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ESA

(ee -să) Abbrev. for European Space Agency.
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ESA

(architecture)
Enterprise Systems Architecture.

ESA

(body)
European Space Agency.
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ESA

(1) (Enterprise Services Architecture) See enterprise SOA.

(2) (Enterprise System Architecture) An IBM mainframe brand. See ESA/370 and ESA/390.
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