Introducing Windows Server System

Typically, to develop an application you need a Web server, an application server, and a relational database. Then you can develop the application based on the various requirements analysis that you have done. However, over the years a number of out-of-the-box or off-the-shelf (sometimes also known as COTS—common off the shelf) products have emerged that have implemented commonly used functionality typically required in application developments. In the area of e-business application development, a number of such products have appeared. These packaged applications tend to be classified in one or more of the following categorizations:

  • Content Management— These products provide template-based content management ...

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