Classification of Network Operating Systems

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To make a classification of network operating systems, we must first define the concepts. An operating system (OS) is a sum of software to establish a similar way to human language communication between the user and the computer controlling all the resources efficiently.

A computer network, computer, computer network or dry network is a set of computers connected together to share information, resources such as printers, DVD recorders, etc. and services such as email, chat, games and more.

Classification of network operating systems by their structure:

Monolithic operating systems i.e. consist of a single program that contains several routines so intertwined that one can easily communicate with the rest.

Hierarchically structured operating systems: Over time operating systems are being improved and it became necessary that the operating system that has multiple distinct parts of the rest and own interface. With these parts, layers or levels that are intended among other things the most important parts of the operating system were safe from intruders.

Client-server operating systems: This type of network operating systems is currently in use in most computers. It is a very compatible operating system because they serve to virtually any computer and all programs. The client-server operating system user or client requests to the appropriate server to access a file or make an input or output action on a particular device.

Classification of network operating systems by way of offering their services:

Network operating systems: Those operating systems are able to interact efficiently with operating systems installed on other computers transmitting or exchanging information, files, executing remote commands, etc.

Distributed operating systems: This type of network operating system runs all of the services being undertaken by the network operating system, but also gets to share more resources such as printers, memory, central processing units (CPU), hard drives, etc. And the user does not need to know the location of the resource, and execute commands, but they are known by names and use them as local or specific to your computer.

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