Distributed Systems Security
Security for Object-Oriented Distributed Systems
One of the challenging aspects of security in object-oriented distributed systems is managing large-scale
deployments while retaining fine-grained access control.
Systems involving multiple processes
are often most easily programmed using
MUTEX is the process of allowing only
one process into the critical section at
A critical is one that holds a shared
resource, which can be
Remote procedure call
Distributed Operating systems Concepts and Design by
Pradeep K. Sinha
Aug 18, 2016
S M Kamundi
Reference: Chapter 3
Distributed Operating systems Concepts and
Design by Pradeep K.
Layer of software running between client
and server processes
Shields the client (and application
developers) from the complexity of the
dynamic server pr
Layered Protocols (1)
Layers, interfaces, and protocols in the OSI model.
Layered Protocols (2)
A typical message as it appears on the network.
Data Link Layer
Discussion between a receiver and a sender in the data link
A distributed system consists of a number of components,
which are themselves computer systems.
A distributed system in this context is simply a collection of
autonomous computers connected by a computer network to
enable resource sharing a
The concept of distributed file
systems has greatly grown with the
advent of wide use distributed
The concept comes about with the
idea that files can be located in
different remote location.
This is mainly for easier acc
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B.Sc. Applied Computer Science
ACS 411: Distributed Systems;
Principles and Concepts
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Distributed Systems (course overview)
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