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Microturbines: Applications for Distributed Energy Systems

Claire Soares " Microturbines: Applications for Distributed Energy Systems "


Butterworth-Heinemann | Pages:320 | 2007-06-20 | ISBN 0750684690 | PDF | 2 MB

Small-scale gas turbines, known as Microturbines, represent an exciting new development in gas turbine technology. They can run in size from small, human-scale machines down to micro-sized mini-machines that can barely be seen by the naked eye. They also run a great diversity of fuel types, from various types of commercial gases to waste-generated gases. This new book by industry expert Claire Soares will fully describe the various types of microturbines, their applications, and their particular requirements for installation, maintenance and repair. It will explain how a microturbine the size of a refrigerator can power an entire school, hospital or small factory, which is particularly useful for onsite, remote installations. The book will also show how microturbines can be paired with one or more fuel cells to form a hybrid energy source, or can be teamed with any source of distributed power, such as a mall hydro-turbine or a wind turbine. Moreover, the reader will learn how microturbines can run on a variety of fuels that are far cruder than those required by most standard gas turbines; they can be made to run, for instance, using gas from a landfill or biomass source. The reader will find detailed information on costs, specifications, and maintenance and repair guidelines. Ample references and resources will provide the reader with tools for finding manufacturers and product specifications for their own particular needs.

·Covers major categories of microturbines, including factors common to their design, installation, operation, optimization, maintenance, and repair
·Invaluable guidance on market factors and economics affecting microturbines and their applications, particularly for distributed power generation
·Provides current case studies showing microturbines used in hybrid systems with fuel cells and other types of power generation systems

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Systems Programming: Designing Developing Distributed App

Systems Programming: Designing and Developing Distributed Applications Systems Programming: Designing and Developing Distributed Applications explains how the development of distributed applications depends on a foundational understanding of the relationship among operating systems, networking, distributed systems, and programming. Uniquely organized around four viewpoints (process, communication, resource, and architecture), the fundamental and essential characteristics of distributed systems are explored in ways which cut across the various traditional subject area boundaries. The structures, configurations and behaviours of distributed systems are all examined, allowing readers to explore concepts from different perspectives, and to understand systems in depth, both from the component level and holistically.
  • Explains key ideas from the ground up, in a self-contained style, with material carefully sequenced to make it easy to absorb and follow.
  • Features a detailed case study that is designed to serve as a common point of reference and to provide continuity across the different technical chapters.
  • Includes a ‘putting it all together’ chapter that looks at interesting distributed systems applications across their entire life-cycle from requirements analysis and design specifications to fully working applications with full source code.
  • Ancillary materials include problems and solutions, programming exercises, simulation experiments, and a wide range of fully working sample applications with complete source code developed in C++, C# and Java.
  • Special editions of the author’s established ‘workbenches’ teaching and learning tools suite are included. These tools have been specifically designed to facilitate practical experimentation and simulation of complex and dynamic aspects of systems.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. The process view
3. The Communication View
4. The resource view
5. The architecture view
6. Distributed systems
7. Case studies: putting it all together

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Title: Systems Programming: Designing and Developing Distributed Applications
Author: Richard Anthony
Format: PDF
Hardcover: 548 pages
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann; 1 edition (March 16, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN: 9780128007297


Systems Programming: Designing and Developing Distributed Applications explains how the development of distributed applications depends on a foundational understanding of the relationship among operating systems, networking, distributed systems, and programming. Uniquely organized around four viewpoints (process, communication, resource, and architecture), the fundamental and essential characteristics of distributed systems are explored in ways which cut across the various traditional subject area boundaries. The structures, configurations and behaviours of distributed systems are all examined, allowing readers to explore concepts from different perspectives, and to understand systems in depth, both from the component level and holistically.

