Management of Enterprise-Wide Networking Term Paper by writingsensation

Management of Enterprise-Wide Networking
An explanation of the concept of network management, what it entails and its objective.
# 69234 | 3,302 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2006 | US

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This paper describes what is involved in the field of network management. The paper explains that it entails safeguarding the network from threats of unauthorized users, an emphasis on avoiding bottlenecks in the network, making sure network resources are available to the users and attendance to hardware and software failures. The paper also looks at one of the primary tasks of network management, that of preserving and restoring data, and how this process is performed.

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"The common objective of enterprise-wide networking managers has been to ensure centrally managed enterprise-wide data protection for the users in a divergent environment. The enterprise visualizes its capability of preserving and restoring data is an obligation as a dial tone. However, the divergent nature of network storage environment necessitates backup solutions to cater to the requirement of an innumerable number of operating system platforms and media devices. The requirement in such lines is considered as one of the driving forces that led to devising of the standard Network Data Management Protocol -- NDMP, regarded as a scalable solution for such problems by defining a common architecture for preservation and restoration of data located on heterogeneous file servers in the enterprise. (Network Data Management Protocol Primer)"

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