From the first e-Activity, briefly summarize your chosen example’s
function and design. Next, determine whether or not you believe the
example could function as effectively in a non-distributed architecture
as it had in a distributed architecture. Justify your response.
Research the Internet for one (1) real-world example of a distributed software architecture. Be prepared to discuss.
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SOB based system
applications of SOB based system
The very nature of an application may require the use of a
communication network that connects several computers: for example, data
produced in one physical location and required in another location.
There are many cases in which the use of a single computer would be
possible in principle, but the use of a distributed system is beneficial for practical reasons. For example, it may be more cost-efficient to obtain the desired level of performance by using a cluster of several low-end computers, in comparison with a single high-end
computer. A distributed system can provide more reliability than a
non-distributed system, as there is no single point of failure. Moreover, a distributed system may be easier to expand and manage than a monolithic uniprocessor system
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Jul 28th, 2015
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