What is Application Server?

Definition of Application Server

An Application Server is responsible for handling all of the operations taking place between the front end user and the backend database.

How does Application Server works?

Application Server is a type of server which is used to carry out critical transactions securely and efficiently.

An Application Server is consist of a server hardware and a server software/ operating system. Both of the components combine to meet the high-end business needs.

An Application Server is responsible for data redundancy, data access, high performance and availability, data confidentiality, user and data management etc.

How and where Application Servers are used?

Application Servers are used in critical business and logical environments for carrying out business transactions from residing database.

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