Client/server Performance Tuning

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Computers - 302 pages
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Want to overcome typical problems that hamper client/server performance and deliver a poor return on client/server investments? Then use these system-tuning solutions that make a client/server system perform the way it's supposed to. System architect Sid Wise gives you an end-to-end look at client/server applications, how they are designed, and how they interact with their environment to show you how to locate and fix sources of poor performance. Complete with coverage of UNIX, MVS, Windows NT, and OS/2 environments, Client/Server Performance Tuning is an indispensable reference for application designers, developers, and project managers.

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Contents

What Is ClientServer?
1
ClientServer Application Components
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Performance Impacts of Application Design
45
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About the author (1997)

Wiseis a Senior Principal Consultant for Keane, Inc.

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