multitier application

multitier application

An application, in which one part runs on one server and another part runs on another. See three-tier client/server.
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lt;p>But it's not yet that easy, at least for a complex multitier application that depends on internal databases and that serves thousands of users with ever-changing access rights.
In today's enterprise, being able to automatically and correctly deploy the many, fast- changing components required of a modern web-based multitier application is critical to the business," said Gartner VP and Distinguished Analyst Ronni J.
5 to simplify complex, multitier application architectures
Inkra's VSA simplifies the rollout and operations of a multitier application infrastructure.
Whether IT personnel are projecting the impact of 500 additional e-mail users, deploying a multitier application or consolidating data centers, the HP and MIL 3 solution helps them support their businesses better," said Marc Cohen, MIL 3's chief executive officer.
On the most elementary level, Internet computing based on Web browser interfaces and multitier applications promises to lower the tremendous expense of maintaining client/server application networks.
These include methods of supporting multitier applications, sharing resources in public-private hybrid clouds, guaranteeing service delivery while efficiently utilizing cloud resources, enabling multi-tenant cloud computing, and facilitating time-based policy enforcement.
0 is also optimized for deployment as a "data server," where it is used in the middle-tier of multitier applications to "restage" existing information resources in formats compatible with Java, C++ and Web applications.
0 includes a variety of new features to support deployment as a data server, where it is used in the middle tier of multitier applications to "re-stage" enterprise data in formats compatible with Java, C++ and Web applications.
Representing a unified and integrated approach for building distributed, scalable, multitier applications, the Windows DNA framework allows organizations to focus on producing and implementing value-added business solutions rather than systems integration.
For example, HOW for Visual Basic encourages business analysts and developers to model business solutions as multitier applications.