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Web os

  1. 1. Disclaimer:This presentation is prepared by trainees ofbaabtra as a part of mentoring program. This is not officialdocument of baabtra –Mentoring PartnerBaabtra-Mentoring Partner is the mentoring division of baabte System Technologies Pvt .Ltd
  2. 2. WEB OPERATING SYSTEM Ashwin Anand V Email/facebook id:ashwinanand99@gmail.com
  3. 3. Introduction• Operating System: provide common services to applications: IO, communication, storage.• With multiprogramming: include abstracting shared resource.• Local Area Network: birth of Network OS to provide access to network resources.• We need similar services for Wide Area Network distributed applications. 4
  4. 4. Introduction (cont)• World Wide Web is the most widely used applications on the Internet.• Web made geographically distributed read-only data easy to use, but geographically distributed computing resources are not.• The result is that wide area applications that require access to remote CPU cycles, memory, or disk must be programmed in an ad hoc and application-specific manner.• =>Increase complexity! 5
  5. 5. Introduction (cont)• WebOS: a framework for supporting applications that are geographically distributed, highly available, incrementally scalable, and dynamically reconfiguring.• WebOS includes: – Resource discovery – A global namespace – Remote process execution – Resource management – Authentication and security 6
  6. 6. Resource Discovery– To provide the best overall system performance, client applications must be able to dynamically locate the server able to deliver the highest quality of service.– Resource discovery includes mapping a service name to multiple servers, an algorithm for balancing load among available servers, and maintaining enough state to perform fail-over if a server becomes unavailable.– These operations are performed through Smart Clients. 7
  7. 7. Wide Area File System– To support replication and wide-scale sharing, WebOS provides a cache coherent wide area file system.– WebOS extends to wide area applications running in a secure HTTP name space the same interface, caching, and performance of existing distributed file systems. 8
  8. 8. Security and Authentication– To support applications operating across organizational boundaries, WebOS defines a model of trust providing both security guarantees and an interface for authenticating the identity of principals.– A key enabling feature is fine-grained control of capabilities provided to remote processes executing on behalf of principals. 9
  9. 9. • WebOS Security model Step 1: users transfer some portion of their access rights to webOS server when attempting to access a remote resource Step 2: WebOS servers communicate using SSL Step 3: The remote server checks if the proper credentials are held in local ACL’s
  10. 10. Process Control– In WebOS, executing a process on a remote node should be as simple as the corresponding local operation.– The underlying system is responsible for authenticating the identity of the requester and determining if the proper access rights are held. 11
  11. 11. Global Namespace• Many applications share state and transfer control using network communication• Parallel applications use shared memory or message passing• Using frameworks: global cache coherent file systems for communication and synchronization• Requirements: authentication, security and fault tolerance 12
  12. 12. Global Namespace• provides a unified way of mapping multiple NFS(Network File System is a file sharing protocol used on Unix systems ) or CIFS(Common Internet File System is a protocol developed by Microsoft) presented resources under a single Hierarchical logical data structure• allows resources which are not physically located to participate in this structure• allow data to be replicated and moved around the enterprise without compromising data access 13
  13. 13. WebOS Applications• Internet Chat: - The Internet Chat application is a simple client and server application. - The Chat Client stack contains the scripts for the client, and would be distributed to each person on the network. - The Chat Server stack contains the scripts for the chat server. 14
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  15. 15. WebOS Applications(cont.)• Internet Chat(cont.): - The initial implementation: +1200 lines of Java code in the client +4200 lines of C++ code in the server. - By using WebFS : + 850 lines in the client + The WebFS interface entirely replaced the 4200 lines of chat server code. 16
  16. 16. • Advantages 1 occupies little hard disk space 2 occupy small CPU resources 3 can be obtained at any OS with web browser• Disadvantages that needs to be improved 1 easy to be hacked 2 can not be obtained offline 3 can not program on the local hardware so USB disk and CDROM can not be used. 4 more bandwidth is needed for multiple programs to run simultaneously
  17. 17. several popular Web OS• YouOS EyeOS• Desktop2
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