The Next Generation Development Platform: Windows DNA 2000

Windows DNA 2000 is the platform that developers will use to create Next Generation Windows Services. It consists of eight Microsoft server products, Application Services (what some might call middleware), and the Visual Studio 7.0 development environment. System designers can pick and choose the individual components they need to build distributed applications. However, the "2000" in the name is somewhat of a misnomer, since only Windows 2000 Server and its associated Application Services are currently available.

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