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The client is also known as the front-end application, reflecting that the end user usually interacts with the client process. The server is any computer process providing the services to the client and also supports multiple and simultaneous clients requests. The server is also known as back-end application, reflecting the fact that the server process provides the background services for the client process. 43 Architectures of Client/Server Systems The communication middleware is any computer process through which client and server communicate.
In short, the plan requires an integrated effort across all the departments within an organization. There are six main phases in Client/Server system development. Driving Forces Behind Client/Server Computing 31 (i) Information System Infrastructure Self-study The objective is to determine the actual state of the available computer resources. The self-study will generate atleast the following. • A software and hardware inventory. • A detailed and descriptive list of critical applications. • A detailed human resource (personal and skills) inventory.
10: N-tier Architecture N-tier computing provides many advantages over traditional two-tier or single-tier design, which includes the following: • Overall performance has been improved. • The business logic is centralized. • Enhanced security level is attained. Introduction 19 An alternative to N-tier computing includes fat server/fat client. A fat server locates business logic within the RDBMS on the server. The client issues remote procedure calls to the server to execute the process. Fat servers are the best suited for structured and consistent business logic, such as online transaction processing (OLTP).