Middleware: The kind of word that software industry insiders love to spew. Vague enough to mean just about any software program that functions as a link between two other programs, such as a Web server and a database program. Middleware also has a more specific meaning as a program that exists between a network and an application and carries out such tasks as authentication. But middleware functionality is often incorporated in application or network software, so precise definitions can get all messy.
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