Chapter 8. Chapter Objectives . Provide a checklist of issues to consider when selecting a system architecture Describe servers, server-based processing, clients, and client-based processing
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Every information system involves three main functions: data storage and access methods, application programs to handle the processing logic, and an interface that allows users to interact with the system
Depending on the architecture, the three functions are performed on a server, on a client, or are divided between the server and the client
As you translate the OSI logical model into a physical model of the networked system, you can use software tools, such as Microsoft Visio, which is a multipurpose drawing tool, to represent the physical structure and network components