Distributed objects are the hot roasted peanuts of the digital era and communications networks the circuses that draw the crowds. This richly diagram-enhanced guide is a powerful ally for the computing professional working in this bustling client/server arena. Not only a thorough primer on using distributed object technology to integrate networks and to support client/server applications, it also offers comprehensive treatments of middleware, vital security considerations, and every issue of concern to those charged with building today's crucial corporate networks.
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Match your client/server application programming requirements to your network infrastructure and corporate intranets! The worldwide shift toward client/server computing is rapidly accelerating, but too many client/server development efforts suddenly stall. The reason: difficulties in meshing the requirements of the application to the realities of the network infrastructure and the extension of the corporate network onto the Internet. Here is the first book to show how to integrate application programming requirements with the network infrastructure. It starts by setting the business requirements that must be met by the network, takes you chapter-by-chapter through the seven layers of the ISO network model, and then discusses object-oriented programming requirements and examples for a sample network implementation. Topics covered include: LAN/WAN technologies, LAN to LAN configurations, and remote node setups; gateways and middleware software needed to implement client/server over different network protocols, including both TCP and SNA; creation of object classes for socket implementation and LU6.2 verbs; implementation and security issues extending the corporate network onto the Internet. IT professionals everywhere will find this timely and clearly written book indispensable in gaining a greater understanding of network infrastructure and the client/server software that runs on top of it. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: William Yarborough is a Communications Software Engineer and Network Architect with over 18 years experience in all facets of the software system life cycle, including 10 years specializing in network architecture, systems integration, and client/server systems development. He is currently consulting to a number of Fortune 500 companies on infrastructure development to support network integration and client/server connectivity across multiple platforms and network topologies.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill (Tx), 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 70th. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX007072220X
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