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build server

A build server is a machine on which a software project can be continuously built from changes that are committed to the repository. Read Full Definition

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VMware vCenter Server Heartbeat (vCSHB)

VMware vCenter Server Heartbeat (vCSHB) is VMware's OEM version of NeverFail, which is designed to ensure the high availability and disaster recovery of vCenter Server whether on a LAN or a Wireless Wide Area ... Read Full Definition

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Microsoft Windows Server Desktop Experience

Microsoft Windows Server Desktop Experience is a feature that allows admins to install various Windows 7 features on servers running Windows Server 2008, Windows 8 features on servers running Windows Server 2012 ... Read Full Definition

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Windows Server 2012 (WS 2012)

Windows Server 2012, formerly codenamed Windows Server 8, is the latest version of Windows Server. Read Full Definition

Client Access Server (CAS)

The Client Access Server (CAS) is a server role for end user connectivity within the Exchange environment. Read Full Definition

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Exchange Server 2010 is the version of Microsoft’s messaging platform that replaced Exchange Server 2007. Read Full Definition

server-based storage

Server-based storage is a re-emerging class of data storage that removes cost and complexity by housing storage media inside servers rather than in dedicated and custom-engineered storage arrays. Read Full Definition

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enterprise server

An enterprise server is a computer containing programs that collectively serve the needs of an enterprise rather than a single user, department, or specialized application. Read Full Definition

server stack

A server stack is the collection of software that forms the operational infrastructure on a given machine. In a computing context, a stack is an ordered pile. Read Full Definition

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redundant array of inexpensive servers (RAIS)

A redundant array of inexpensive servers (RAIS) is the use of multiple servers with load balancing to manage demand across servers and allow one server to take over for another in the case of failure. Read Full Definition