Distributed Systems for System Architects
Advances in Distributed Computing and Middleware
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|Format: ||Hardback, 648 pages|
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|Published In: ||Netherlands, 11 January 2001|
The distributed systems architect assembles pieces of hardware that are at least as large as a computer or a network router, and assigns pieces of software that are self-contained - such as Java applets - to those hardware components. As system complexity, size and diversity grow, the probability of inconsistency, unreliability, non-responsiveness and insecurity, increases. It is absolutely necessary for distributed systems architects to understand the management of such complex systems. "Distributed Systems for System Architects" addresses these issues.
Table of Contents
Preface. Foreword. Part I: Distribution. 1. Distributed Systems Foundations. 2. Distributed System Paradigms. 3. Models of Distributed Computing. 4. Distributed Systems and Platforms. 5. Case Study: VP'63. Part II: Fault Tolerance. 6. Fault-Tolerant Systems Foundations. 7. Paradigms for Distributed Fault Tolerance. 8. Models of Distributed Fault-Tolerant Computing. 9. Dependable Systems and Platforms. 10. Case Study: VP'63. Part III: Real-Time. 11. Real-Time Systems Foundations. 12. Paradigms for Real-Time. 13. Models of Distributed Real-Time Computing. 14. Distributed Real-Time Systems and Platforms. 15. Case Study: VP'63. Part IV: Security. 16. Fundamental Security Concepts. 17. Security Paradigms. 18. Models of Distributed Secure Computing. 19. Secure Systems and Platforms. 20. Case Study: VP'63. Part V: Management. 21. Fundamental Concepts of Management. 22. Paradigms for Distributed Systems Management. 23. Models of Network and Distributed Systems Management. 24. Management Systems and Platforms. 25. Case Study: VP'63. References. Index.
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