Definition Edit

A web farm is

an integrated collection of firewalls, switches, servers, backup libraries and other components that are precisely focused to develop and maintain a secure, scalable, and redundant web delivery infrastructure. Web farms provide high-speed access to Internet and Intranet users, robust security features, common web services, a dedicated operations staff and standard policies/procedures in the delivery of web products and services.[1]

References Edit

  1. DM3595-001, at 31.

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