Network Interview Questions

  1. What is a intranet?
  2. What is a TP Monitor?
  3. What are Super servers?
  4. What is an Object server?
  5. What is network database?
  6. What are Triggers and Rules?
  7. What is a Transaction server?
  8. What is meant by Transparency?
  9. What are the two types of OLTP?
  10. Explain meant by 3-Tier architecture?
  11. What are the Classification of clients?
  12. What is meant by 3-Tier architecture?
  13. What are the types of Transparencies?
  14. What are Service-specific middleware?
  15. What is Remote Procedure Call (RPC)?
  16. Explain what are the two types of OLTP?
  17. What are called Fat clients and Fat servers?
  18. What is meant by Asymmetrical protocols?
  19. What are TP-Lite and TP-Heavy Monitors?
  20. What is Structured Query Langauge (SQL)?
  21. Explain the building blocks of Client/Server?
  22. What are the characteristics of Client/Server?
  23. Explain what are the types of Transparencies?
  24. What are the two broad classes of middleware?
  25. Explain what are Service-specific middleware?
  26. What is the difference between trigger and rule?
  27. What is Message Oriented Middleware (MOM)?
  28. Explain what are called Fat clients and Fat servers?
  29. Explain what is meant by Asymmetrical protocols?
  30. What are the functions of the typical server program?
  31. What is meant by Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP)?
  32. What are all the extended services provided by the OS?
  33. What is meant by horizontal scaling and vertical scaling?
  34. What are the three types of SQL database server architecture?
  35. What are the main components of Transaction-based Systems?
  36. What are called Non-GUI clients, GUI Clients and OOUI Clients?
  37. What are the most typical functional units of the Client/Server applications?
  38. List out the benefits obtained by using the Client/Server oriented TP Monitors?
  39. What are the five major technologies that can be used to create Client/Server applications?
  40. TP Monitor does mainly two things extremely well. They are Process management and Transaction management?