- Explains key ideas from the ground up, in a self-contained style, with material carefully sequenced to make it easy to absorb and follow.
- Features a detailed case study that is designed to serve as a common point of reference and to provide continuity across the different technical chapters.
- Includes a ‘putting it all together’ chapter that looks at interesting distributed systems applications across their entire life-cycle from requirements analysis and design specifications to fully working applications with full source code.
- Ancillary materials include problems and solutions, programming exercises, simulation experiments, and a wide range of fully working sample applications with complete source code developed in C++, C# and Java.
- Special editions of the author’s established ‘workbenches’ teaching and learning tools suite are included. These tools have been specifically designed to facilitate practical experimentation and simulation of complex and dynamic aspects of systems.

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Distributed Embedded Controller Development with Petri Nets

Distributed Embedded Controller Development with Petri Nets Application to Globally-Asynchronous Locally-Synchronous Systems
  • Uses a graphical and intuitive modeling formalism supported by design automation tools
  • Enables verification, ensuring that the distributed controller was correctly specified
  • Provides flexibility in the implementation and maintenance phases to achieve desired constraints (high performance, low power consumption, reduced costs), enabling porting to different platforms using different communication nodes, without changing the underlying behavioral model
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This book describes a model-based development approach for globally-asynchronous locally-synchronous distributed embedded controllers. This approach uses Petri nets as modeling formalism to create platform and network independent models supporting the use of design automation tools. To support this development approach, the Petri nets class in use is extended with time-domains and asynchronous-channels. The authors’ approach uses models not only providing a better understanding of the distributed controller and improving the communication among the stakeholders, but also to be ready to support the entire lifecycle, including the simulation, the verification (using model-checking tools), the implementation (relying on automatic code generators), and the deployment of the distributed controller into specific platforms.

  • Uses a graphical and intuitive modeling formalism supported by design automation tools;
  • Enables verification, ensuring that the distributed controller was correctly specified;
  • Provides flexibility in the implementation and maintenance phases to achieve desired constraints (high performance, low power consumption, reduced costs), enabling porting to different platforms using different communication nodes, without changing the underlying behavioral model.
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WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Administration and Configuration Guide for the Full Profile Abstract

This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides system administrators and developers with the knowledge to configure an IBM WebSphere® Application Server Version 8.5 runtime environment, to package and deploy applications, and to perform ongoing management of the WebSphere environment. As one in a series of IBM Redbooks publications and IBM Redpapers™ publications for V8.5, the entire series is designed to give you in-depth information about key WebSphere Application Server features.

WebSphere Application Server V8.5 provides two runtime profiles. Every WebSphere Application Server package includes both profile types. The runtime traditionally available with the WebSphere Application Server packages is referred to as the full profile. The application serving run time provided with this profile is composed of a wide spectrum of runtime components that are available when the server is started. The full profile provides support for Java Platform Enterprise Edition 6 (Java EE 6) and Enterprise OSGi technologies.

The Liberty profile provides a simplified stand-alone run time for web applications, supporting a subset of the programming model available with the full profile. Any application that runs on the Liberty profile will also run on the full profile.

In this book, we provide a detailed exploration of the WebSphere Application Server V8.5 runtime administration process for the full profile. This book includes configuration and administration information for WebSphere Application Server V8.5 and WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8.5 on distributed platforms and WebSphere Application Server for IBM z/OS® V8.5.

This book has been updated with information about the new features in WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5. The Liberty profile administration and configuration information has been moved into a separate book.

