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A major theme throughout this book has been building robustness into application delivery. Redundancy of the network, server, application, and the entire data center has been discussed. We also made the assumption that onsite and offsite tape backups are performed nightly. Most minor disasters can be mitigated by simply following the best practices in this book. It is impossible, though, to guarantee uptime for a single location, due to the large number of both internal and external risks. Additionally, the data center is not the only thing requiring redundancy a workstation with access to the missioncritical applications and data for an employee to work from is also required. A delivery approach to business continuity decouples the desktop from the workstation. A disaster may preclude employees from accessing their normal workstations, but with access to a browser, the employees can still securely access the virtualized applications and desktops. This access remains whether the desktop is running in the normal data center or at the disaster recovery site. If employees are prevented from entering their office due to a natural disaster, they can still continue working from another office, from home, or even from an Internet caf . Some of the more typical problems with a distributed environment that are solved with an application delivery solution are listed here: Foreseeable disasters often entail evacuation of large numbers of workers, thus leading to the need to have total flexibility for where knowledge-based workers work, what device they are working from, and when they work. Even if the workers are not displaced, if the data center is displaced, it is highly unlikely in a distributed environment that users will still have sufficient bandwidth to access the data at a new location. In an application delivery environment, the bandwidth requirements are much lower and more flexible (we show later in this chapter that Internet bandwidth from any source is sufficient if the application delivery environment is built properly). The availability of specific replacement PCs on a moment s notice cannot be guaranteed, thus making it difficult in a distributed environment to guarantee that users will have the necessary processing power to run their applications. In an application delivery environment, a user s desktop CPU power and operating system environment are largely irrelevant, allowing the use of whatever hardware might be available. The manpower required to quickly install and configure ten or more applications for hundreds or thousands of users is enormous in a distributed environment. With an application delivery infrastructure in place, the applications don t need to be installed or configured, because they are already on the server farm (or backup server farm).
As in any eld, it is important to know how the devices are manufactured in order to model and design them effectively or to conceive new device concepts. In a developing eld like MEMS, manufacturing techniques are numerous and varied. However, they can be broadly classi ed into four categories: surface micromachining, bulk micromachining, micromolding techniques, and miscellaneous micromanufacturing techniques. The rst two categories are especially applicable to silicon and its compounds. Thin- lm deposition, photolithography, and selective etching are the primary tools for micromachining. In photolithography, optically sensitive polymers called photoresists are exposed through a photomask consisting of transparent and opaque regions. Exposed or unexposed regions in the photoresist can be selectively washed away, leaving a photoresist mask through which a material underneath the mask can be selectively etched. Film deposition and etching by means of masks make micromachining techniques particularly suitable for batch production, as of IC chips. Many new techniques do not use photolithography and are not always amenable for batch production.
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