From bestselling author Dewire comes this sequel to the highly successful Client/Server Computing examining how client/server technology has changed since its inception four years ago. . .why some strategies have failed while others have proven more adaptable. . .the tools that have worked. . .and those that haven't. Second Generation Client/Server Computing focuses on applications that dominate the distributed landscape, elaborating on both the surprises and lessons of early implementations, and providing a first look forward to the technology's future. Brimming with advice of what and what not to do, this comprehensive analysis of how client/server has changed is a must for IS managers, designers, and implementators.

Key Features:-

  • Keep up with the rapidly changing client/server Technology
  • Understand the Client,Server and networks components of the architecture
  • Select Clivent/Sever developments tools, Opearting system software, and database management system
  • Migrate existing applications from propriety mainframe systems to low0-cost networks of PCs and serv
  • Define standards that support requirments for interoperability and portability .

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJuly 2003