web farm


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web farm

n
(Computer Science) computing a large website that uses two or more servers to handle user requests. Also called: web server farm
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Guests who wish to travel at a closer travel period will be redirected to a secondary web farm in airasia.
A typical user expecting a two to five second response time experiences 30- to 60-second response times instead, and as the load on the system grows one or more of the Web farm servers may crash.
Web farm deployment configuration--supports advanced deployment rules for Web 2.
In this superbly presented travelog, viewers will also be treated to a visit to the Cold Hollow Cider Company and the cider making process, the Benedictine monks at the Weston Pirory and their music, the Knights Spider Web farm where real spider webs are employed in the creation of art, and so much more.
Then, the DDOE built a Web farm consisting of four Web servers running Windows Server 2003 with IIS and two database servers running SQL Server 2000.
We use a pair of Array Traffic Managers in our server Web Farm, speeding up delivery of our rather complex pages assembled by DynaBase.
For example, an ecommerce website would have a front-end Web farm serving up HTML pages with relatively static information.
The ASP service will be managed from Planet's web farm and from its recently opened UK Internet data centre.
AT&T CERFNET is a facilities-based ISP with eight national Web Farm SuperSites.