Java Distributed Computing (O'Reilly Java) Java Distributed Computing discusses how to design and write distributed applications in Java. It covers Java's RMI (Remote Method Invocation) facility and CORBA, but it doesn't stop there; it tells you how to design your own protocols to build message-passing systems, discusses how to use Java's security facilities, how to write multithreaded...
java(TM).rmi: The Remote Method Invocation Guide Before the Java language was available, distributed systems engineering was greatly concerned with the problem of heterogeneity—the differences between CPUs, OSes, languages, and data formats. The challenge was to create architectureneutral formats and protocols which could be adapted to any architecture without burdening the programmer. RPC... Creating and Consuming Web Services in Visual Basic One of the more confusing items about Web Services regards defining exactly what and
why they are. Let's begin with why they exist.
Web Services exist to make it easier to integrate applications. Existing technologies include
Java RMI, CORBA, and DCOM. All of these technologies work over networked
environments and allow...
Enterprise Security with EJB and CORBA(r) "Leveraging their strong implemention and standards committee experience, the authors have delivered the definitive guide to enterprise distributed object security."–Wing K. Lee, Sprint
Enterprise Security with EJB and CORBA
With e-business and distributed components comes the need for a bold new approach to...
Objects, Components, and Frameworks with UML: The Catalysis(SM) Approach
". . . We found Catalysis to be the first comprehensive object-oriented methodology to unify the concepts of objects, frameworks, and component technologies."
John McGehee, Senior Architect, Texas Instruments Works Project
Objects, Components, and Frameworks with UML: The Catalysis Approach is where you will...
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