The following publications are prerequisites for this book:


  • WebSphere Application Server: New Features in V8.5.5, REDP-4870
  • WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5 Technical Overview, REDP-4855
  • IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Concepts, Planning, and Design Guide, SG24-8022


The following publications are companion books, covering the Liberty profile of WebSphere Application Server:


  • WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile Guide for Developers, SG24-8076
  • WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Administration Guide for the Liberty Profile, SG24-8170
Table of contents

Part 1. Installation and profile management
Chapter 1. System management: Technical overview
Chapter 2. Installing WebSphere Application Server on distributed systems
Chapter 3. Working with profiles on distributed systems
Chapter 4. Installing WebSphere Application Server on z/OS systems
Chapter 5. Working with profiles on z/OS systems
Chapter 6. Administration consoles and commands
Part 2. Administration and configuration techniques
Chapter 7. Administration of WebSphere processes
Chapter 8. Administration with scripting
Chapter 9. Accessing relational databases from WebSphere
Chapter 10. Accessing EIS applications from WebSphere
Chapter 11. Configuring messaging providers
Chapter 12. Configuring and managing web servers
Chapter 13. Intelligent management
Part 3. Managing distributed systems
Chapter 14. Performance tuning on distributed environments
Chapter 15. Clustering, workload management, and high availability
Chapter 16. Monitoring distributed systems
Part 4. Managing z/OS systems
Chapter 17. Performance tuning
Chapter 18. Clustering and high availability
Chapter 19. Monitoring z/OS systems
Part 5. Working with applications
Chapter 20. Features for application development and deployment
Chapter 21. WebSphere Batch
Chapter 22. Understanding class loaders
Chapter 23. Packaging and deploying Java EE applications
Chapter 24. Updating Java EE applications
Chapter 25. Working with SCA applications
Chapter 26. Working with OSGi applications
Chapter 27. Working with Service Mapping
Chapter 28. Session management
Part 6. Maintenance
Chapter 29. Managing an environment with the centralized installation manager
Chapter 30. System recovery
Chapter 31. Troubleshooting
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AASCIT - Journal -Reviewers

Jaime Santos-Reyes
Lecturer
Systems Engineering Department, National Polytechnic Institute

Web Page: http://www.sepi.esimez.ipn.mx/dsistemas/
Educational Qualification
From 1987 to 1991, B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, National Polytechnic Instotute. Mexico
From 1994 to 1996, M.Sc. in Thermal Power & Fluid Engineering, UMIST, Manchester University. United Kingdom
From 1997 to 2001, Ph.D. in Fire Safety Engineering, Heriot-Watt University. United Kingdom
Research Interests
Safety management systems; technological & disaster risk assessment & management; accident analysis; reliability engineering; public safety and systems failure in general.
Work Experience
From 2001 to 2004, Research Associate. Heriot-Watt University, School of the Built Environment
From 2005 to date, Lecturer. Systems Engineering Department, SEPI-ESIME, National Polytechnic Institute
From 2005 to date, Reviewer. Reviewer of eight scientific journals
From 2002 to date, Technical committee. Technical committee, chairman & reviewer of eight international conferences
From 2014 to date, Editorial Board Member. Editorial Board Member of Nature Changes journal
Projects
From 2001 to 2004, A Systemic Analysis of Railway Accidents
Analysis of several railway accidents that have occurred in the UK. RSSB/Heriot-Watt University, School of the Built Environment.
From 2007 to 2008, Application of a SSMS Model to the Analysis of Technological and Natural Disasters
Analysis of natural and technological disasters by applying a SSMS model. CONACYT.
From 2006 to date, Diagnosing systems failure
Analysis of the failure of several technological systems including: transport, oil and gas industry, etc. National Polytechnic Institute, Systems Engineering Department.
Selected Publications

"Earthquakes and Homelessness: A Review of Historical Data", (Chapter 17). In: Collen Clark (ed), Homelessness: Prevalence, Impact of Social Factors and Mental Health Challenges (pp. 259-276). Nova Science Publishers Press, New York, USA. ISBN: 978-1-63321-658-7. 2014. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, Galdino Santos-Reyes and Tatiana Gouzeva.

"Early Warning Coordination Centres", (Chapter 12). In: Stefano Mambretti (ed), Tsunami: From Fundamentals to Mitigation (pp. 81-92). WIT Press, UK. ISBN: 978-1-84564-770-4. 2013. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes and Alan N. Beard.

