Managing architectures Definitions

  • S

    StarBand

    StarBand is a broadband Internet service provider (ISP) that uses geostationary satellites to provide always-on connection independent of other media.

  • stove-piped development

    In engineering and information technology, stove-piped development is an approach in which improvements are considered only within the existing and technologically familiar context.

  • synchronize-and-stabilize (sync-and-stabilize)

    Synchronize-and-stabilize (sometimes just called sync-and-stabilize) is a systems development life cycle model in which teams work in parallel on individual application modules, frequently synchronizing their code with that of other teams, and debugging (stabilizing) code regularly throughout the development process.

  • system of systems (SoS)

    System of systems (SoS)  is a way to view multiple, small independent systems in context as part of a larger, more complex system.

  • T

    tModel

    A tModel is a data structure representing a service type (a generic representation of a registered service) in the UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration) registry.

  • Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC)

    The Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC) is a worldwide consortium that establishes standards intended to promote the fast, efficient and reliable execution of e-commerce and database transactions... (Continued)

  • transcoding

    Transcoding is the ability to adapt digital files so that content can be viewed on different playback devices.

  • trap

    In a Web site, a trap is a page that does not allow the reader to back up a previous page (the Back button on the toolbar is inoperable).

  • Tuxedo (Transactions for UNIX, Enhanced for Distributed Operation)

    Tuxedo (which stands for Transactions for UNIX, Enhanced for Distributed Operation) is a middleware product that uses a message-based communications system to distribute applications across various operating system platforms and databases.

  • U

    UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration)

    UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration) is an XML-based registry for businesses worldwide to list themselves on the Internet.

  • usability

    Also see human-computer interaction and graphical user interface.

  • user interface (UI)

    In information technology, the user interface (UI) is everything designed into an information device with which a person may interact.

  • UUID (Universal Unique Identifier)

    A UUID (Universal Unique Identifier) is a 128-bit number used to uniquely identify some object or entity on the Internet.

  • W

    Web bug (Web beacon)

    A Web bug, also known as a Web beacon, is a file object (usually a graphic image such as a transparent GIF) that is placed on a Web page or in an e-mail message to monitor user behavior.

  • Web Intermediaries (WBI)

    Web Intermediaries (WBI - pronounced "webby") is a framework and set of programming tools from IBM for the uniform creation and control of intermediary programs such as proxy servers, transcoding processors, and any kind of program that sits somewhere between two end points in a network.

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