Emerging Technologies and Architecture

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Running Head: Technologies and Architecture

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND ARCHITECTURE

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OS Processor and Core3
Hypotheses3
The null hypothesis for this study / research is:3
This is tested against the alternative hypothesis;4
A summary of current operating system in use4
Benefits of up grading an Operating system utilizing a multi-processor, multi-core configuration4
Up grading the processor and core5
Requirements supported for the upgrade processor and core5
Conclusion5
The null hypothesis5
Scheduling Algorithms5
First-Come, First-Served Scheduling6
Benefits and Challenges Presented by FIFO6
Round robin scheduling7
Benefits and Challenges Presented by Round Robin Scheduling7
Conclusion8
OS Concurrency Mechanism8
Real-Time, Distributed, and Embedded Environments8
Adapting Distributed Real-time and Embedded Pub/Sub Middleware for Cloud Computing Environment.9
Cloud computing10
Configuring an enterprise DRE pub/sub system in a cloud environment11
Concurrency control mechanisms in handling communications and synchronization12
Optimistic Concurrency control mechanism12
OS Security Risks and Mitigation Strategy12
Administrator’s Account13
Group Account Risk13
Directory Rights13
Audit Policy14
User Rights Policy14
Services14
Register editing programs15
Trusted Systems15
HACK Attempts15
Emerging Technologies and Architecture16
Current enterprise strategic requirements that could benefit from the emerging technologies17
Complex Solution Architecture and Delivery17
Quality Assurance17
Skills Enablement17
SOA Services17
Wireless Services17
The potential benefits for adopting these emerging technologies18
Conclusion18

OS Processor and Core
Hypotheses
The null hypothesis for this study / research is:
HO: As a result of the upgrading the multi- processor, multi-core Operating system, there will either be no significant difference in supporting distributed / virtual environment or there will be a significant increase. This is tested against the alternative hypothesis;

HA: As a result of the upgrading the multi- processor, multi-core Operating system, there will be a significant decrease in supporting distributed / virtual environment. A summary of current operating system in use

The current operating system in use is the single-processor and single-core Operating System. This operating system supports a single-core processor. The single-core processor has only one execution core i.e. it has single of each of the basic components ALU, Control unit and the Catch memory. The current operating system in use (single-processor and single-core Operating System) allows multiprocessing i.e. allows more than one task to be done at the same time, but it doesn’t support multiple-multi processing i.e. parallel multitasking evident with multi-processor and multi-core operating systems. Benefits of up grading an Operating system utilizing a multi-processor, multi-core configuration It is of significant importance to upgrade an operating system utilizing a multi-processor, multi-core configuration to support a distributed or virtual environment. Firstly, this allows for the maximum utilization of all of the CPU cores by the operating system, resulting to increased system performance. In addition, while the CPU cores are executing programs, the operating system will be having less stress in resource allocation triggered by the instructions from the various CPU cores. Also, upgrading the OS will lead to optimization of the multi-processor, multi-core processing power. This will be as a result of the upgraded operating system being able to cope up with the different cores’ requests and instructions during different phases of execution. This will also enable the right operating system (the up graded OS) to provide maximum support to the multi-processor,...
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