"Information Communication Technology and a Systemic Disaster Management System Model", (Chapter 18). In N. Bessis (Ed.), Development of Distributed Systems from Design to Application and Maintenance (pp. 294-308). Hershey, PA:IGI Global, USA, ISBN13: 9781466626478. 2013. Authors: Santos-Reyes, J. & Beard, A.N.

"Assessing the Safety Climate in Operating Rooms: The Case of Healthcare Organizations in Mexico", (Chapter 5). In: Carlo Giacomo Prato (ed), Accidents: Risk Factors, Health Outcomes and Safety Measures (61-77). Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York, USA, ISBN: 978-1-62257-010-2. 2012. Authors: Daniel Velázquez-Martínez, and Jaime Santos-Reyes.

"A Systemic Approach to Tunnel Fire Safety Management", (Chapter 23). In: Beard and Carvel (eds), Handbook of Tunnel Fire Safety - Second Edition (pp. 485-508). ICE (Institute of Civil Engineers) Publishing, London, ISBN: 978-0-7277-4153-0. 2011. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes and Alan Beard.

"Learning From Crime: the Case of the 'Tlahuac' Lynching", (Chapter 4). In: Hasselm (ed), Crime: Causes, Types and Victims (pp. 87-108). Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York, USA, ISBN: 978-1-61728-931-6. 2011. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, Samuel Olmos-Pe?a, and Daniel Santos-Reyes.

"A Systemic Approach to Managing Natural Disasters", (Chapter 1). In: Asimakopoulou and Bessis (eds), Advanced ICTs for Disaster Management and Threat Detection-Collaborative and Distributed Frameworks (pp. 1-21). IGI-Global, USA. ISBN: 978-1-61520-987-3. 2010. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes and Alan N. Beard.

"Modelling Critical Infrastructure Interdependency: The Case of the Mexico City Metro Transport System", Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal, (ISSN: 1549-7860), (2015). DOI: 10.1080/10807039.2014.957956. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, Diego Padilla-Pérez, & Alan N Beard.

"Earthquake Risk Perception & Communication: A Review of Empirical Research", Disaster Advances, (ISSN: 0974-262X), (2014), Vol. 7, No. 7, 77-87. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, Tatiana Gouzeva, Galdino Santos-Reyes.

"The 1985 Mexico City Earthquake Disaster: Twenty Nine Years On", Nature Changes, (E-ISSN: 2350-1367), (2014), Vol. 1, No. 1, 15-25. Authors: Santos-Reyes Jaime, Santos-Reyes Galdino and Gouzeva Tatiana.

"Applying MORT to the Analysis of the Haiti's Earthquake", Disaster Advances, (ISSN: 0974-262X), (2012), Vol. 5, No. 4, 102-110. Authors: Rafael Alvarado-Corona, & Jaime Santos-Reyes.

"Applying the SDMS Model to the Analysis of the Tabasco Flood Disaster in Mexico", Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal, (ISSN: 1549-7860), (2011), Vol. 17, Issue 3, 646-677. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, Alan N Beard.

"Modelling Natural Disaster Management Systems: the Case of the Indian Ocean Countries", Disaster Advances, (ISSN: 0974-262X), (2011), Vol. 4, Issue 4, 11-19. Author: Santos-Reyes Jaime.

"Learning from Tabasco's Floods by Applying MORT", Safety Science, (ISSN: 0925-7535), (2010), Vol. 48, 1351-1360. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, Rafael Alvarado-Corona, and Samuel Olmos-Pe?a.

"Applying MORT to the Analysis of the 'Tláhuac' incident", Reliability Engineering & System Safety, (ISSN: 0951-8320), (2009), Vol. 94, No. 10, 1547-1556. Authors: Santos-Reyes, J. Olmos-Pe?a, S. Alvarado-Corona, R. Hernández-Simón, L.

