|The term "production" normally refers to a device, or domain, or whatever, that's actually in use for business purposes. This is as compared to say, a server you're using to lab something out which would refer to a server not connected to your business domain that you use as a test bed for whatever.|
You buy a new server. You install the OS and update it. Now you assign it TCP/IP info for your network, rack it up, connect it to the network and bring it into production (ie: start it up, put some services on it and make them available to the users in the domain/network)
So remove the term "production" or the letter "P" from your searches and you should find what you're looking for.