Deploying Layered Applications

To understand the deployment architecture of layered applications, we will first need to understand the difference between layering and tiering. Layering is the concept of partitioning code into components that form logical layers and Tiering is the term used to describe the distribution of code units to physical boundaries. In simpler terms, layering is "how…

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Layered Architecture for .NET

The Layered Architecture Design Pattern promotes the concept of separation of concerns where code of similar responsibilities are being factored into layers. It is purely a logical design but it can be combined with physical design patterns such as the N-tier architecture to deliver highly scalable and impressive distributed enterprise applications. Data Layer (a.k.a. Data…

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