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What are the examples of software resources?
- Operating System.
- Cloud Computing.
- Network Function Virtualization.
- Hardware Resource.
- Virtual Infrastructure.
- Virtualized Resource.
Which can be type of sharing hardware resources?
Shared LAN points are used by a variety of system resources, such as hard drives, printers, scanners and network cards. File and printer sharing occur via two network communication mechanisms: peer-to-peer (P2P) sharing and the client-server network model.
Is software a resource?
A resource is any hardware or software that’s accessible by a computer, network, or another object connected to a computer. Another example of a resource may be a network server farm or cluster that allows users to have access to multiple computers to perform complicated tasks.
What are shared system resources?
In computing, a shared resource, or network share, is a computer resource made available from one host to other hosts on a computer network. It is a device or piece of information on a computer that can be remotely accessed from another computer transparently as if it were a resource in the local machine.
1.1 Give five types of hardware resource and five types of data or software resource that can usefully be shared.
Which is an example of a web resource?
Give examples of three different sorts of web resources that can be named by URLs. 1.5 Ans. Web Pages are examples of resources that are shared. These resources are managed by Web servers. Client-server architecture. The Web Browser is a client program (e.g. Netscape) that runs on the user’s computer.
What are three main components of software that may fail?
The three main software components that may fail are: • the client process e.g. it may crash • the server process e.g. the process may crash • the communication software e.g. a message may fail to arrive The failures are generally caused independently of one another.
How are web servers used to share data?
Data/software: web page: web servers enable multiple clients to share read-only page content (usually stored in a file, but sometimes generated on-the-fly). file: file servers enable multiple clients to share read-write files. Conflicting updates may result in inconsistent results.