Monday, 20 October 2014

How to performed testing on Map Network and Application Architecture

 What is Map Network?
Network map is a visualization of device on networks, their inter relationships, & the transport layers providing a network services. Practically, a Network Map is a single tool to provide network users, managers or administrators, & IT personnel with a better understanding of the network performance, specifically concerning data bottle-necks & associated root cause analysis.

What is the Application Architecture?
In this information system, Applications Architecture is one of several architectures domain’s that forms of the pillars of enterprise architecture and solutions of architecture.
The different type’s elements that make up the infra-structure required to be determined to understand how they meet with a web application & how they affect security. In fact it takes only an ace vulnerability to undermine the security of the whole infra-structure, & even small & seemingly un-important problems may be evolve into harsh risks for another application on the same server.

How to test the network map or application architecture
The application architecture required to be mapped by some test to determine, what different components are used to create the web application. On more complicated setups, such as an online bank system and multiple servers might be included. These may be including a reverse proxy, a front end web server, an application’s server or a database servers and Light-weight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server. Then they will be retrieve the information from other tests or derives the different elements, question these assumptions & extend the architecture’s map.

This builds the different demilitarized zones (DMZs) so that access to the web server will not to give a remote user’s access to the authentication of mechanism itself, or so that compromises of the different components of the architecture can be isolated so that they will not agreement the entire architecture. Getting the knowledge of application architecture can be easy, if this data is provided to the testing team through the application’s developer in document form and through interviews, but can also prove to be very difficult.

Components of the application and map network

What is Component?
A component is the object that contains the code to manipulate the data from one to another, & which provides the access that code through a well specified set of publicly presents the services. The key characteristics of a component are that when it is built for use, the codes for the elements, as well as the data associated with the elements are packaged together.
CLB means Component Load Balancing; it allows to multiple application’s server to provide the same COM+ objects for use in application. When that object’s required, the creation of request’s sent first to CLB Servers which then re-directs to the request an appropriate application’s server, based on specific criteria.

The means of IMDB is "In-Memory Database Support", it is a momentary transnational database style cache that re-sides in RAM memory or provides enormously fast access to information on the machine on which it is re-sides.

Queued Component’s:
It combines the features of COM to provide a path to invoke & execute the components asynchronously. Activities can occur without respect to the availability and accessibility either of the sender &receiver. When the client calls queue component, the calls made to the Queued Components Recorder (QCR), which packages it as a part of message to the server or puts it in a queue?

Object Pooling’s:
Object pooling’s is an automatic service provided through COM+ that enables you to have examples of a components kept process in a pool, ready to be used through any customer that requests to the components. At the time, application is executing, COM+ manages the pool, controlling the details of object’s activation or re-use according to the criteria of you have fixed.

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