Application Center

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Application Center

Software from Microsoft for managing IIS Web servers. It provides support for load balancing, fault tolerance, clustering and replication. Formerly AppCenter Server, Application Center also provides a centralized management console for monitoring the operation. See .NET Enterprise Server.
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Aside from what Microsoft describes as an across-the-board investment in XML for integration and interoperabilty, DNA 2000 extends the current version of DNA with some new products, including the BizTalk Server for business process integration and AppCenter Server for managing "server farms." Windows 2000 will include the core DNA services, including the COM+ component model and services (in the process of being re-plumbed - see separate story), the Internet Information Services web server, Active Server Pages, transactions, MSMQ messaging, data access, clustering and IP load balancing services - which will all be integrated within the operating system itself.