有趣的是，这本书对网络设计师来说非常有用，因为这些错综复杂的失败在网络中被观察到。研究人员认为，在现实世界中，网络的行为方式是一样的(Cachin et al.， 2011)。考虑一下，在分布式编程上下文中理解的过程类似于网络节点。然后，网络节点故障将导致连接节点的计算机出现网络故障和服务中断。网络解构、失败的消息传递、断开和更多将在此上下文中被观察到。尤其是拜占庭式的容错算法导致了规范中的问题。这类似于现有的网络协议(Varela & Agha, 2013)。因此，这本书对于那些希望理解容错、可靠和增强安全性的网络程序员和设计师来说是一个有趣的读物。
The book is interestingly useful for network designers as most of these byzantine failures which are discussed in processes are observed in the case of networks. Researchers argue that in real world environments a network behaves the same way (Cachin et al., 2011). Consider, process as understood in the distributed programming context was to be analogous to a network node. Then the network node failure will result in a state where the computers connected as nodal points would experience network failure and service disruptions. Network decongestions, failed message delivery, disconnection and more would be observed in this context. In particular the Byzantine failure-tolerant style of algorithms leads to problem issues in specification. This is analogous to faulty existing network protocols (Varela & Agha, 2013). The book hence functions as an interesting read for network programmers and designers who are looking to understand fault tolerance, reliable and enhancement of security.