What kind of wire protocol is used in a 3-tier server architecture?

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In a typical 3-tier server architecture what kind of wire protocol (such as HTTP) is used? Is it common to see a L7 SLB between Web Tier and APP Tier? Also, in a typical server servicing HTTP request is it common to encounter a large number of static objects - I.E object not generated dynamically based on some computation?

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In a three tier server architecture design, the wire protocol that is most often used is the SOAP type. The three tiers in this type of server architecture are the presentation tier, which communicates with the other two tiers; the application tier, which handles logic and business needs; and the data tier, which houses and stores information. SOAP wire protocol is ideal for servers providing web services.

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