It is a group of computers acting as servers and housed together in a single location
This is a group of servers, usually located in a secure area, and sometimes collocated at an ISP. These servers all serve a generic purpose and have some sort of load balanced across them. If one server in the farm dies, business carries on as usual. If performance is slow, you add more servers.
Also called a server cluster. Group of real servers that provide various applications and services.
A group of networked computer servers that are housed in one location, usually a secure area, that perform no other tasks besides server tasks; there are usually many computers without screens, stacked in rows of racks, that operate continuously, day and night; these areas are generally kept very cool and have a backup source of electricity; these are also known as â€œdata centersâ€ or â€œserver clusters.â€ (See Server.)
a collection of servers networked together at a single location
a group of load-balanced servers IP addresses or server names
a group of servers that share database information and provide both redundancy and high availability
a group of WinFrame or MetaFrame servers that are logically pooled together to service a user workload
a location where several computer servers are operating somewhat in parallel
a series of connected servers installed at a single location
a series of networked computers which balance a central workload
Somtimes referred to as a server cluster, a server farm is a group of networked servers that are housed in one location. A server farm harnessing the power of multiple servers and relies on load-balancing to distribute the work load among those servers. When one server in the farm fails, another can step in as a backup and take more of the load.
A cluster of servers in a centralized location serving a large user population.
A centralized grouping of network servers maintained by an enterprise or, often, an Internet service provider (ISP). A server farm provides a network with load balancing, scalability, and fault tolerance. Individual servers may be connected in such a way that they appear to represent a single resource.
A rack or a whole room holding a group of servers. A server farm may be owned by one company and used by one company, or it may be owned by one company and each of the servers leased to other companies.
A group of computers configured as servers gathered together in a single location.
A server farm is a collection of computer servers usually maintained by an enterprise to accomplish server needs far beyond the capability of one machine. Often, server farms will have both a primary and a backup server allocated to a single task, so that in the event of the failure of the primary server, a backup server will take over the primary server's function.