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Generally, the architecture refers to splitting each piece of the application’s functionality into separate components based on what they do and grouping each kind of component into a single logical tier.

The three-tier architecture has become popular today because it answers most of the problems discussed so far by splitting an application’s functionality unit into three logical tiers:

• The presentation tier

• The business tier

• The data tier

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