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The Essential Distributed Objects Survival Guide (udgave 1995)

af Robert Orfali, Dan Harkey, Jeri Edwards

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Distributed CORBA Objects have found their killer app. It's the Object Web-or the marriage of distributed objects and the Internet. The major computing companies-including Sun, JavaSoft, IBM, Netscape, Apple, Oracle, BEA, and HP-have chosen CORBA IIOP as their common way to connect distributed objects across the Internet and intranets. Consequently, CORBA is about to become as ubiquitous as TCP/IP. Instant CORBA is your quick guide to understanding this revolutionary new technology. If you're in a real hurry, this book even provides a condensed tour that will make you CORBA literate in four hours or less. Written in a friendly and witty style, this comprehensive book covers: * The Object Web-or how CORBA/IIOP, Java, and the Internet are coming together * Everything you need to know about a CORBA 2.0 ORB * The 15 CORBA Object Services-including Transactions, Trader, Security, Naming, Events, Time, and Collections. These services provide the next step in the evolution of distributed objects. * CORBA's Dynamic Object Facilities such as Callbacks, Dynamic Invocations, Object Introspection, and the Interface Repository * Next-generation ORB technology-including CORBA 3.0's. Messaging, Pass-by-Value, and Server-Side Frameworks * The marriage of CORBA with MOM and TP Monitors * Forthcoming CORBA attractions such as mobile agents, shippable places, and the business object framework * Products such as Iona's OrbixWeb, Netscape/Visigenic's VisiBroker, and Sun's NEO/JOE. The authors have written many best-selling books, including The Essential Distributed Objects Survival Guide and The Essential Client/Server Survival Guide, Second Edition, which won Software Development's Jolt Award for the best book of 1994, in its first edition. Their most recent book is Client/Server Programming with Java and CORBA.… (mere)
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Titel:The Essential Distributed Objects Survival Guide
Forfattere:Robert Orfali
Andre forfattere:Dan Harkey, Jeri Edwards
Info:John Wiley & Sons (1995), Paperback, 640 pages
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Distributed CORBA Objects have found their killer app. It's the Object Web-or the marriage of distributed objects and the Internet. The major computing companies-including Sun, JavaSoft, IBM, Netscape, Apple, Oracle, BEA, and HP-have chosen CORBA IIOP as their common way to connect distributed objects across the Internet and intranets. Consequently, CORBA is about to become as ubiquitous as TCP/IP. Instant CORBA is your quick guide to understanding this revolutionary new technology. If you're in a real hurry, this book even provides a condensed tour that will make you CORBA literate in four hours or less. Written in a friendly and witty style, this comprehensive book covers: * The Object Web-or how CORBA/IIOP, Java, and the Internet are coming together * Everything you need to know about a CORBA 2.0 ORB * The 15 CORBA Object Services-including Transactions, Trader, Security, Naming, Events, Time, and Collections. These services provide the next step in the evolution of distributed objects. * CORBA's Dynamic Object Facilities such as Callbacks, Dynamic Invocations, Object Introspection, and the Interface Repository * Next-generation ORB technology-including CORBA 3.0's. Messaging, Pass-by-Value, and Server-Side Frameworks * The marriage of CORBA with MOM and TP Monitors * Forthcoming CORBA attractions such as mobile agents, shippable places, and the business object framework * Products such as Iona's OrbixWeb, Netscape/Visigenic's VisiBroker, and Sun's NEO/JOE. The authors have written many best-selling books, including The Essential Distributed Objects Survival Guide and The Essential Client/Server Survival Guide, Second Edition, which won Software Development's Jolt Award for the best book of 1994, in its first edition. Their most recent book is Client/Server Programming with Java and CORBA.

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