Peer To Peer

Peer-to-Peer | Part 3

Peer-to-Peer | Part 3

Initially, applications Peer-to-Peer emerged monolithic, ie, the program needed to implement its own protocol for Peer-to-peer to allow interoperability between its constituent nodes in the network system. However, in addition to a major re-work, these efforts into non-functional requirements of applications involving the failure of communication between different systems

Peer-to-Peer | Part 2

Peer-to-Peer | Part 2

Centralized systems are simple to deploy and manage, but they are a potential bottleneck, since the central server has limited capacity and can not withstand the increased demand. On the other hand, decentralized systems are scalable and robust, but it takes some implementation complexity, especially on issues of fault tolerance and resource discovery

Peer-to-Peer | Part 1

Peer-to-Peer | Part 1

Peer-to-Peer, peer (peer to peer free translation) is an architecture of distributed systems characterized by the decentralization of the network, where each node performs both functions as a server client.

Peer To Peer P2P | Part 1

Peer To Peer P2P | Part 1

The peer-to-peer (often abbreviated “P2P”) is a model of computer network near the client-server model but where each client is also a server. The most widespread application of peer-to-peer is file sharing.