Software Infrastructure (DevOps)

Web server

A server that accepts HTTP requests from clients, usually web browsers, and gives them HTTP responses, usually along with an HTML page, image, file, media stream or other data that the client needs.

WebRTC

Web Real-Time Communications is a project that allows you to receive media data (audio and video) through a browser and set up a Peer-to-Peer connection between two or more clients through which conventional data and media streams can be transmitted.

WebSockets

Full-duplex communication protocol (can transmit and receive simultaneously) over a TCP connection intended for messaging between the browser and the web server in real time. To establish a WebSocket connection, the client and the server use a protocol similar to HTTP.

Wily Introscope

A monitoring tool used to detect and diagnose performance problems in enterprise application environments, to remove bottlenecks, eliminate unplanned outages, optimize resources, etc.

Windows

A metafamily of graphical operating systems developed, marketed, and sold by Microsoft. It consists of several families of operating systems (Windows NT, Windows Embedded, Windows 9x, Windows Mobile and Windows Phone).

Windows Server

A group of server operating systems released by Microsoft for more efficiently handling corporate networking, Internet hosting, databases, messaging and other needs for big and small business.

Xen

А cross-platform hypervisor with the feature of supporting the virtualization mode inside virtualization in addition to hardware virtualization. Minimality of the code and ease of the hypervisor is achieved due to the removal of the maximum number of components beyond the hypervisor.

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