Once rampant family of IBM terminal offerings, where the term now refers to the data stream still widely used for mainframe application access.
IBM terminal family for AS/400 systems, where the term now refers to the data stream still widely used for iSeries application access.
Microsoft s strategic object-oriented technology, which applies to COM and Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) technologies.
Doyen of the open -source movement that is particularly active and germane in the areas of XML, Java, and Web server technology.
Small, mini-applications that run within a Web browser or an applet viewer and have strictly limited access to host resources, in particular any kinds of files.
Service-rich (e.g., load balancing) software platforms for executing contemporary applications written in languages such as Java and C++.
Highly successful IBM mini-computer family introduced in 1988. Now referred to as the iSeries.
Microsoft s server-side scripting technology for creating dynamic Web content.
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
A once swaggering, Layer 2 data transfer mechanism, based on the very fast switching of fixed-length, 53-byte cells , which was considered the only way to realize the bandwidth required for supporting multimedia applications.
Process of uniquely identifying and validating a person, application, or Web service.
Self-managing, self-healing systems epitomized by IBM s Project eLiza technology.