Call the green screen admin stuff a "powershell" or "CLI" to keep up with
all that other modern equipment and you've removed the legacy interface
overnight...

Regards
Evan Harris

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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Joe Pluta

That's exactly what I'm thinking. I think I've actually used the term
"business logic appliance". In this day of plug and play, nobody should
care. As long as it talks via standard protocols (such as REST or web
services) and can be confgiured via a web interface, it's no different
than a router or a firewall appliance. Do you really care what's
running underneath? The only difference is that it will support lots of
users incredibly quickly; my guess is the cost per user interaction
would be very low.

Joe

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