Tag Archives: Distributed Systems

Distributed Java Application Development – Part 6

In this article we will explore some more capabilities which are required to build Application-Level Server-cluster-aware applications.   While developing standalone java applications we use various java built-in data structures like Map,Queue,List,Set etc. and built-in concurrency constructs like Synchronized, Lock, … Continue reading

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Distributed Java Application Development – Part 4

In this article we will explore the distributed caching capability which is required to build Application-Level Server-cluster-aware applications. Our sample clustered application  above [Fig. A] likely to encounter major scalability issues as we try to scale and put more load on application. … Continue reading

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Distributed Java Application Development – Part 3

This is the third article in the series of articles exploring distributed java application development. In this article we will explore the capabilities/support required to build Aplication-Level Server-cluster-aware applications. We will explore these capabilities with the help of a simple … Continue reading

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Distributed Java Application Development – Part 2

This is the second article in the series of articles exploring distributed java application development. In this article we will continue to discuss about distributed applications. As discuses in the previous article we need a distributed/clustered system for the following … Continue reading

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Distributed Java Application Development – Part 1

This is the first article in the series of articles exploring distributed java application development. In this article we will discuss some basic concepts. Basic Concepts/Definitions: Software requirements are divided in to two types, Functional Requirements and Non-Functional Requirements Functional Requirements … Continue reading

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