Da:Sourcerer, on 11 June 2013 - 12:48 PM, said:
The concept behind this looks horribly unfit for a webapp, as application and presentation are coupled pretty tightly. Is this an absolutely required feature?
There is a second option, if this topology (3 tier) is not accomplish:
"Where vendor’s product solution architectures only support a 2-tier rather than 3-tier
model, a reverse proxy type arrangement should be implemented in tier 1 (the
outermost and usually the presentation layer) with the application’s presentation and
application layers in tier 2 leaving the database layer in tier 3 (the inner most layer)."
That I think is pretty the same that MVC pattern, but my doubt about it is to deploy the application in at least 2 servers.