Website Production Assignment

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Md Alamin Bhuyian (1022356)1022356@students.tower.ac.ukUNIT 28WEBSITEPRODUCTIONSASSIGNMENT 1In this document you will find my first assignment for unit 28. Here I will talk about the webarchitecture and components which enable internet and web functionality. The role of webarchitecture in website communications. The role of the TCP/IP protocol and how it links toapplication layer protocol. And the user side and server side factors that influence theperformance of the website. All include task 1.1) 1.2) 1.3) 1.4) and criteria P1) P2) M1) and D1)
Name: Md Alamin BhuyianID: 1022356Unit: 28 Website productionTask number: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4criteria: P1, P2, M1, D1ContentsInternet service providers (ISP).........................................................................................................2Web hosting services.........................................................................................................................2Domain structure...............................................................................................................................2Domain name registrars....................................................................................................................2World Wide Web...............................................................................................................................3Web component....................................................................................................................................3Hardware...........................................................................................................................................3Web server....................................................................................................................................3Mail Server....................................................................................................................................3Proxy server...................................................................................................................................4Router............................................................................................................................................4Software................................................................................................................................................4Browser.........................................................................................................................................4What is TCP/ IP?............................................................................................................................5HTTP..............................................................................................................................................5M1.........................................................................................................................................................6Web 2.0.........................................................................................................................................6Blogs..............................................................................................................................................6Online application..........................................................................................................................6Cloud computing...........................................................................................................................6(D1)........................................................................................................................................................7The role of the TCP/IP protocol and how it links to application layer protocol.............................7What is TCP/IP?.............................................................................................................................7Different protocols within the application layer............................................................................7(P2)........................................................................................................................................................9Assignment title:Tower Hamlets College (THC) safeguarding department- understanding websiteCourse Name:BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in ITAssignment number:11
Name: Md Alamin BhuyianID: 1022356Unit: 28 Website productionTask number: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4criteria: P1, P2, M1, D1Web architecture1.1)(P1)Internet service providers (ISP)ISP (internet server provider) is an organisation which allowed normal people at home to connect tothe internet indirectly. They only provide us internet if we give them an amount of money. Once weare connected with them we will be able to visit any website. They provide us with devices and weconnected with internet and we pay for it. We use ISP via a router. The ISP providers provide us arouter or DSL and we are connected to the DSL with our username and IP address.E.g. TALK TALK, Utility Warehouse, BT, O2, EE; all of them are ISP provider.Web hosting servicesHosting is a service that stores your website on a server allowing for access by internet user.Webhosting is a server who serves your website to the other users who is online. When we open anew website, it’s really important to host our website because our website must be published toweb hosting service than visitors will be able to surfing into our website page.Domain structureDomain structure allows the user to interpret different information, for exampleThehttp://refers to the protocol that is hypertext transfer protocol,thewww.Refers to a page on the World Wide Web,Thegoogle. Comis the actual domain name which corresponds. It allows the users to visibly seewhat part of the website they are in.When we have google.co.ukrefers a particular country here co.uk refer this page is shown in UnitedKingdom.Domain name registrarsDomain name is the part of an address in the internet which identify as a particular company ororganisation name. Domain names are the way we organise, we sailed and we understand the Web.Without domain names, URLs would be a series of numbers, or IP, addresses, which are difficult toremember. However, a domain name gives us an address easier to remember. A domain name isessential to do virtually anything on the Internet, since the creation of a web site to send and receivee-mails or assemble an online store.Assignment title:Tower Hamlets College (THC) safeguarding department- understanding websiteCourse Name:BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in ITAssignment number:12
Name: Md Alamin BhuyianID: 1022356Unit: 28 Website productionTask number: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4criteria: P1, P2, M1, D1World Wide WebThe www is a system in hypermedia, which is the meeting of various media interconnected systemsby electronic communication and performed on the Internet, where it is possible to access any siteon the Internet for consultation.Web componentHardwareWeb serverThe web servers are responsible for storing and exchanging information with other machines.Because of this, at least two participants are involved in every Exchange of information: a client whorequests information, and a server that meets these demands. Each side also requires a specializedprogram to negotiate the exchange of data. In the case of a client, is used a browser, such asInternet Explorer or Firefox. On the server side, however, things aren't so simple. There are severalsoftware options available; most everyone has a similar task: negotiate data transfer between clientsand servers via http (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), Web communications protocol. The softwaredepends on the operating system chosen for the server.Mail ServerThe mailserverr is a server that sends and receives our daily email over a network, mostly over theinternet. The mail server can receive our email from the customer's email server than can send toanother mail server.There are three types of mail server; POP3, IMP and SMTP.POP3servers hold incoming e-mail messages until you check your e-mail, and at that point, they willbe transferred to your computer. POP3 is the most common account type, for personal e-mail.Messages are typically deleted from the server when you check your e-mail.IMAPservers let youwork with e-mail messages without downloading them to your computer first. You can view, delete,and organize messages directly on the e-mail server, and copies are stored on the server until youchoose to delete them.IMAPis commonly used for business e-mail accounts. SMTP servers handlethe sending of your e-mail messages to the Internet. The SMTP server handles outgoing e-mail, andis used in conjunction with an incoming IMAP e-mail server.Proxy serverA proxy server is an intermediary computer that sits between the user's computer and the Internet.Can be used to register Internet usage and also to block access to a Web site. The proxy serverfirewall blocks some websites or Web pages for a variety of reasons. As a result, you may be unableto download the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) or Java applets run some.Assignment title:Tower Hamlets College (THC) safeguarding department- understanding websiteCourse Name:BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in ITAssignment number:13
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