The Rasterbator is a single or dual processor, computer application that is used to create an image of the server. The image is then fed into the appropriate software on the client computer for use with image processing applications. It is used primarily to create bottlenecks in the network that are causing a problem in the flow of data. The images created by the Rasterbator also can be used in distributed computing applications. One application that can make use of these images is the Arje, a small French language application that is used mainly for creating artwork.
The rasterbator came about as an image processing application, but now it has so much popularity that the server itself rarely can handle the load. So often in the mean time while you are waiting for a piece of information to come through the Rasterbator, your image still stands, lonely, dry, empty. Image processing software applications are designed to fill in these gaps by making your computer act like a spider, which locates all those images that have become "lost" in the clutter on your hard drive. The spider's task is to "spider" out those areas where your data is missing, duplicating them across other slower computers so that you don't lose any work. And because the spiders can do this in real time, you do not even have to be sitting right next to the image processing application, since you can access it from anywhere that you can get online.
Many companies are finding that the Rasterbator can be a very effective way to keep their system operating at optimum performance. The Rasterbator also has a reputation of being very reliable, even under the worst conditions, and has a history of running very smoothly and reliably. So if you are looking for a server to host your website, the Rasterbator could very well be a good choice. There are many image processing applications out there that use the Rasterbator's method for speeding up your server. But for the best results when you are processing larger amounts of data, and especially when you are using the Rasterbator for your web site's content, it is strongly recommended that you use one of the many alternatives to the Rasterbator.