Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Peer to Peer File Sharing Through WCF

The lack of resources as though computing, storing and data resources, leads to this idea that we can use the huge and infinitive resources which potentially exists in the computers of users throughout the world. For instance, we can use the computing resources of PCs which most of the time are workless, on the other hand, we can use the huge amount of data which have been stored in the computers. Moreover, we can employ these amazing resources to connect straightaway and use their data instead of connecting to a centralized server and satisfying our needs. When we want to work over the centralized architecture, some problems come to the fore and passing time makes those problems tougher and tougher, then these growing problems necessitate us to switch to the more high-powered hardware, infrastructures and the like. Consequently, we have to use higher bandwidth and stronger servers and likely super computers which cost us high-priced outlays. These problems beside the ideas for solving them resulted in a new scope of computing systems, named "Distributed systems". A Distributed system is a software system in which components located on networked computers communicate and coordinate their actions by passing messages.[1].


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