How to Deliver Client/Server Applications That Work
This book focuses on the needs of a project leader or a technical architect who is responsible for turning the vision of the executive into a successful client/server system. Unlike current books, which are either written for senior management responsible for strategy or for programmers who need low level programming details, this is a practical and concise, "how-to" guide and a roadmap for the process which will successfully deliver client/server applications. It leads the project leader through all the stages of the life cycle - from conceptualization to system development and deployment. How to Deliver Client/Server Applications That Work offers practical, proven advice on the business and technical issues that a project leader must deal with effectively.
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To Proceed or Not to Proceed
CostBenefit Analysis of ClientServer Systems
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3GLs APPC architecture area network building Business logic change management client/server client/server applications client/server computing client/server systems COBOL communication cost create database server datagram DBMS DBMS server DBMSs development tools devices distributed applications distributed logic distributed logic model EHLLAPI environment Ethernet example execute FDDI Figure file server front end function groupware GUI designer hardware IBM's implement important involved IPX/SPX LAN Manager LAN Server language mainframe management process management system memory ment multiple needs NetBIOS Netware network layer network operating system number of users object ODBC OSI model performance PowerBuilder problem management remote data management requirements screen screen scraping server application server machine session SNMP SQL request SQL Server SQL statements stored procedure systems administrator task TCP/IP technical testing threads tion token ring transport protocols typically UNIX update user interface Windows workstation