This book explores the concepts and practice in distributed computing, and is designed to be useful in helping practitioners and corporate training keep up with software technology that pertains to a majority of all computers and their applications. A two-part approach presents the basic foundation for distributed computing and then expands on these topics to cover advanced distributed operating systems. It describes in detail every major aspect of the topics, and includes relevant examples of real operating systems to reinforce concepts and illustrate decisions that must be made by distributed system designers. Chapters include information on interprocess communication, memory management, concurrency control, and object-based operating systems. More advance material covers distributed process management, file systems, synchronization, and security. For developers and managers active in the client/server technology industry who want to update and enhance their knowledge base.Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design Second Edition. ... |DeDe94] Deitel, H . and P. Deitel. ... Java How to Program. ... Conflict-Free Access for Collections of Templates, Proceedings of the Sixth SIAM Conference on Parallel Processinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Distributed Operating Systems|
|Author||:||Doreen L. Galli|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2000|