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Multi-Tier Model for Infrastructure Computing

Multi-Tier Model for Infrastructure Computing

Multi-Tier Model

Multi-Tier Model for Infrastructure Computing
Tier 1: Router, firewall, cache server(s), load balancing server(s), web server(s)
Tier 2: Application servers
Tier 3: Database servers

Tier 2: Application servers

The next layer of a three tier architecture is the application layer. Using www.dell.com as an example, after you have looked at all of the system information, spec sheets, etc. and you click "Configure & Price," you begin to interact with an Microsoft®  Commerce Server running on the middle-tier application server. Choose from the Dell line of versatile PowerEdgeTM  general-purpose servers and PowerVaultTM  storage solutions along with an extremely broad base of hardware, O/S and application support to build the core of your infrastructure.

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