Implementing Production-Quality Client/Server Systems
Explains some of the more important developments happening in this field and does so in a manner that even the newest practitioner can understand. Ties together all the diverse elements of client/server (C/S) computing. Discusses which applications can be downsized and how to go about it. Describes numerous software products available for implementing C/S architecture including front-end tools, back-end servers, networking software, application development environments, security and systems management tools. Contains a significant amount of case histories which illustrate exactly how C/S systems are implemented.
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COMPONENTS OF A CLIENTSERVER ARCHITECTURE
GETTING STARTED WITH CLIENTSERVER COMPUTING
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additional application development approach backup basic bridges called capabilities Chapter client software client/server architecture client/server environment client/server systems communication companies components computer system connect create customers database server devices disk disk mirroring distributed database distributed database system downsizing E-mail E-mail packages E-mail systems encrypted end users enterprise example front-end functions gateways graphics groupware hardware IBM's implementations installed integrity Internet interoperability Kerberos LAN Manager layer located machines mainframe ment Microsoft Microsoft Mail Microsoft Windows modules multiple NetWare network management network operating system object object-oriented offers password perform permit platforms PowerBuilder procedures protocol provides query referential integrity routers specific SQL Server stored system management TCP/IP tion transaction processing transparency two-phase commit UNIX update UUCP vendors Windows workflow workstation X Window system X/Open