Microsoft Enterprise Server

Written by Monique Krape
Bookmark and Share

The Microsoft Enterprise Server is a multifaceted server with a number of specific applications designed with larger operations in mind. It expands on the strengths of the Standard Edition while maintaining its function as an infrastructure for networking, building databases and websites, messaging, filing, and printing.

The Microsoft Enterprise Server includes the following core components: 8-way Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP), and 8-node clustering. The SMP ensures that your network of processing systems can work jointly and efficiently. The cluster services provide the server with the power to handle much larger systems of operation than the Standard Edition. With upwards of 32 gigabytes of RAM, the Enterprise Server offers its users the ability to manage substantial amounts of information.

As the Internet impacts how people and businesses communicate and how information is secured, the Microsoft Enterprise Server is equipped to handle the merging of your operations with the many Web-based services available today. In part, the Enterprise Server provides Internet Protocol version 6, Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet, and Internet Protocol Security. These enhancements, enabling the user to access their client-base through the Internet, insure a secure means to networking.

The Microsoft Enterprise Server utilizes the .Net Framework, providing support for a number of Web-based applications. The technology involved with the .Net Framework enables users to build customized access to Microsoft products; this includes both software and devices. This connective organization grants users with an effective means to communicate and collaborate with other systems.

Bookmark and Share