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Network Performance Management: What you Need to Know For IT Operations Management

$39.95

Network Performance Management: What you Need to Know For IT Operations Management

$39.95

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Network performance management consists of measuring, modeling, planning, and optimizing networks to ensure that they carry traffic with the speed, reliability, and capacity that is appropriate for the nature of the application and the cost constraints of the organization.

This book is your ultimate resource for Network Performance Management. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Network Performance Management. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Network Performance Management with the objectivity of experienced IT professionals.

Network performance management consists of measuring, modeling, planning, and optimizing networks to ensure that they carry traffic with the speed, reliability, and capacity that is appropriate for the nature of the application and the cost constraints of the organization.

This book is your ultimate resource for Network Performance Management. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Network Performance Management right away, covering: Network performance management, Lag, Round-trip delay time, Packet loss, Retransmission (data networks), Throughput, Data compression, Encryption, Traffic shaping, Netflow, IP Flow Information Export, RMON, Server log, Synthetic monitoring, Real user monitoring, Quality of experience, Packet analyzer, OPNET, PacketTrap, Plixer International, NetQoS, Capacity management, Capacity planning, Network planning and design, Network monitoring, Performance engineering, Performance tuning, Systems engineering, Computer Measurement Group, Network administrator, Network management, Accelops, Accounting management, ActionPacked! Networks, Active monitor, Admon, AdRem Software, Agent Extensibility Protocol, AiCache, Alarm filtering, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration, Audit Record Generation and Utilization System, Automounter, Autonomic Networking, Avaya Enterprise Switch Manager, Avaya Proactive Voice Quality Management, Avaya Unified Communications Management, Baselining, BaseN, Bidirectional Forwarding Detection, Big Brother (software), Big Sister (software), Bisection bandwidth, CA Spectrum, Cacti (software), CaLStats, Terry Childs, Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager, Collisionless, Common management information protocol, Common management information service, Comparison of network monitoring systems, User talk:Rayaraddi, Console server, CoopNet content distribution system, Cramer Systems, Dataprobe, Desktop and mobile Architecture for System Hardware, Desktop Management Interface, Dhyan Network management System, Digital footprint, Distributed Management Task Force, Element Management, Enterprise numbers, Enterprise project management, EtherApe, EventTracker PULSE, Extromatica Network Monitor, Fault management, FCAPS, FreeNATS, Fully Automatic Installation, Ganglia (software), Goverlan Remote Administration Suite, GridCC, Guidelines for the Definition of Managed Objects, HP Business Service Management, HP OpenView, HP Operations Manager, HP TeMIP Software, IBM Director, In-network management, Information Security Operations Center, Integrated business planning, Intellipool Network Monitor, InterMapper, Internet server monitoring, IP Virtual Server, Ipanema Technologies, IPHost Network Monitor, Ipswitch, Inc., Isyvmon, IT network assurance, Java Management Extensions, JBoss operations network, JConsole, Joint Inter-Domain Management, Jumpnode, Lan-Secure Switch Center, Lanhelper, Load balancing (computing), Log management and intelligence, Log management knowledge base, Loop Management System, Managed object, Management agent, Management information base, MIMIC Simulator, Monitoring and Measurement, Monolith Software, Multi Router Traffic Grapher, N2rrd, Nagios, Net-SNMP, Netcat, NETCONF, NetCrunch, Netdisco, NetLabs, Network element, Network Information Service, Network Load Balancing Services, Network Management Application, Network management model, Network management station, Network operations center, Network traffic measurement, NetXMS, Nimsoft, NIS+, Network to Network Interface, NOC at Georgia State University, OAMP, Object identifier, Observium, Open Grid Forum, OpenKBM, OpenNMS, Opsi, Opsview, Optical performance monitoring, Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center, Organizationally unique identifier, PacketFence, Paessler, Pandora FMS, Panorama9, Passive monitoring, PathSolutions, Network resource planning, Pragma Systems, ProCurve Products, RANCID (software), Raritan Inc., Registered State Change Notification, Remote virtual media, Rollover cable, Route Views, Routers2, RRD Editor, RRDtool, Rsyslog, Salutation (computing), Security management, SFlow, Shinken (software), Simple Network Management Protocol, Sipnms, SNMP multiplexing, SNMPTT, SolarWinds, Structure of Management Information, Syslog, Syslog-ng, Technical assistance center, Telecommunication Management Network model, Telecommunications control software, Telecommunications Management Network, Telecommunications Systems Management, Transaction Language 1, Transposition driven scheduling, Upstream server, User–network interface, Web-Based Enterprise Management, Website monitoring, Website tracking, WhatsUp Gold, Windows Management Instrumentation, WMIX Software, WS-Management, Xymon, Zabbix, Zenoss, Zentyal, Zyrion Traverse. 

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Network Performance Management. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Network Performance Management with the objectivity of experienced IT professionals.

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