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South East University BUS Course Code: MIS 205/MIS2111 Section : 5 Topic : Final Submitted By; Mohammad Alif Rahamat ID: 2020010000032
Part A Answer To Question Number: 3 Telecommunications and computing platforms have converged: at the client level, with the merging of PDAs and cell phones, and at the server and network level, with the rise of Internet telephony. Grid computing utilizes the idle computational resources of separate, geographically remote computers to create a single virtual supercomputer. In this process, a server computer breaks data and applications into discrete chunks that are parceled out to the grid's machines. Grid computing offers increased cost savings, computational speed and agility. On-demand computing, or utility computing , refers to firms off-loading peak demand for computing power to remote, large-scale data processing centers. This allows firms to reduce their investment in IT infrastructure by investing in only as much computing power as needed on average and paying for additional power on an as-needed basis. This arrangement offers firms much greater agility and flexibility in their infrastructure. Autonomic computing is an industry-wide effort to develop systems that can configure, optimize, repair, and protect themselves against intruders and viruses, in an effort to free system administrators from routine system management, reduce costly system crashes. Today's virus software with automatic virus updates is one example of autonomic computing. Edge computing is a multi-tier, load-balancing scheme for Web-based applications in which parts of the Web site content and processing are performed by smaller, less expensive servers located near the computer. In an edge computing platform client requests are initially processed by the edge servers, which may deliver static
presentation content, reusable code, while database and business logic components are delivered by the enterprise servers. Answer To Question Number: 6 The different problems with the traditional file processing system are as follows: 1 . Lengthy Development Times: The first and most important problem with this system approach is that even the simplest data-retrieval task requires extensive programming. With the traditional file environment, programmers had to specify what must be done and how it was to be done. But modern databases use a nonprocedural data manipulation language that allows the user to specify what must be done without specifying how it must be done. 2. Difficulty of getting quick answers: The another important problem in traditional file environment system is difficulty of getting quick answers because it needs more adhoc queries and more programming for new reports. So, we can’t take the decision very fast. 3. Complex system administration In the old traditional file-based system, system administration becomes more difficult as the number of files increases. Even a simple file system with a few files requires creating and maintaining several file managements programs because each

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