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What is distributed system architecture?

Distributed computing is defined as a system consisting of software components spread over different computers but running as a single entity. A distributed system can be an arrangement of different configurations, such as mainframes, computers, workstations, and minicomputers.

Organizations have turned to distributed computing systems to handle data generation explosion and increased application performance needs. These distributed systems help businesses scale as data volume grows.

Such a distributed system architecture is necessary for any business that transacts on the Internet (financial institutions, the e-commerce industry and subscription services). Using a distributed system architecture, your business will meet the highest requirements for reliability and speed, while making the software scalable.

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