An individual who manages a Web site. Depending on the size of the site, the Webmaster might be responsible for any of the following:
Making sure that the Web server hardware and software is running properly
Designing the Web site
Creating and updating Web pages
Replying to user feedback
Creating CGI scripts
Monitoring traffic through the site
The exponential growth of the World Wide Web has created an unprecedented demand for Webmasters.
WebSphere is an IBM brand of products that implement and extend Sun’s JavaTwoEnterpriseEdition (J2EE) platform. The Java-based application and transaction infrastructure delivers high-volume transaction processing for e-business and provides enhanced capabilities for transaction management, as well as security, performance, availability, connectivity, and scalability. [Adapted from IBM’s WebSphere Web page].
(1) Software that is remotely accessed online usually with a Web browser. Also called Web applications or online software. (2) Refers to a set of components used to develop Web sites or online applications.
Short for Wired for Management, an open-industry specification developed by Intel that lets IT professionals automate client-PC management over a network. WfM technology is used in client-side hardware (such as circuitry, memory, power supply and NIC ) and management software applications (such as LDCM ). IT managers will use the software to interact with PCs […]
- White Book
The specification covering the video CD format.
- White Box Testing
Also known as glass box, structural, clear box and open box testing. A software testing technique whereby explicit knowledge of the internal workings of the item being tested are used to select the test data. Unlike black box testing, white box testing uses specific knowledge of programming code to examine outputs. The test is accurate […]