3-tier architecture is standard and has a higher level of manageability than say a 4-tier. Before I go off on a tangent I want to make sure we are on the same page. 1-tier Architecture Tier 1 - Everything 2-tier Architecture Tier 1 - Client Tier 2 - Database 3-tier Architecture Tier 1 - Client (Browser or Application) Tier 2 - Web and Application (Full J2EE Server) Tier 3 - Database 4-tier Architecture Tier 1 - Client (Browser or Application) Tier 2 - Web (Servlet/JSP Container) Tier 3 - Application (EJB Container) Tier 4 - Database Do these match your definitions for the different tiers?
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Chris, Thank you very much for this, but what are the benefits and drawbacks of each architecture in terms of their Quality of Service (QoS) requirements? Thanks very much! Seid
I researched this. On the yahoo site or the JR somebody talked about Sun's codecamp. On Sun's site I found a codecamp document. An early chapter was helpful in understanding some of these issues. I still only scored 66% on common architectures and concepts. This is a hard area to find data on.
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