Distributed design patterns

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In software engineering, a distributed design pattern is a design pattern focused on distributed computing problems.

Classification[edit]

Distributed design patterns can be divided into several groups:

  • Distributed communication patterns
  • Security and reliability patterns
  • Event driven patterns

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Pitt & McNiff (2001). java.rmi: the Remote Method Invocation Guide. Great Britain: Pearson Education. p. 284. ISBN 0-201-70043-3.