|Overview: System Of Systems|
An interface that allows many systems to be used as one.
What is a System Of Systems?
John Spacey, updated on October 10, 2016
System of systems is a type of architecture that uses a single interface to allow multiple systems to be used as one. A classic example is the Internet. Internet protocols such as HTTP allow the use of information and services across millions of physical machines using a single interface such as a web browser. Cloud computing is also a system of systems approach to computing that provides a single platform to access the computing power of many physical machines.
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