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server application

(1) An application designed to run in a server rather than the user's machine. See client/server, server and server appliance.

(2) See OLE.
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On the Server computer it is installed a Server application, which collect data from the monitoring network.
Aztech Systems Ltd's wholly owned subsidiary ThatWeb.com has launched EagleEye, a server application designed to monitor and safeguard against web site failures and unusual activities on web sites.
US-based Red Hat has become the first provider of Linux-based systems to join Intel's Server Applications Enabling Programme.
The key contributions of this article are as follows: First, we provide an applicable method to discover active server applications without pre-defined knowledge, and create behavior profiles for each server application by applying a novel linear grouping algorithm PSOLGA.
The software decouples Windows Server application instances from a physical server, virtual machine (VM) or cloud server via its industry-unique lightweight container called a virtual host, or Vhost.
The development environment NetBeans IDE (Integrated Development Environment) version 8.0.2 was applied during both the mobile or smart phone application and the PC server application development [8].
Bruker Optics' networking software ONET is a server application accessed via a browser-based Web interface (WebUI) that enables users to set up, administrate and control a network of FT/NIR instruments from a central remote location anywhere in the world.
Intermap Technologies said that the GeoPro Server Application has policy-based log-in and control features enabling administrators to support as many users as desired and set the content, data and applications access to match the security needs of their organization.
Retail store chains can install the server application to share data between the different stores.
Microsoft demonstrated for the first time its server application virtualization technology designed to enable on-demand deployment of applications.