"A Systemic Analysis of the Edge-Hill Railway Accident", Accident Analysis and Prevention, (ISSN: 0001-4575), (2009), Vol. 41, No. 6, 1133-1144. Authors: Santos-Reyes, J. Beard, A.N.

"A SSMS Model with Application to the Oil & Gas Industry", Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, (ISSN: 0950-4230), (2009), Vol. 22, No.6, 958-970. Authors: Santos-Reyes, J. Beard, A.N.

"A Systemic Approach to Managing Safety", Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, (ISSN: 0950-4230), (2008), Vol. 21, No. 1, 15-28. Authors: Santos-Reyes, J. Beard, A.N.

"A Systemic Analysis of the Paddington Railway Accident", Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit: Proc. IMechE, Part F, (ISSN: 0954-4097), (2006), Vol. 220, No. 2, 121-151. Authors: Santos-Reyes, J. and Beard, A.N.

"A Systemic Analysis of Railway Accidents", Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit: Proc. IMechE, Part F, (ISSN: 0954-4097), (2005), Vol. 219, 47-65. Authors: Santos-Reyes, J. Beard, A. N. and Smith, R.A.

"Assessing Safety Management Systems", Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, (ISSN: 0950-4230), (2002), Vol. 15, 77-95. Authors: Santos-Reyes, J. and Beard, A.N.

"A Systemic Approach to Fire Safety Management", Fire Safety Journal, (ISSN: 0379-7112), (2001), Vol. 36, 359-390. Authors: Santos-Reyes, J. and Beard, A.N.

"A Preliminary Analysis of Two Bus Rapid Transit Accidents of Mexico City's Transport System" presented in the International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (2014ISSST), organized by State Key Laboratory of Explosion Science and Technology, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China on November 4-6, 2014. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, & Vladimir ávalos-Bravo.

"Analysis of Interdependencies of the Mexico City Metro system" presented in the 12th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference (PSAM12), organized by the International Organization for Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA on June 22-27, 2014. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, & Diego Padilla-Pérez.

"Modelling Critical Infrastructures: The Case of the Metro Transport System" presented in Risk Analysis and Crisis Response Conference (RACR 2013), organized by the Society of Risk Analysis-China, Istanbul, Turkey on August 27-29, 2013. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, Diego Padilla-Pérez, & Alan Beard.

"Preliminary Analysis of the 1996 Channel Tunnel Fire by Applying a TFSMS Model" presented in the 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference & the Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference 2012 (PSAM11 ESREL 2012), organized by PSAM and ESRA, Helsinki, Finland on June 25-29, 2012. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes, and Alan N Beard.

"A Preliminary Analysis of the 'News Divine' incident" presented in the European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL-2011), organized by the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA), Troyes, France on September, 18-22, 2011. Authors: S. Olmos-Pe?a & J.R. Santos-Reyes.

"Manual Handling Operations Risk Assessment" presented in the European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL-2011), organized by the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA), Troyes, France on September, 18-22, 2011. Authors: A.R. Burciaga-Ortega & J.R. Santos-Reyes.

"Modelling Interdependencies by Applying the SSMS Model” presented in the 10th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment & Management Conference (PSAM10 2010), organized by the International Organization for Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management, Seattle, Washington, USA on June, 7-11, 2010. Author: Jaime Santos-Reyes.

"Safety Attitudes of Caregivers: The Case of Healthcare Organizations in Mexico" presented in the 10th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment & Management Conference (PSAM10 2010), organized by the International Organization for Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management, Seattle, Washington, USA on June, 7-11, 2010. Authors: Daniel Velazquez-Martínez, Jaime Santos-Reyes, and Tatiana Gouzeva.

"Modelling Interdependencies Amongst Technical Systems" presented in the European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL-2009), organized by the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA), Prague, Czech Republic on September, 7-10, 2009. Author: J.R. Santos-Reyes.

