What is RPC?

Remote Procedure Call (RPC) is an interprocess communication technique that allows client and server software to communicate.

Computer operating systems and programs have steadily gotten more complex over the years. The growing intricacy of systems makes it more difficult for developers to avoid errors during the development process.

RPC is designed to mitigate these issues by providing a common interface between applications. RPC serves as a go-between for client/server communications. RPC is designed to make client/server interaction easier and safer by factoring out comon tasks, such as security, synchronization, and data flow handing., into a common library so that developers do not have to dedicate the time and effort into developing their own solutions.