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Peer-to-Peer computing is defined as a network - of any size, even across the Internet - where individual computers connect and exchange files and information directly without a central server. The most popular P2P application has been the sharing of MP3 files by websites such as Napster. Other services such as Gnutella have grown rapidly as well, with more than 40,000 computers connected through Gnutella at any one time. In addition, a new product - Groove - is one of the first P2P business applications that allows people in organizations to share files without the need for a client/server relationship.


Peer to Peer: Groundbreaking, Controversial, and Still Growing Not every "next big thing" has lived up to its promise, but the technologies comprising peer-to-peer computing are definitely here to stay. Inside, Michael Miller walks you through this still-burgeoning field, showing you where it's come from and where it's headed. In between, he looks closely at P2P's current representatives, including Napster, Aimster, and SETI@home, drawing from their successes and controversies to paint a vivid picture of a diverse set of applications that continue to change the way the world thinks about computing.
Delve into every aspect of the P2P revolution:
* File-sharing
* Collaboration
* Communication
* Distributed computing
* Applications development
Explore the state of the art in P2P ...
* Gnutella
* Napster
* Aimster
* Instant messaging
* SETI@home
* Microsoft's .NET initiative
... as well as P2P's origins and future directions.

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Not the "next big thing" 19. März 2002
Von Henning Follmann - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Citing the backcover: "Incisive, Opinonated Coverage of Applications That Have Captured the IT World's Attention".
Let's translate this: "Superficial Enumeration of Applications".
This book does not provide any deeper information about P2P applications. Also the section about business models is not well founded and does not provide any helpful information. I was really disappointed!
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look for a more recent text 20. Juni 2006
Von W Boudville - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
The book gives a good explanation of p2p networks as they were understood at the time of writing in 2001. Napster, of course. But also Gnutella and SETI@home.

However, if you are new to p2p, you may want to search out more recent texts. There has been a lot of developments since 2001. Most notably with the rise of Bram Cohen's BitTorrent, and its novel use of downloaders to act as uploaders for files. Another factor is that the use of various p2p networks did appear to lead to the music industry's weak sales in recent years. While BitTorrent is now proving to be a worry to the film studios.
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Not what i thought 22. August 2002
Von ZAK - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Not very readable, didn't find it interesting, after going through the first part of the book i put it somewhere and never bothered to completely read it.
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