|Today's businesses rely on widely distributed networks of employees, suppliers and customers. With the advent of internet and the worldwide web, there is the great demand for distributed applications that can be maintained and handled easily. Internet revolution has changed the way employees work. Whether they are at home, office or any other location, it doesn’t matter a business now. In the globalized economy of outsourcing, offshore development all has elevated the vision of business. The need of coordinating and controlling information from multiple sources across an organization remains to be a difficult task. Data carried from different locations may be integrated at one source. This gave boost for the implementation of distributed systems and distributed applications. Java distributed applications is easy to expand and there is little chance for a single failure. The cross platform runtime environment and the object oriented development model makes java well outfitted for distributed application systems. Distributed applications make use of components which are scattered at different locations and at different platforms. The platform independent, inter-operable Java language is the best instrument to organize and align the different components under one roof. In a distributed application, individual components communicate through a common read and write network.
Java invented itself as the group at Sun identified that existing computer languages could not solve the problems of distributing applications over the network. The risk involving with distributed development includes heterogeneous computing environments, inconsistent network links and unexpected failures. A proven Java multi-tiered development architecture is the apt one for a distributed application.
Distributed application deployment will be a success only with the utilization of a collection of experiences and best practices received from real-world development engagements and error free colligation process. The distributed application systems draw the advantage of seamless integration of processes. Usability, reusability, reliability and quality factors determine the performance of any distributed application. From the point of view of developers, making changes in the distributed system is very easy.
Nowadays the distributed applications are most required by airline, banking, telecom industry etc. Having a strong knowledge about the above said industrial sectors and a proven track record in the implementation of distributed applications; Telious can give you robust support for your distributed systems and applications. At Telious, we accelerate our distributed application development experience using java technology which enable us to take up the distributed application assignments with confidence. This enables our customers to transform to more advanced java distributed applications that align the changing needs of their business.