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Client Server models in JAVA

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Client Server models in JAVA

  1. 1. Types of Client Server Models
  2. 2. Agenda Introduction Logical Layers  Presentation layer  Application layer  Data layer Client / Server Models  Distributed presentation  Remote presentation  Distributed logic  Remote data  Distributed data
  3. 3. Introduction The Client-Server model is the most prevalent model for distributed computing protocols. It is the basis of all distributed computing paradigms at a higher level of abstraction. It is service-oriented, and employs a request- response protocol.
  4. 4. Introduction Client  A client is an individual users computer or a user application that does a certain amount of processing on its own. It also sends and receives requests to and from one or more servers for other processing and/or data. Server  A server consists of one or more computers that receive and process requests from one or more client machines. A server is typically designed with some redundancy in power, network, computing and file storage.
  5. 5. The Client / Server Model A server process, running on a server host, provides access to a service. A client process, running on a client host, accesses the service via the server process. The interaction of the process proceeds according to a protocol. An application based on the client-server model is a client-server application.
  6. 6. Logical Layers In general, application software can be divided into 3 logical layers:  Presentation layer  Application layer  Data layer
  7. 7. Presentation Layer Presentation layer is responsible for displaying the information and interacting with the user . It must make the information available in a suitable form to the user and must respond appropriately to input from the user.
  8. 8. Application Layer Application layer processes commands, makes logical decisions, performs calculations, and coordinates the application It also moves and processes data between the presentation layer and data layer
  9. 9. Data Layer Data layer refers to the management of underlying databases It is responsible for storing and retrieving the data according to the requirements of the application layer.
  10. 10. Client Server Models Distributed presentation Remote presentation Distributed logic Remote data Distributed data
  11. 11. Distributed Presentation Only presentation management function shared between client and server everything else remains on the server Dummy terminals GUI placed in front of existing character based interface, E.g. Windows 3.1.
  12. 12. Presentation Application Layer Data Layer LayerClient Side Server Side
  13. 13. Remote presentation Presentation manager entirely on client Application layer, data layer and data manager on server Web applications where clients are Web browsers, Unix through Putty
  14. 14. Presentation Application Layer Data LayerLayerClient Side Server Side
  15. 15. Distributed Logic Application is split into presentation layer and data layer component All presentation management activities on client All data management activities on the server
  16. 16. Presentation Application Layer Data LayerLayer Client Side Server Side
  17. 17. Remote Data Database manager resides on server Presentation management and data logic reside on client Typical of client/server DBMSs (DB2, Oracle, Informix, etc.)
  18. 18. Presentation Application Layer Data LayerLayer Client Side Server Side
  19. 19. Distributed Data Portions of the database reside on client Portions of the database reside on server DBMS manages communication involved Limited implementation of full-fledged DDBMS functionality
  20. 20. Presentation Application Layer Data LayerLayer Client Side Server Side
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