"Analysis of Tabasco′s flooding by applying the SDMS model" presented in Risk Analysis and Crisis Response Conference (RACR-2009), organized by the Society of Risk Analysis-China, Beijing, China on October 19-20, 2009. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes and Alan N. Beard.

"Towards a Bayesian Approach to the Viability of a SMS" presented in the 9th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment & Management Conference (PSAM9), organized by the International Organization for probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management, Hong Kong, China on July, 18-22, 2008. Authors: Jaime Santos-Reyes and Alan N Beard.

"Applying the SDMS Model to Manage Natural Disasters in Mexico" presented in the European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL-2008), organized by the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA), Valencia, Spain on September, 22-25, 2008. Author: J.R. Santos-Reyes.

"A Preliminary Analysis of the Piper Alpha Disaster by Applying a SSMS model" presented in the European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL-2007), organized by the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA), Stavanger, Norway on July 25-27, 2007. Authors: J.R. Santos-Reyes, and Alan N Beard.

"Towards a Systemic Approach to Public Safety" presented in the Safety and Security Engineering II Conference, organized by the Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT), Malta on June 25-27, 2007. Authors: J.R. Santos-Reyes, D.E. Santos-Reyes, & L.M. Hernández-Simón.

"Viability of a Systemic Safety Management System" presented in the European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL-2006), organized by the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA), Estoril, Portugal on September 18-22, 2006. Authors: J.R. Santos-Reyes, and Alan N Beard.

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Oracle Object Oriented Training Course

Oracle Object Oriented Training Course

* Learn development & maintenance benefits of Object Technology.

* Understand OO terminology and acronyms.

* See the evolution of Distributed Systems.

* Employ common approaches to Distributed Object Technology.

* See detail of distributed object products.

* Understand future trends and direction.

This two-day seminar provides a practical understanding of the role of distributed objects, and how the new vendor offerings is revolutionizing system architectures. A conceptual overview will be presented, introducing how Object Technology is used to create seamless interfaces to many diverse platforms and databases. Polymorphism, inheritance and encapsulation will all be explained with an emphasis on their application within distributed object systems.

This practical, plain English seminar will look at the major distributed object offerings, including the OMG's Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA), IBM's Distributed System Object Model (DSOM), and Microsoft's Object Linking and Embedding (OLE).

Thousands of companies, from small engineering firms to multi-billion dollar conglomerates, now have their mission-critical information on more than one computer. Distributed computing, by its very nature, is inherently complex, and methods must be devised to control the interfacing between the hardware platforms. Distributed Object-oriented technology offers a solution. Independent objects can be created to manage all of the complexities of client-server and distributed processing, allowing the user to freely connect and exchange information across widely diverse hardware and software systems. Offerings such as CORBA compliant software, DSOM, and OLE are forcing companies to take a close look at this exciting technology.

The general trend of the 1990's has been to move away from the cumbersome mainframe computers into a distributed network of processing, often with client server technology. In order for an application to function in a distributed environment, a standardized set of interfaces must be established. These interfaces will assure that all requests for objects will adhere to a standard protocol.

Distributed Object Technology has been used successfully by numerous vendors to simplify client-server systems. Connection to a remote database has now become as simple as selecting and dragging an icon. All of the complex interactions between presentation managers and data managers are now hidden from the users and developers, and object-oriented application programming interfaces (API's) are revolutionizing the way that people think about distributed systems.

Even though millions of people now have personal computers at their desks, most personal computers are vastly underutilized. For most non-technical users, a PC is nothing more than a tool which is used for simple word processing or spreadsheet tasks. The users have neither the time or the inclination to learn all of the technical details of a product, and seldom take advantage of all of the advanced features. The introduction of object-oriented operating systems will tap into a huge market of users who want their software to do what they want without complexity. When functionality is encapsulated into objects, users will be able to assemble and combine objects, and many more users will enjoy more functionality in their everyday tasks.

What You Will Learn

The first day of this seminar will introduce the concepts of Distributed Object Technology and give practical examples of how polymorphism, encapsulation, overloading, and inheritance are applied to manage the complex interfaces between distributed systems.

