What is Enterprise Server?

Definition of Enterprise Server

Enterprise Server refers to those server computers which are built and used to serve needs of enterprises specifically instead of serving individual users.


Enterprise Servers are customizable servers which can be customized in both regards i.e. hardware and software according to business requirements. These servers are built to support critical business transactions and process with maximized fault tolerance and minimize server downtime. Enterprise Servers provide increased rate of productivity and security along with better control over devices associated with the system. Enterprise Servers also facilitate their users with accommodatable network topologies like TCP/IP multicast and UDP broadcast technologies. Some of the most famous Enterprise Servers include IBM iSeries systems, Wintel computers, Sun Microsystems’ servers, UNIX-based servers etc. Hence, Enterprise Servers are specifically built to support large scale enterprise businesses and organizations only.

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