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Simon Stanley, Analyst at Large, Heavy ReadingFeatured Speaker:
Joe Kidder, Chief Architect for Element Middleware, Enea
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
2:00 p.m. New York / 6:00 p.m. London
Distributed systems come in a range of sizes and shapes including the traditional chassis with multiple slots connected by a networked control plane, as well as multi-core devices with multiple compute domains, networked clusters of processor nodes, cloud-based clusters and M2M (machine-to-machine) networks with transient machine connections to a central control and database server. Developing software solutions that run on all these types of distributed systems is greatly simplified by taking advantage of various off-the-shelf frameworks. A messaging framework simplifies writing connected yet independent applications. A debug and trace framework simplifies the troubleshooting and characterization of distributed solutions, and a management framework simplifies the configuration and monitoring of the system. Finally, a high-availability framework with support for software management can streamline the software design and management of redundant resources in systems that are too big to fail.
In this presentation, you will learn about:
- Characteristics of a useful messaging framework
- The value of a system-wide debug and trace framework
- How a unified management framework can simplify application development
- The capabilities of a world-class high availability framework
There are many different types of distributed systems. One or more of the frameworks described here can speed development, simplify deployment, and streamline management and maintenance of products in the field.
*This is a custom webinar.