Distributed Systems Architecture

Author: Arno Puder
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080454702
Release Date: 2011-04-18
Genre: Computers

Middleware is the bridge that connects distributed applications across different physical locations, with different hardware platforms, network technologies, operating systems, and programming languages. This book describes middleware from two different perspectives: from the viewpoint of the systems programmer and from the viewpoint of the applications programmer. It focuses on the use of open source solutions for creating middleware and the tools for developing distributed applications. The design principles presented are universal and apply to all middleware platforms, including CORBA and Web Services. The authors have created an open-source implementation of CORBA, called MICO, which is freely available on the web. MICO is one of the most successful of all open source projects and is widely used by demanding companies and institutions, and has also been adopted by many in the Linux community. * Provides a comprehensive look at the architecture and design of middleware the bridge that connects distributed software applications * Includes a complete, commercial-quality open source middleware system written in C++ * Describes the theory of the middleware standard CORBA as well as how to implement a design using open source techniques

Distributed Systems

Author: Maarten van Steen
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1543057381
Release Date: 2017-02
Genre:

For this third edition of -Distributed Systems, - the material has been thoroughly revised and extended, integrating principles and paradigms into nine chapters: 1. Introduction 2. Architectures 3. Processes 4. Communication 5. Naming 6. Coordination 7. Replication 8. Fault tolerance 9. Security A separation has been made between basic material and more specific subjects. The latter have been organized into boxed sections, which may be skipped on first reading. To assist in understanding the more algorithmic parts, example programs in Python have been included. The examples in the book leave out many details for readability, but the complete code is available through the book's Website, hosted at www.distributed-systems.net. A personalized digital copy of the book is available for free, as well as a printed version through Amazon.com.

Distributed Systems

Author: Matthieu Perrin
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780081023174
Release Date: 2017-03-25
Genre: Computers

Distributed Systems: Concurrency and Consistency explores the gray area of distributed systems and draws a map of weak consistency criteria, identifying several families and demonstrating how these may be implemented into a programming language. Unlike their sequential counterparts, distributed systems are much more difficult to design, and are therefore prone to problems. On a large scale, usability reminiscent of sequential consistency, which would provide the same global view to all users, is very expensive or impossible to achieve. This book investigates the best ways to specify the objects that are still possible to implement in these systems. Explores the gray area of distributed systems and draws a map of weak consistency criteria Investigates the best ways to specify the objects that are still possible to implement in these systems Presents a description of existing memory models and consistency criteria

Distributed Systems

Author: Sukumar Ghosh
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781466552982
Release Date: 2014-07-14
Genre: Computers

Distributed Systems: An Algorithmic Approach, Second Edition provides a balanced and straightforward treatment of the underlying theory and practical applications of distributed computing. As in the previous version, the language is kept as unobscured as possible—clarity is given priority over mathematical formalism. This easily digestible text: Features significant updates that mirror the phenomenal growth of distributed systems Explores new topics related to peer-to-peer and social networks Includes fresh exercises, examples, and case studies Supplying a solid understanding of the key principles of distributed computing and their relationship to real-world applications, Distributed Systems: An Algorithmic Approach, Second Edition makes both an ideal textbook and a handy professional reference.

Designing Distributed Systems

Author: Brendan Burns
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 9781491983614
Release Date: 2018-02-20
Genre: Computers

In the race to compete in today’s fast-moving markets, large enterprises are busy adopting new technologies for creating new products, processes, and business models. But one obstacle on the road to digital transformation is placing too much emphasis on technology, and not enough on the types of processes technology enables. What if different lines of business could build their own services and applications—and decision-making was distributed rather than centralized? This report explores the concept of a digital business platform as a way of empowering individual business sectors to act on data in real time. Much innovation in a digital enterprise will increasingly happen at the edge, whether it involves business users (from marketers to data scientists) or IoT devices. To facilitate the process, your core IT team can provide these sectors with the digital tools they need to innovate quickly. This report explores: Key cultural and organizational changes for developing business capabilities through cross-functional product teams A platform for integrating applications, data sources, business partners, clients, mobile apps, social networks, and IoT devices Creating internal API programs for building innovative edge services in low-code or no-code environments Tools including Integration Platform as a Service, Application Platform as a Service, and Integration Software as a Service The challenge of integrating microservices and serverless architectures Event-driven architectures for processing and reacting to events in real time You’ll also learn about a complete pervasive integration solution as a core component of a digital business platform to serve every audience in your organization.

Oracle Distributed Systems

Author:
Publisher: Oreilly & Associates Incorporated
ISBN: UCSD:31822025987959
Release Date: 1999-01
Genre: Computers

A practical handbook on the effective usage of multiple databases and Oracle8 and Oracle7 distributed system features, encompassing information on design, configuration of SQL *Net/Net8 security, and distributed options including shapshots, multimaster replication, conflict resolution, and more. Original. (Intermediate)

Guide to Reliable Distributed Systems

Author: Amy Elser
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781447124153
Release Date: 2012-01-15
Genre: Computers

This book describes the key concepts, principles and implementation options for creating high-assurance cloud computing solutions. The guide starts with a broad technical overview and basic introduction to cloud computing, looking at the overall architecture of the cloud, client systems, the modern Internet and cloud computing data centers. It then delves into the core challenges of showing how reliability and fault-tolerance can be abstracted, how the resulting questions can be solved, and how the solutions can be leveraged to create a wide range of practical cloud applications. The author’s style is practical, and the guide should be readily understandable without any special background. Concrete examples are often drawn from real-world settings to illustrate key insights. Appendices show how the most important reliability models can be formalized, describe the API of the Isis2 platform, and offer more than 80 problems at varying levels of difficulty.

