distributed Internet application (Microsoft) (DNA)
Windows Distributed Internet Application (DNA) is a scalable framework developed by Microsoft for distributed Web applications. The DNA architecture's multi-tier computing model provides developers with a scalable development platform for Web-based applications. Of particular interest is the creation and integration of Web services.
Windows DNA relies on Microsoft-specific components and middleware techniques such as the Component Object Model( COM), Object Linking and Embedding( OLE), and ActiveX. In addition, the Distributed Internet Application provides Web-based applications and the corresponding interfaces for Web servers, browsers, databases and message transmission. In addition, directory services and security services.