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P2P middleware CS3283
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What is Peer-to- Peer(P2P)?
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Aim
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Aims sharing resources on a very large scale  by eliminating any requirement 
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Why P2P? Own and manage themselves Share resources Scalability of the users
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History 1st generation o Napster music exchange service 2nd generation o scalability, anonymity and fault tolerance 3rd generation o middleware independent
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Andrew's Slides
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What is the middleware  service in peer-to-peer?  Network Routing Coordination Concurrent Control 
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What is the middleware  service in peer-to-peer?  Network Routing It manage the network communication Manage network error handling, peer list Overlay the networks and enable p2p routing Handle the peer groups data table “Marshalling” and “Unmarshalling” the  communication segement in the middleware layer  communication Network communication protocol port handling
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What is the middleware  service in peer-to-peer?  Coordination Communicate with active nodes in distributed network 
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