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Client_Server_Model - The Client/Server Model IT 202Internet Applications Based on notes developed by Morgan Benton For Today Understanding the

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The Client/Server Model IT 202—Internet Applications Based on notes developed by Morgan Benton
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For Today Understanding the Client/Server Model
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Fundamental Tasks of Net Apps Acquire Data Store Data Process Data Present Data …which begs the question… Where is data acquired, stored, processed and presented?
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Critical Resources of Net Apps Processing Power Storage Space Bandwidth
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Managing Processing Power Processing happens within CPU’s It’s what we refer to when we talk about things like Pentium IV, 2.4 GHz We’re concerned with the execution of instructions (e.g. lines of a program)
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Client-side Processing Processing should be pushed to the client machine: For apps which require instant responses—e.g. games, rollover graphics In cases where the server handles MANY requests simultaneously For exchanges which for the most part do NOT involve sensitive data Client-side scripting handles this
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Server-side Processing For more complicated logic For handling of sensitive information
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