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Application Servers: Powering the Web-Based Enterprise

by Jesse Feiler

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 012251338X, Paperback)

Application servers are the present and future of Web-based enterprise. As the software link between browsers and other client applications and companies' internal databases and legacy systems, they enable a wide range of complex online interactions-by dynamically generating catalogs, accepting and processing orders, updating customer or employee data, and retrieving and presenting other requested information.
Application Servers: Powering the Web-Based Enterprise gives technical and managerial IT professionals a comprehensive view of this increasingly critical technology, all from a vendor-neutral perspective. Inside, readers learn successful strategies for building large-scale Web applications that take full advantage of their application server's diverse capabilities. This book is an essential resource for all businesses investing in the Web as a medium for interactions with employees, vendors, customers, or partners.

Key Features
* Provides the only book-length, vendor-neutral coverage of this rapidly expanding area of technological and business development
* Offers an in-depth look at the advantages and challenges application servers pose for large enterprises
* Organized in four sections covering all aspects of putting an application server to work: design, development, production, and maintenance
* Serves as the companion book to Database-Driven Web Sites, the author's innovative look at tools and techniques for building dynamic, data-intensive Web enterprises

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