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Client-Server-Architecture- Full Course

Client-Server-Architecture- Full Course

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Client Server Architecture(Course Material)
Sl.No Topic Contents1. Introduction to Client/Server
1.1 Introduction to Client/Server 1.2 Characteristics of the Client and the Server 1.3 Merits and Demerits of the Client Server 
2. Client/Server ArchitectureAnd Servers
2.1 Types of Servers2.2 ORB2.3 Client Server Architectures2.3.1 The knowledge about the Fat ServersAnd the Fat Clients2.3.2 The Architectures2.4 Stored Procedure2.5 Remote Procedure Call (RPC)2.6 InterProcess Communication
3. Client Side Services
3.0 Services3.1 Print Services3.2 Remote Services3.3 Utility Services3.4 Message Services3.5 Network Services3.6 Application Services3.7 Database Services3.8 Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE)3.9 Object Linking and Embedding (OLE)3.10 Client Tools3.11 GUI Clients3.12 Non-GUI Clients3.13 OOUI (Object Oriented User Interface)Clients
4. Server Side Services
4.1 Server Functionality4.2 Request Processing4.3 Print Services4.4 Database Services4.5 Security Services4.6 File Services4.7 Communication Services
5. Network and Protocol Basics
5.0 Communication Network 5.1 Local Area Network 5.2 Metropolitan Area Network 5.3 Wide Area Network 5.4 Network Structure5.5 OSI Model5.6 TCP/IP Architecture5.7 TCP/IP Protocols
6.1 Common Object Request Broker Architecture6.2 CORBA Object Services6.3 CORBA Common Facilities6.4 CORBA 3.0 Next Generation6.5 CORBA Style Interfaces6.6 DCOM Object 6.7 COM Server 
UNIT I Introduction to Client/Server1.1 Introduction to Client/Server1.2 Characteristics of the Client and the Server1.3 Merits and Demerits of the Client Server1.1 Introduction1.1.1
The Vision of the Client/Server Computing
We are in the midst of a fundamental change in both technology and itsapplication. Organizations today expect to get more value from their investmentsin technology.Opportunities are available to organizations and people who are ready and able tocompete in the global market. A competitive global economy will ensureobsolescence and obscurity to those who cannot or are unwilling to compete. Allorganizations must look for ways to demonstrate value. We are finally seeing awillingness to rethink existing organizational structures and business practices.Organizations are aggressively downsizing even as they try to aggressively expandtheir revenue base. There is more willingness to continue improvement practicesand programs to eliminate redundancy and increase effectiveness. Organizationsare becoming market-driven while remaining true to their business vision.
Client/server computing is the most effective source for the tools that empower employees with authority and responsibility.
Workstation power, workgroup empowerment, preservation of existinginvestments, remote network management, and market-driven business are theforces creating the need for client/server computing.
The Client/server computing is an irresistible movement that is reshaping the waycomputers is being used.
Though this computing is very young it is already in fullforce and is not leaving any area and corner of the computer industry untouched.The Client/Server application development requires hybrid skills that includetransaction processing, database design, communication experience, graphical userinterface design, and being Internet Savvy. The more advanced applicationsrequire knowledge of distributed objects and component infrastructures.

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