Technology stack

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A technology stack comprises the layers of components or services that are used to provide a software solution or application. Traditional examples include the OSI seven-layer model, the TCP/IP model, and the W3C technology stack.

Technology stacks are often articulated as a list of technologies, such as "J2EE with Java Server Faces running against a SQL Server database" or as a diagram.

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