Saturday, May 30, 2009

Thin Client System Comprising

A traditional network comprises of Servers and PC based workstations. The Servers are used to store centralised data and run server based application such as e-mail (Exchange, Groupwise), databases and Accounting software. The PC workstations run applications locally and via the network, access the necessary servers for the data they require.

This paper describes a load forecasting method for a large-scale VM-type thin client system. The purpose of this method is to deploy the client environment VMs for load balancing and energy-saving. For load forecasting, it is necessary to collect and analyze load data generated continuously and in large quantities, the so called? data stream.

A thin client system comprising: a thin client server comprising a plurality of execution sections respectively provided for tasks, a thin client terminal; and a session management server configured to assign said thin client terminal to a specific one of said plurality of execution sections.

The benefit of Thin Client connections is the amount of data required to go between the user and server is tiny compared to when the application runs locally. This means that anyone accessing the system remotely with limited bandwidth can work at almost the same speed as an office based user.

The thin client server system according to claim 3, wherein said connection destination control section further reboots up the desired client and transmitting the client data of the desired client to said specific thin client terminal, and specific thin client terminal connects to the desired client based on the client data of the desired client.

The thin client server according to claim 10, wherein each of said plurality of clients comprises:a status acquiring section configured to transmit a data indicating a change of a status of each of said plurality of clients.

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