Part 5 – Common Architectures

This lesson covers common architectures and focuses on the following types: • Distributed computing o Client-server o Peer to peer (P2P) • Service oriented architecture: How heterogenous applications should be developed and integrated in an enterprise • Rich Internet application o Client side threats o Server side threats o Aggregation and inference • Ubiquitous computing o Wireless networking o Radio frequency ID (RFID) o Near Field Communications (NFC) o Location based services (LBS) • Cloud architecture
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