The Middleware Source Book is the only book of its kind to identify the standards-based interface (programming and protocols) and middleware products that applications developers and systems integrators cannot do without. This unique book contains a detailed examination of each of the following: * Twenty five component services, including Motif, remote procedure call, object brokering, SQL dat access, distributed file systems and directory services. * Two integrated sets of services, such as OSF DCE and personal computing integration services * Six frameworks, including electronic data interchange, management, transaction processing, and workgroup frameworks, which are integrated environments for creating distributed applications. The Middleware Source Book provides application developers and system integrators with the critical information they need to choose appropriate middleware for cost effective implementation of their next client/server application. John Colonna-Romaro has been an employee at DIgital Equipment Corporation since 1977. Since 1992 John has been a member of the Network Application Support Group, which was chartered to deliver midleware software products to customers. John has been using his experience in building distributed information systems to document the middleware software that is so often missing when building a system. Patricia Srite began writing middleware architecture documentation in 1992 and has over 16 year experience writing technical documentation. Pat began her career as a technical writer at Digital Equipment Corporation in 1978. She is now a consulting writer whose portfolio includes software user manuals, architecture standards, services catalogues, hardware systems, and configuration guides, installation guides, and marketing brochures.Threading service Both the pthreads application programming interface (API) and the Concert Multithread Architecture (CMA) API access the same ... Win32 threads, available on Windows NT systems The Win32 threads service is used as the underlying mechanism ... The pthreads API tracks the proposed Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) POSK 1003.1c specification (pthreads ).
|Title||:||The middleware source book|
|Author||:||John Colonna-Romano, Patricia Srite|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 1995-06-15|