Reliable Clustering Model for Enhancing Processors Throughput in Distributed Computing System

A distributed computing system is the system architecture that makes a collection of heterogeneous computers, workstations, or servers act and behave as a single computing system. In such a computing environment, users can uniformly access and name local or remote resources, and run processes from anywhere in the system, without being aware of which computers their processes are running on. Distributed computing systems have been studied extensively by researchers, and a great many claims and benefits have been made for using such systems. In fact, it is hard to rule out any desirable feature of a computing system that has not been claimed to be offered by a distributed system.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Data Centers Date Added: Jan 2012 Format: PDF

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