚ a period of time when the server is unusable‚ is prevented by close monitoring and

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  • Virtual Servers

    Virtual Servers Table of Contents I. Table of Contents II. Introduction III. Executive Summary IV. Virtual Servers a. What Are They? b. What Do They Replace? c. Requirements V. Advantages d. Maintenance e. Green Solution f. Disaster Recovery VI. Conclusion VII. References Introduction As the technology timeline continues in full momentum‚ companies tend to struggle behind‚ trying to catch up. Where we talk about in this

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  • Peoplesoft Messaging Server

    PeopleSoft Messaging Server Settings Guide 1 Contents 2 Introduction Introducing the PeopleSoft Messaging Server 3 Messaging Server Processes 4 Configuring Messaging Servers in PSADMIN 4 Understanding Dispatcher Parameters 5 Understanding Handler Parameters 7 Understanding Integration Broker Parameters 8 Minimum and Recommended Values. 9 Edit History 10 Introduction Introducing the PeopleSoft Messaging Server PeopleSoft Messaging Services exist on the application server and are the heart

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  • Client Server Script

    Client-side Scripting Client-side scripting generally refers to the class of computer programs on the web that are executed client-side‚ by the user’s web browser‚ instead of server-side (on the web server).[1] This type of computer programming is an important part of the Dynamic HTML (DHTML) concept‚ enabling web pages to be scripted; that is‚ to have different and changing content depending on user input‚ environmental conditions (such as the time of day)‚ or other variables. Client-side scripts

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  • Client Server Application

    Assignment for BITP 3123 Table of Contents 1. Client Server Application using Java ................................................................................ 1 2. Requirements and Screen Design for Client Side ............................................................ 1 3. Requirements and Screen Design for Server Side ........................................................... 2 4. Requirements for the Client Server Application .........................................

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  • Client Server Model

    Internet is based on a client-server model‚ where every day‚ millions and millions of computers are accessing thousands and thousands of servers. Many of the things we use our computers for today make use of this model‚ from web browsing to electronic mail. Over the years‚ competing models of networking emerged to compete with the client-server model. The peer-to-peer model has been a prominent competitor with vast differences. Mainframe architecture‚ from which the client-server evolved‚ still has a place

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  • Client and Server

    Most organization today are moving to client server architectures. Client server attempt to balance the processing between the client and the server by having both do some of the logic. In these networks‚ the client is responsible for the presentation logic‚ while the server is responsible for the data access logic and data storage. The application logic may reside on the client on the client or on the server‚ or it may be split between both. These are many ways in which the application logic

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  • Proxy Server

    with the Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server Author: Date: City: Martin Eisermann 2002-05-13 Bad Aibling‚ Germany Annotations: This research paper is an extract from an about 100 pages enfolding diploma thesis of Martin Eisermann‚ student at the Fachhochschule Rosenheim (University of Applied Sciences)‚ Germany. It contains the results of performance tests‚ accomplished with MS Proxy Server 2.0‚ MS ISA Server and Linux Squid Proxy. This work reflects the personal

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  • Client Server Architecture

    In Computer science client-server is a software architecture model consisting of two parts‚ client systems and server systems‚ both communicate over acomputer network or on the same computer. A client-server application is a distributed system consisting of both client and server software. The clientprocess always initiates a connection to the server‚ while the server process always waits for requests from any client. When both the client process and server process are running on the same computer

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  • Client Server Technology

    Chapter 1 Client Server Technology: An Introduction Client/Server technology is a means for separating the functions of an application into two or more distinct parts. The client presents and manipulates data on the desktop computer. The server acts like a mainframe to store and retrieve protected data. Together each machine can perform the duties it is best at. Client-server computing or networking is a distributed application architecture that partitions tasks or work load between service

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