Distributed computing, also known as distributed processing, involves connecting numerous computer servers through a network to form a cluster. This cluster, known as a “distributed system,” enables the sharing of data and coordinating processing power. Distributed computing provides many benefits, such as:

Scalability utilizing a “scale-out architecture”
Enhanced performance leveraging parallelism
Increased resilience by employing redundancy
Cost-effectiveness by utilizing low-cost, commodity hardware

There are two main advantages of distributed computing: 

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