Distributed

All About Distributed Databases

A database “is a structured collection of data. Card indices, printed catalogues of archaeological artefacts and telephone directories are all examples of databases”.

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Converting from Legacy to Client-Server or Distributed Systems

What is a legacy system? A legacy system is a computing system that has been around for a very long period of time, tends to be difficult to maintain, is prone to issues such as lack of scalability and feature additions, usually centralised in operation and is still heavily utilised in a particular organisation.

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Distributed Database Systems Observations

Traditional database systems were a centralised powerful database server that housed all operations pertaining to the database.

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How Distributed Applications Work

Distributed Applications come in a wide range of sizes, usages and resource availabilities.

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