.NET Server

.NET Server

An earlier branding for the Windows Server family. See .NET Enterprise Server.
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Microsoft's Web-based .Net server software enables standard Web-based application development and easy integration with current and future POS systems for increased total-cost-of-ownership.
The TI tools enable Windows developers to wrap existing host line-of-business (LOB) applications as XML Web services or Microsoft .NET server components that are usable in a service-oriented architecture (SOA) solution.
Java developers can still take advantage of the Microsoft Speech Server and development tools by using a .NET server with Web services that communicate with back-end J2EE components for data access and business transactions.
Microsoft briefly called the OS Windows 2002 before inserting the .NET name to make it Windows .NET Server in the spring of 2002.
SftMask/ATL supports all product features on Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP and .NET Server 2003, allowing easy migration of applications across all supported platforms.
The combination of the Unisys ES7000 server, the Intel Itanium 2 processor and Microsoft .NET Server 2003 with SQL Server 2000 is achieving top database query performance today, yielding better business information at lower total cost.
'It is something that we take incredibly seriously,' said Bill Veghte, vice-president of the .NET server group.
When their .Net Server family debuts early this year, all of the security layers will be locked down (not left open) by default.