An enterprise server is a computer containing programs that collectively serve the needs of an enterprise rather than a single user, department, or specialized application. Historically, mainframe -sized computers have been enterprise servers although they were not referred to as server s until recently. As smaller, usually UNIX -based servers and Wintel computers have become faster and have been provided with enterprise-wide program management capabilities, they also been referred to as enterprise servers. In this usage, an enterprise server is both the computer hardware and its main software, the operating system.
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Your development team loves the flexibility of open source web software, like Apache and Tomcat. But as your company grows, it demands that you move to a more secure, more stable environment with the enterprise-level features you need to deliver large-scale websites and lightweight web apps.
The reporting system is only available for Enterprise Manager Consoles connected to a Management Server. Consoles running standalone only have access to the minimal reporting functionality that is available through the standard database management tools.
Ease of use: the need for training should be minimal and the interface should be pleasurable to use
Ease of deployment: business users should need only a standard web browser to access the tool
Security: the application should work with established security mechanisms (e.g., LDAP)
Distribution: it should be easy for users to have reports emailed to themselves and to others
Scheduling: end users should be able to schedule future report runs (e.g., first Monday of each month)
Multiple formats: users like to have options when exporting report data (e.g., XLS, PDF, CSV)
Availability: users want the reporting system available 24×7 (i.e., clusterability, scalability)
Ease of administration: it should be straightforward to set up and maintain the solution
Viability: the tool should have a well-structured and thriving community with a reasonable license