Microsoft Application Server Is Easy To Set Up And Use
November 13, 2021

Microsoft Application Server Is Easy To Set Up And Use

Aurpa Fiza | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft Application Server

I think this is one of the outstanding Microsoft products. We use this to host the fantastic applications that we've put online. Microsoft Application Server allows us to reliably and quickly categorize our internal software to our remote workers. It lets remote users access legacy and on-premises applications. Installing the application locally on the user's system is not required. We deployed, managed, and updated on-prem apps from a single location. Our remote staff and clients use it to run applications.
  • Microsoft Application Server has proven to be highly reliable and effective at deploying to all of its clients.
  • Application performance is surprisingly good and responsive even in bandwidth-constrained environments and generally very reliable.
  • All software programs are manageable from a single location, even when bandwidth is limited.
  • It must support more environments, and Microsoft hotfixes and service packs frequently necessitate server reboots when they are applied.
  • Updates for both security and general release necessitate a restart.
  • Updates sometimes necessitate restarts, resulting in downtime and the need for more videos for users.
  • We have all of our applications in one place. Microsoft Application Server has helped us save money because we no longer have to maintain legacy applications on end-user systems.
  • There has been a fantastic return on investment for our company. Improved efficiency in our IT operations has reduced the time spent maintaining legacy applications, allowing our IT staff to work on other projects.
  • Its performance is excellent even in bandwidth-constrained environments, and allowing all users to access our legacy applications has greatly improved business operations.
We did choose because of its dependability, speed, complex environment support, and ease of use. Microsoft Application Server is cheaper than IBM WebSphere Application Server and faster than WebSphere. Microsoft Application Server is a close competitor in terms of features, but it's more expensive. In addition, we must deal directly with the vendor.

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Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V), Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service)
Regardless of the environment, Microsoft Application Server is used to manage internal applications. Installing legacy software on the computers of end-users is a cinch with this solution. It provides a central location for updating and managing legacy applications. It is less valuable if you're using only web-based and cloud-based apps.

Microsoft Application Server (deprecated) Feature Ratings

IDE support
Security management
Administration and management
Application server performance
Open-source standards compliance