Network Distributed Computing: Fitscapes and Fallacies

Max K. Goff

  • 出版商: Prentice Hall
  • 出版日期: 2004-04-22
  • 售價: $1,575
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  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 304
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0131001523
  • ISBN-13: 9780131001527

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This comprehensive guide reviews the field's challenges, state-of-the-art solutions, and the future. This book will help developers and planners make better application design and configuration decisions.

Table of Contents:

Foreword from Daniel H. Steinberg.
Preface.


Acknowledgments.

     1. Fitscapes and Fallacies.

The Age of the Network—The Age of Paradox. Processing Information. Organizing Information. Distributed Computing Model. “A Note on Distributed Computing”: A Discourse on Pitfalls. Eight Fallacies of Distributed Computing. NDC Context. More Thoughts on a Fitscape. Commentary.

2. Ten Technology Trends.

Wireless and Mobile Computing. Web Services and the Semantic Web. Robotics. Genomics and Biotechnology. Material Science and Nanotechnology. Internet2, Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing. Globalization, COTS, and Increasing Competition. Real-Time and Embedded Systems, Grid Computing, Clusters, and Composability. Security, Global Transparency, and Privacy. Competing NDC Frameworks, the Emerging Global OS, and Recombinant Software. Commentary: The Context of Context.

3. The Scope of NDC.

Ubiquitous Computing. Web Services. The Semantic Web. Spaces Computing. Peer-to-Peer Computing. Collaborative Computing. Dependable Systems. Security. Languages. Pervasive Computing. Cluster Concepts. Distributed Agents. Distributed Algorithms. Distributed Databases. Distributed Filesystems. Distributed Media. Distributed Storage. Grid Computing. Massively Parallel Systems. Middleware. Mobile and Wireless Computing. Network Protocols. Operating Systems. Real-Time and Embedded Systems. Commentary.

4. NDC Theory.

Theoretical Foundations of NDC. Theory Versus Practice. The Halting Problem. Message Passing Systems. Byzantine Failures. Leader Election. Mutual Exclusion. Fault Tolerance. Causality, Synchrony, and Time. Commentary.

5. NDC Protocols.

Conceptual Background. A Brief History: From ARPANET to the Modern Internet. Back at the Stack: OSI 7. TCP/IP. Email. Systems and Network Management Before Protocols. SNMP and UDP. Early Network Agents. Later Players at the OSI 7 Transport Layer.

6. NDC Messaging.

The Essence of Communication. Message Passing. Shared Memory Versus Cooked Messages. Data Transformation. Marshalling Data. Document Transformation. Synchrony. Routing. Broadcast and Multicast. Summary.

7. NDC Datacom: Wireless and Integration.

Analog Era. Digital Era. Optics, Wireless, and Network Integration. The Pi-Calculus and Protocol Hand-Over. Summary.

8. Today's NDC Frameworks.

CORBA. SOAP and XML. J2EE: “Web Services” to “Services on Demand”. J2EE Versus .NET. Conceptual Model for NDC Frameworks. Summary.

9. Tomorrow's NDC Framework Options.

The Renascence of Jini. Peer-to-Peer Networks: The Project JXTA Example. Spaces Computing. Summary.

10. Fallacies and Frameworks.

Deutsch's Eight Fallacies Re-viewed. Web Services Framework. Jini Network Technology Framework. Project JXTA Framework. Other Perspectives. Commentary.

11. Composability: Real-Time, Grids, and the Rise of an NDC Meta-@AHEADS = Architecture. Real-Time Systems. Component Composability. Grids. Meta-Architecture. Composability and Languages. Summary.

12. Innovation and Convergence.

Synergistic Convergence. NDC Attractors. The Future of NDC. Augmented Reality. Information Management Metaphors. Polyarchical Systems. Autonomic Computing. Amorphous Computing. Emergence. Fractal Patterns. Relentless Innovation.

Conclusion.

Index.