Distributed Systems

Author: Albert Fleischmann
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642786129
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Genre: Computers

The purpose of this book is to make the reader famliar with software engineering for distributed systems. Software engineering is a valuable discipline in the develop ment of software. The reader has surely heard of software systems completed months or years later than scheduled with huge cost overruns, systems which on completion did not provide the performance promised, and systems so catastrophic that they had to be abandoned without ever doing any useful work. Software engi neering is the discipline of creating and maintaining software; when used in con junction with more general methods for effective management its use does reduce the incidence of horrors mentioned above. The book gives a good impression of software engineering particularly for dis tributed systems. It emphasises the relationship between software life cycles, meth ods, tools and project management, and how these constitute the framework of an open software engineering environment, especially in the development of distrib uted software systems. There is no closed software engineering environment which can encompass the full range of software missions, just as no single flight plan, airplane or pilot can perform all aviation missions. There are some common activities in software engi neering which must be addressed independent of the applied life cycle or methodol ogy. Different life cycles, methods, related tools and project management ap proaches should fit in such a software engineering framework.

Distributed Computing

Author: Ajay D. Kshemkalyani
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139470310
Release Date: 2011-03-03
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Designing distributed computing systems is a complex process requiring a solid understanding of the design problems and the theoretical and practical aspects of their solutions. This comprehensive textbook covers the fundamental principles and models underlying the theory, algorithms and systems aspects of distributed computing. Broad and detailed coverage of the theory is balanced with practical systems-related issues such as mutual exclusion, deadlock detection, authentication, and failure recovery. Algorithms are carefully selected, lucidly presented, and described without complex proofs. Simple explanations and illustrations are used to elucidate the algorithms. Important emerging topics such as peer-to-peer networks and network security are also considered. With vital algorithms, numerous illustrations, examples and homework problems, this textbook is suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students of electrical and computer engineering and computer science. Practitioners in data networking and sensor networks will also find this a valuable resource. Additional resources are available online at www.cambridge.org/9780521876346.

Economic Models and Algorithms for Distributed Systems

Author: Dirk Neumann
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783764388997
Release Date: 2010-02-13
Genre: Computers

Distributed computing paradigms for sharing resources such as Clouds, Grids, Peer-to-Peer systems, or voluntary computing are becoming increasingly popular. While there are some success stories such as PlanetLab, OneLab, BOINC, BitTorrent, and [email protected], a widespread use of these technologies for business applications has not yet been achieved. In a business environment, mechanisms are needed to provide incentives to potential users for participating in such networks. These mechanisms may range from simple non-monetary access rights, monetary payments to specific policies for sharing. Although a few models for a framework have been discussed (in the general area of a "Grid Economy"), none of these models has yet been realised in practice. This book attempts to fill this gap by discussing the reasons for such limited take-up and exploring incentive mechanisms for resource sharing in distributed systems. The purpose of this book is to identify research challenges in successfully using and deploying resource sharing strategies in open-source and commercial distributed systems.

Theory and Practice in Distributed Systems

Author: Kenneth P. Birman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540600426
Release Date: 1995-07-14
Genre: Computers

This book summarizes the current knowledge on a cascade of gene regulation levels which operate in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells and which has until recently been poorly understood. While transcriptional control of eukaryotic genes has been extensively researched and the understanding of this process has reached very sophisticated levels, post- transcriptional control has received much less attention. As the contributions in this book demonstrate, not only is post-transcriptional control in eukaryotes better understood, it is now thought to be a major player in gene expression control in a number of key processes, i.e. control of cell proliferation, gametogenesis and early development or cellular homeostasis.

Reliable Distributed Systems

Author: Kenneth Birman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780387276014
Release Date: 2006-07-02
Genre: Computers

Explains fault tolerance in clear terms, with concrete examples drawn from real-world settings Highly practical focus aimed at building "mission-critical" networked applications that remain secure

Stepwise Refinement of Distributed Systems

Author: Jaco W. de Bakker
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540525599
Release Date: 1990-04-25
Genre: Computers

This proceedings volume surveys the state of the art in concurrent program specification, verification, and the theory of their refinement. The world's leading specialists in these areas present latest research results and surveys of the fields. State-based, algebraic, temporal logic oriented and category theory oriented approaches are presented.

Stabilization Safety and Security of Distributed Systems

Author: Shlomi Dolev
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642160226
Release Date: 2010-09-09
Genre: Business & Economics

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems, SSS 2010, held in New York, USA, in September 2010. The 39 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 90 submissions. The papers address all safety and security-related aspects of self-stabilizing systems in various areas. The most topics related to self-* systems. The tracks were: self-stabilization; self-organization; ad-hoc, sensor, and dynamic networks; peer to peer; fault-tolerance and dependable systems; safety and verification; swarm, amorphous, spatial, and complex systems; security; cryptography, and discrete distributed algorithms.