Day two will cover the major distributed object technology offerings with an emphasis on contrasting and comparing the features of each framework. CORBA, DSOM, OLE and other vendor offerings will be examined with actual examples from real-world systems.

Managing Distributed Databases

Donald K. Burleson

This Oracle object oriented training class is indispensable for strategic managers who are planning a smooth entry into Distributed Object Technology, Database Administrators who must integrate non-object legacy databases with their new systems, Systems Administrators who must handle performance and tuning of distributed systems, and Applications Programmers and Analysts who need to understand how distributed object technology will change the business enterprise.

This Oracle object oriented training course was designed by Donald K. Burleson, an acknowledged leader in Oracle database administration. Burleson was chosen by Oracle Press to write the authorized edition of Oracle High-Performance SQL tuning. Burleson Corporation instructors offer decades of real world DBA experience in Oracle features, and they will share their Oracle secrets in this intense Oracle Distributed object training

What Makes this Seminar Unique?

Unlike other "overview" seminars, this session will offer practical examples from existing distributed systems and show how distributed object technology can dramatically simplify the complex interactions between diverse hardware and software platforms.

Numerous examples will illustrate how distributed objects are used to manage database access, hardware access, and the management of external devices such as printers.

- A copy of the Common Object Request Broker Architecture specification.

- Two days of a rigorous, intensive approach that insures a complete understanding of distributed object technology.

Oracle distributed object technology
Syllabus

© 2007-2016 by Donald K. Burleson

Day One:
1. An Introduction to the Object Technology and Distributed Interfaces
a. Historical evolution of Object Technology b. OO techniques in older languages c. Development & maintenance benefits of Object Technology reduced maintenance, real-world modeling improved reliability, high code reusability d. OO terminology and acronyms Polymorphism, Inheritance, Multiple inheritance Information hiding, abstraction e. OO systems development vs. Traditional systems development compare life cycles
2. The evolution of Distributed Systems
a. Early intra-systems communications b. The industry need for object technology

Day Two:
3. What's wrong with existing distributed systems? a. The problem of seamless access b. Loosely-coupled vs. tightly-coupled systems
5. Common approaches to Distributed Object Technology
4. An overview of distributed Object Models - CORBA
a. Architectural overview b. Passing objects to other applications c. Object mediators
5. Detail of distributed object products
a. DSOM b. DCE c. ODBC and OLE
6. Future trends and direction

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Title: Systems Programming: Designing and Developing Distributed Applications
Author: Richard Anthony
Format: PDF
Hardcover: 548 pages
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann; 1 edition (March 16, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN: 9780128007297


Systems Programming: Designing and Developing Distributed Applications explains how the development of distributed applications depends on a foundational understanding of the relationship among operating systems, networking, distributed systems, and programming. Uniquely organized around four viewpoints (process, communication, resource, and architecture), the fundamental and essential characteristics of distributed systems are explored in ways which cut across the various traditional subject area boundaries. The structures, configurations and behaviours of distributed systems are all examined, allowing readers to explore concepts from different perspectives, and to understand systems in depth, both from the component level and holistically.

- Explains key ideas from the ground up, in a self-contained style, with material carefully sequenced to make it easy to absorb and follow.
- Features a detailed case study that is designed to serve as a common point of reference and to provide continuity across the different technical chapters.
- Includes a ‘putting it all together’ chapter that looks at interesting distributed systems applications across their entire life-cycle from requirements analysis and design specifications to fully working applications with full source code.
- Ancillary materials include problems and solutions, programming exercises, simulation experiments, and a wide range of fully working sample applications with complete source code developed in C++, C# and Java.
- Special editions of the author’s established ‘workbenches’ teaching and learning tools suite are included. These tools have been specifically designed to facilitate practical experimentation and simulation of complex and dynamic aspects of systems.

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