develops different tools to assist you with each of
these four stages as:
approach to helping developers design applications is to
provide a set of general-purpose building blocks from
which more complex systems can be composed.
2. To facilitate implementation, we plan to
develop a methodology for whole-system simulation using
true client behavior in highly realistic network
3. Deploying network applications today is
a painfully manual process and prone to error. To reduce
this hurdle, we propose to create a shared
infrastructure that software developers will employ
during the deployment and the maintenance and evolution
4. Finally, we plan to develop a set of tools
for monitoring distributed applications that will
improve their long-term reliability by reporting on
their behavior (and failures).
Most companies have not taken full advantage of
multi-tiered (n-Tier) architectures. The guiding
principles of distributed multi-tiered architectures
like J2EE and .net / Windows DNA are Web computing;
faster time to market; true interoperability;
Scalability, reduced complexity; language, tool, and
hardware independence; and lower cost of ownership.
For the distributed applications development,
employs component technologies like COM, DCOM,
Enterprise Java Beans, RMI and CORBA and UML, Design
patterns for software Design.
The .NET Framework provides access to technologies that
enable developers to build distributed applications. We
use .NET to take full advantage.