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The term ‘MainFrame’ brings to mind a giant room of electronic parts that is a computer, referring to the original CPU cabinet in a computer of the mid-1960’s. Today, Mainframe refers to a class of ultra-reliable large and medium-scale servers designed for carrier-class and enterprise-class systems operations. Mainframes are costly, due to the support of symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) and dozens of central processors existing within in a single system. Mainframes are highly scalable. Through the addition of clusters, high-speed caches and volumes of memory, they connect to terabyte holding data subsystems.
UML (Unified Modeling Language) is an object-oriented analysis and design language defined by the Object Management Group (OMG). UML is used in the software engineering field and describes a programming language used as a graphical designation to create an abstract model that can be used in a system (UML model).
The term ‘Web 2.0’ refers to the idea of the “New Internet”, or the second wave of the World Wide Web. Web 2.0 is not a specific application or technology, but explains two paradigm shifts within Information Technology, ‘user-generated content’ and ‘thin client computing’.
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