By George M. Doss
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Read EarthWeb's privacy statement. To access the contents, click the chapter and section titles. CORBA Networking with Java Go! ) Author(s): George M. Doss ISBN: 1556226543 Publication Date: 12/01/98 Search this book: Go! Previous Table of Contents Next ----------- Chapter 3 Network Relationship Levels One date does not make a marriage. This chapter explains the second of two important technical constructs necessary to the implementation of an integrated enterprise network. This technical construct is based on levels of relationships that make up a network’s structure: • Dating (let’s share selective data) • Engagement • Marriage (let’s merge) Like the relationship type construct, the relationship level construct has two guiding principles: • Business fundamentals define the implementation focus.
In reality, the word “probably” is a condition on the never. This construct has the biggest challenges. All the “versus” categories given in the discussions above come into play. A short list of challenges is: • Homogeneous culture • Diversity in attitudes towards tools • Management styles range from the individual user to the corporate manager • Ability to communicate in the network ranges from fear of technology to technical sophistication • All four types of coordination interact with each other • Reasons for having the network range from the external users’ desire to save money to the external users’ desire to protect data Previous Table of Contents Next Products | Contact Us | About Us | Privacy | Ad Info | Home Use of this site is subject to certain Terms & Conditions, Copyright © 1996-2000 EarthWeb Inc.
This is where firewalls become part of the playing field. The third level of an enterprise network consists of two or more intranets, the Internet, and a plethora of players. This level combines all the issues of the first two levels and more. Do not give up. There is common ground. I try to keep to the common ground, but I also try to make you aware of peaks and valleys to travel around. It was said above that each member of the team has its own responsibilities and functions. Let us consider in turn the players—intranet, Internet, and external users.
CORBA Networking With Java by George M. Doss