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Compare and contrast the meaning of enterprise architecture versus distributed system . Enterprise architecture is defined as the analysis, design and documentation of a company in its present and future states from an integrated strategy, technology perspective and business. It comprises of information architecture, application architecture and infrastructure architecture. It centers on directions, scope, timeline, value chain and stakeholders. Supporting strategic change within an organization forms its principal purpose. Examples of enterprise architecture comprise Cloud cube process, Web and Ejb Operations, business development model and project management process[Edr18]. Distributed system is a pool of independent computers, which give the impression to the users as a single coherent and integrated system. The Web, intranet, new cell processor and automated assembly line are few examples of a distributed system. It is characterized by consistent user interaction (availability), reliability, scalability and fault tolerance. Distributed
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