12: Network Management System Components in Java

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During the last decade several new computing environments have emerged, some of which are based on Web technology. These systems are in the early stages of usage, and some are still under development, but they may reshape the IT eld. In this section we provide several examples of these new initiatives. For a discussion of the issues that new networked computing systems need to address, see Online File W2.6. The following are representative initiatives of emerging computing environments.
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the complexity of systems development and leads to systems that are easier and quicker to build and maintain, because each object is relatively small, selfcontained, and manageable. Second, the OO approach improves programmers productivity and quality. Once an object has been de ned, implemented, and tested, it can be reused in other systems. Third, systems developed with the OO approach are more exible. These systems can be modi ed and enhanced easily, by changing some types of objects or by adding new types. A fourth bene t is that the OO approach allows the systems analyst to think at the level of the real-world system (as users do) and not at the level of the programming language. On the other hand, there are some disadvantages to the OO approach. OO systems (especially those written in Java) generally run more slowly than those developed in other programming languages. By all appearances, object-oriented systems development (OOSD) is in the throes of a dilemma. Dozens of wellknown experts claim the advantages of OOSD make it vastly superior to conventional systems development. But some of them also point to OOSD s disadvantages and question whether it will ever be a dominant approach to systems development. Online Files W14.2 and W14.3 show some of the advantages and disadvantages of OOSD. For a more detailed discussion of the ups and downs of the object-oriented approach, see Johnson (2000).
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