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Making The Web Smoke

October 15, 2013
By admin in Distributed Computing

Like a lot of frequent Internet users, I find myself using the Web early in the morning or late at night, when response times are better. As with mainframes in the bad old days, the reason for the odd working hours is too much centralization.

wsThe Internet is supposed to be, and largely is, a distributed environment. But in the case of the Web, the theory of distributed computing is bumping up against the reality: Lots of users are retrieving information directly from central, overloaded servers.

More mature protocols, such as FTP, Usenet and DNS (Domain Naming System), have much better tools for distributing the load. If the

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Mastering The Distribution

September 3, 2013
By admin in Distributed Computing

When playing golf, do you just want to get the ball in the hole, or do you want to be a scratch golfer? It all boils down to a commitment to hone your skills and master the terrain. The same rules apply in distributed computing. Last week we drew analogies between the different types of golf–from putt-putt (or miniature golf) to real golf–and the different partitioning schemes used in distributed computing.

mdWhen it comes down to this new environment, however, most of us are playing the client/server equivalent of miniature golf. But if you really want to play with the pros, object partitioning is the way to go.

I find

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Survey Says…

September 1, 2013
By admin in Distributed Computing

Distributed systems give users access to data and applications they never enjoyed in the mainframe world. Unfortunately, those applications also present major headaches to security-conscious information systems managers.

Not only are distributed systems harder to manage, they are more vulnerable to a range of assaults, from inadvertent misuse to malicious attacks by outside hackers and employees.

In a recent survey by Datapro Information Services Group in Delran, N.J., only 54% of 1,337 information security professionals said they had written security policies. That’s down from 82% in a 1992 survey. According to Datapro, the drop is due in part to the trend toward distributed systems.

Ted Combs, manager of computer security

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Internet Pushers

August 8, 2013
By admin in Distributed Computing

Don’t let the old cattle barn at Alden Electronics fool you into thinking this is just another sleepy New England farm. The garden of satellites next to the silo is a dead giveaway that Alden is doing more than pushing tractors in a field. In fact, this marine electronics and weather data distributor is tilling a new client/serverlike application that will deliver up-to-the-minute weather information over the Internet to customers. If all goes well, it could eventually put the satellites out to pasture.

ipAlden isn’t the only company pushing the Internet beyond its limits. Companies such as brokerage firms and nuclear fusion research houses are discovering that the Internet’s most

By admin in Middleware

Software AG will make products available that ease integration of legacy applications with applications running on Microsoft platforms by encapsulating the legacy applications in OLE interfaces. These will be extensions to Software AG’s Entire middleware products.

swag“The objective overall is to build the market for OLE,” said Dan Neault, Microsoft senior product manager. “The market’s already strong, but it’s limited currently to Windows platforms. So the market forces of increased availability, increased quality and decreased price will be kicking in a much larger scale.”

Also, “Software AG will work together with Microsoft to provide consulting, systems integration and support worldwide, so that customers can take advantage of the technology,” Neault

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