What is client/server Model computing?

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I want to know how client/server computing works.

I know it is a type of distributed computing where client communicates with server for exchanging data, but how it works?

 

 
 
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What is client/server Model computing?

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A client/Server is a relationship between two computers programs in which the client is to fulfill the request of the server. Although programs within a single computer can use a client/server ideas, so meaning it is important to have an idea to a network which client/server models interconnect with a network that provides a convenient way to distribute a program across a different locations.

Such as a computer transactions are the basic way or common for using client/server programs. For example, you have to request an account from the bank to check your bills, so you have to request from the server to be able to verify your billing statement in that particular Bank to view it in your own computer.
 
Meaning to say that when you register from the bank sites, you have requested to show all information from your account, to be able to send a response from the server to be to view your transactions, with all the information for you.
 
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What is client/server Model computing?

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Client/Server computing would involve a "client" and a "server. The client will connect and send the query/requested service of the user to the "server". The server would then analyze and compute the results as found in its database and send the results back to the client. The client would then present the results to the user who queried/requested the service.

This process is clearly presented in the image below.

Client/Server computing would involve a "client" and a "server. The client will connect and send the query/requested service of the user to the "server". The server would then analyze and compute the results as found in its database and send the results back to the client. The client would then present the results to the user who queried/requested the service. This process is clearly presented in the image below.
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What is client/server Model computing?

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Client/Server model computing in layman’s terms is simply an exchange of information, requested by a client to a server. In Technology, a client can be a single or multiple computers that translates a specific user’s request to the correct protocol 2 used by both the client and server (applying any encryption if needed or instructed) and then sends the translated protocol to the server. 

The server evaluates, translates3, (decrypts if it applies) and processes the request.4 and 5 Once completed, the server will send it back to the client requesting for that specific information and presents it to the specific user. This process is repetitive. A simple mouse click on a link to view a webpage or to view this solution is an example of client/server model computing.
 
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The server evaluates, translates, (decrypts if it applies) and processes the request.
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What is client/server Model computing?

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In this model, application and model is differentiated. Clients make requests to a server through messages, and the server responds to each request by sending the results. One server can deliver a huge number of clients, and if the client base grows further, more than one server can be linked together to create a pool.

Client server computer is different machines, customized separately for separate purpose. E.g. A Web client can have a large screen display, but Web server does not need any display. But a single machine can act like both a server and client. On the other hand, a machine can be a server for one application and a client to another.

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