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DCOM Explained

Author : ROSEMARY ROCK-EVANS
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DCOM Explained describes what services DCOM provides, both development and runtime. Thus the aim of the book is not to teach how to program using DCOM, but to explain what DCOM does so readers will become better able to use it more effectively, understand the options available when using DCOM, and understand the types of applications that can be built by using DCOM. This book describes: what each of the services mean, including load balancing, security, guaranteed delivery, deferred delivery, broadcasting and multi-casting, and session handling what the service aims to do, such as saving time and effort or providing a secure, resilient, reliable, high performance network how the service could be provided, and what other solutions exist for achieving the same end how Microsoft has tackled the problem Provides a complete, easy to understand, and compact picture of all the services of DCOM Written from a designer or manager's point of view Compares DCOM with other middleware

Web Services Explained

Author : Joe Clabby
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Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing

Author : Arrems Hua
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing, ICA3PP 2009, held in Taipei, Taiwan, in June 2009. The 80 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 243 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on bioinformatics in parallel computing; cluster, grid and fault-tolerant computing; cluster distributed parallel operating systems; dependability issues in computer networks and communications; dependability issues in distributed and parallel systems; distributed scheduling and load balancing, industrial applications; information security internet; multi-core programming software tools; multimedia in parallel computing; parallel distributed databases; parallel algorithms; parallel architectures; parallel IO systems and storage systems; performance of parallel ditributed computing systems; scientific applications; self-healing, self-protecting and fault-tolerant systems; tools and environments for parallel and distributed software development; and Web service.

Visual Basic and COM Programming by Example

Author : Peishu Li
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A hands-on resource combining Visual Basic programming with COM+ programming. In addition to learning Visual Basic, readers learn how to administer COM+ components and provide security. They also learn how COM+ can be used to solve problems of Enterprise Application Integration.

COM Beyond Microsoft

Author : Terence Sherlock
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The first book to describe how Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM) can be supported on computer systems other than Windows. Drawing on Compaq's groundbreaking work of porting COM/DCOM to its OpenVMS and Tru64 UNIX Alpha platforms, COM Beyond Microsoft explains how the COM standard can help enterprises integrate their applications across a heterogeneous computing environment. This book details the innovative COM support now native on Tru64 UNIX and OpenVMS and reveals how developers can exploit COM on OpenVMS and COM on Tru64 UNIX to create portable software components that run virtually unchanged on OpenVMS, Tru64 UNIX, Windows NT, Windows 2000, and other major computing platforms. COM Beyond Microsoft highlights the business and technical benefits of implementing distributed and portable COM applications, especially versus other strategies and technologies such as CORBA and Java. The book explains the APIs, utilities, libraries and run-time environments developers must understand to create COM applications for OpenVMS and Tru64 UNIX. It also contains implementation and configuration techniques for running COM programs on Tru64 UNIX and OpenVMS. COM Beyond Microsoft uniquely explains a controversial topic of major interest to organizations and developers in an enterprise computing context. First book on a controversial topic critically important to many large organizations Authors are among few in industry with relevant experience

Fundamentals of Distributed Object Systems

Author : Zahir Tari
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Distributed Object Computing teaches readers the fundamentals of CORBA, the leading architecture for design of software used in parallel and distributed computing applications. Since CORBA is based on open standards, it is the only effective way to learn object-oriented programming for distributed systems. This language independent book allows material to be taught using Java, C++ or other Object Oriented Programming Languages.

Essentials of Microservices Architecture

Author : Chellammal Surianarayanan
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Microservices architecture (MSA) is increasingly popular with software architects and engineers as it accelerates software solution design, development, and deployment in a risk-free manner. Placing a software system into a production environment is elegantly simplified and sped up with the use of MSA development platforms, runtime environments, acceleration engines, design patterns, integrated frameworks, and related tools. The MSA ecosystem is expanding with third-party products that automate as many tasks as possible. MSA is being positioned as the enterprise-grade and agile-application design method. This book covers in-depth the features and facilities that make up the MSA ecosystem. Beginning with an overview of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) that covers the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA), Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM), and Remote Method Invocation (RMI), the book explains the basic essentials of MSA and the continuous delivery of applications to customers. The book gives software developers insight into: Current and emerging communication models Key architectural elements of MSA-based applications Designing efficient APIs for microservices MSA middleware platforms such as REST, SOAP, Apache Thrift, and gRPC Microservice discovery and the API gateway Service orchestration and choreography for composing individual services to achieve a useful business process Database transactions in MSA-centric applications Design, composition, security, and deployment patterns MSA security Modernizing legacy applications The book concludes with a chapter on composing and building powerful microservices. With the exponential growth of IoT devices, microservices are being developed and deployed on resource-constrained but resource-intensive devices in order to provide people-centric applications. The book discusses the challenges of these applications. Finally, the book looks at the role of microservices in smart environments and upcoming trends including ubiquitous yet disappearing microservices.

Software for Automation

Author : Jonas Berge
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Digital UNIX System Administrator s Guide

Author : Matthew Cheek
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Addressing Digital UNIX system administration from an experienced administrator's point of view, this book walks readers through the initial system installation and is a guide through the main points of administration. It includes appendices that list URLs of valuable resources on the Web and detail useful public domain utilities and where to get them.

Computational Science ICCS 2003 Part 3

Author : ICCS.
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The four-volume set LNCS 2657, LNCS 2658, LNCS 2659, and LNCS 2660 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computational Science, ICCS 2003, held concurrently in Melbourne, Australia and in St. Petersburg, Russia in June 2003. The four volumes present more than 460 reviewed contributed and invited papers and span the whole range of computational science, from foundational issues in computer science and algorithmic mathematics to advanced applications in virtually all application fields making use of computational techniques. These proceedings give a unique account of recent results in the field.