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adserver

A Web-based server that delivers banner ads and popup ads to the requesting Web pages. For companies that sell their own ads, the adserver may be an inhouse or co-located machine at an ISP, or it may be owned by an Internet advertising company. See Internet advertising.
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For Yahoo, the solution came in the form of NetApp filers, which allowed the company to add server space at a dizzying rate.
North Central Regional Library, 310 Douglas St., Wenatchee; $6,093 project to add server room.
Deploying Array Networks reverse proxy solution with SSL acceleration, IndiaFirst Life has slowed the rate at which it needs to add server capacity.
"This allows us to quickly add server hardware to meet demand while it is being generated, without compromising our high service quality."
"After looking at the beta product for Citrix XenServer integrated into NetApp, we are excited about a storage-optimized virtualization solution that will enable our customers to leverage familiar software to add server virtualization capabilities and manage it all through one central management console."Delivering Storage-Optimized VirtualizationNetApp Data ONTAP enables IT staff to process resource-intensive storage services in the storage array to free up physical server resources to run business-critical application workloads.
Small Offices and Home Offices (SOHO) need to add server class storage without the luxury of using IT services.
Office packages enjoy easy-to-manage desktop environment backups for an unlimited number of Windows, Mac and Linux machines, while the premium Enterprise packages also add server backups into the mix, including live MSSQL and MySQL database and MS Exchange server services.
-- Single-click maintenance: Through Matrix Manager, PolyServe's powerful cluster management tool, managing a cluster of resources is actually easier than a single server: Users can easily set up and maintain failover targets, add server and storage capacity with applications online, monitor system performance and storage usage and perform other management tasks with significantly less time and labor.
Cloud data centers can add servers and storage at entirely different rates, matching each precisely to their needs.
To which Frederick responded that the technological approach Aereo takes makes it easy to add modules as business expands--just as cloud companies add servers. "That is the technological reason the cloud works as it does, Mr.