One of the key scenarios for implementing remoting is the concentration of business logic on one or more central servers. This considerably simplifies the maintainability and operability of large-scale applications. Changes in business logic do not entail your having to roll out an application to your organization's 10,000 worldwide users—you just have to update one single server.
When this centralized business logic is shared among different applications, this labor-saving effect multiplies considerably; instead of patching several applications, you just have to change the server's implementation.
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