1 Distributed Object Management

  title={1 Distributed Object Management},
  author={Frank Manola and S. Heiler and Dimitrios Georgakopoulos and Mark F. Hornick and Michael L. Brodie},
Future information processing environments will consist of a vast network of heterogeneous, autonomous, and distributed computing resources, including computers (from mainframe to personal), information-intensive applications, and data (files and databases). A key challenge in this environment is providing capabilities for combining this varied collection of resources into an integrated distributed system, allowing resources to be flexibly combined, and their activities coordinated, to address… CONTINUE READING


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