Applications Development Manager

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(Or "Director") The person in a company who plans and oversees multiple projects and project managers. The Applications Development Managers works with the CIO and senior management to determine systems development strategy and standards. He or she administers department budget and reviews project managers.

Last updated: 2004-03-06

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application server

1. <software> A designer's or developer's suite of software that helps programmers isolate the business logic in their programs from the platform-related code. Application servers can handle all of the application logic and connectivity found in client-server applications. Many application servers also offer features such as transaction management, clustering and failover, and load balancing; nearly all offer ODBC support.

Application servers range from small footprint, web-based processors for intelligent appliances or remote embedded devices, to complete environments for assembling, deploying, and maintaining scalable multi-tier applications across an enterprise.

2. <software> Production programs run on a mid-sized computer that handle all application operations between browser-based computers and an organisation's back-end business applications or databases. The application server works as a translator, allowing, for example, a customer with a browser to search an online retailer's database for pricing information.

3. <hardware> The device on which application server software runs. Application Service Providers offer commercial access to such devices.

Citrix Application Serving White Paper.

Application Server Sites, a list maintained by Vayda & Herzum.

The Application Server Zone at DevX,.

TechMetrix Research's Application Server Directory,.

Last updated: 2001-03-30

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Application Service Element

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(ASE) Software in the presentation layer of the OSI seven layer model which provides an abstracted interface layer to service application protocol data units (APDU). Because applications and networks vary, ASEs are split into common services and specific services.

Examples of services provided by the common application service element (CASE) include remote operations (ROSE) and database concurrency control and recovery (CCR).

The specific application service element (SASE) provides more specialised services such as file transfer, database access, and order entry.

Csico docs.

Last updated: 2003-09-27

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(ASP) A service (usually a business) that provides remote access to an application program across a network protocol, typically HTTP. A common example is a website that other websites use for accepting payment by credit card as part of their online ordering systems.

As this term is complex-sounding but vague, it is widely used by marketroids who want to avoid being specific and clear at all costs.

Last updated: 2001-03-26

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Application Software Installation Server

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(ASIS) A service once offered by CERN's IT division that included a repository containing CERN and HEP software and tools in the form of compressed source and documentation.

As of 2014-11-13, the service appears to be dead.

http://consult.cern.ch/writeup/Abstracts/asis.html

Last updated: 2014-11-13

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Application-Specific Integrated Circuit

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(ASIC) An integrated circuit designed to perform a particular function by defining the interconnection of a set of basic circuit building blocks drawn from a library provided by the circuit manufacturer.

Last updated: 1995-02-15

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Applications Programming Interface

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