Ease Of Data Management Case Study
There are many benefits of this process when it comes to data handling of a large volume of clients as well as customers. However there are also a few drawbacks of using this I/O process.
In a synchronous input and output activity, the hardware has to first complete the physical input and output of the data. The success or failure of the option is then notified for further processing. The entire process is hence stalled till the physical input and output results of the data is collected. This is not the case with asynchronous input and output process. Both tasks of processing can be done simultaneously. As the output is queued in the operating system while the results are being processed. Hence, asynchronous input and out process is also called as non-blocking I/O. Using the asynchronous input and output process, a computer can perform resource intensive tasks. The asynchronous input and output process is dependent on a very large extent to the operating system of the …show more content…
By using the asynchronous I/O the process wait time is reduced and it provides immediate service requests to clients. This process is very helpful in managing large and complex data of a company. The process minimizes the number of threads required in executing a process. Thus, it provides better efficiency than a synchronous I/O activity. The outputs of the queued processes are reported back to the user either on request or automatically. The scheduling priorities in running this process depends on the user. The biggest drawback of using the asynchronous input and output process is the level of complexity that is accompanied with this program. This type of processing is best suited for large data volumes and performing asynchronous input and output process on no formatted files of data will prove to be ineffective. Also, there are chances of multiple errors occurring when data is being transferred through this process. If an error occurs during the processing, execution of the program terminates and that particular program is stalled. Due to the inherent complexities of using the asynchronous input and output process, it becomes an expensive affair for the company and utilizes a lot of resources. Managing the