Home | Amazing | Today | Tags | Publishers | Years | Account | Search 
Content Networking Fundamentals

Buy
Content Networking Fundamentals, 9781587052408 (1587052407), Cisco Press, 2006

A comprehensive introduction to the theory and practical applications of content networking 

  • Get a strong introduction to the basic networking concepts necessary for content networking, including network address translation, IP multicast content delivery, quality of service, and streaming media

  • Master the application-layer protocols, including HTTP, SSL, RSTP, RTP and FTP

  • Design redundancy and high availability by using server load balancing, Domain Name System (DNS) directory services, Cisco DistributedDirector software, proximity-based load balancing, and global sticky databases

  • Learn to switch and offload encrypted content by importing, creating, and configuring certificates and keys in Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) termination devices

  • Examine how to configure routers with Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP) and to switch content requests to content engines for serving frequently requested objects

  • Learn how to configure caching, live push- and pull-splitting, content acquisitioning, and pre-positioning using Cisco Application and Content Networking System (ACNS) software

Content networking is the most popular technology used to enhance network and application performance. The growth of content networking has been driven by end-user demands for richer content and lowered response times. These demands have caused the field of content networking to flourish with technological advances. Today many companies use content networking to add a layer of intelligence to their systems, scaling server availability and optimizing content delivery.

Content Networking Fundamentals introduces you to content networking solutions and the underlying networking technologies that content networking uses to accelerate your applications in new and unique ways. You'll discover various algorithms behind content networking and learn how the Cisco Systems® product suite implements them.

In this comprehensive guide, you start with a review of the protocols required for content networking, building your knowledge of introductory concepts and applications. From there, you delve into the components specific to content networking, with a focus on the content-aware Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Layers 4 through 7. Numerous deployment examples help you understand the more advanced topics. You can use the configuration snapshots in this book as skeletal configurations for your production network.

Following the valuable lessons taught in Content Networking Fundamentals, you'll be able to effectively design, deploy, maintain, and troubleshoot content networks.

(HTML tags aren't allowed.)

Windows XP for Starters: Exactly What You Need to Get Started (Missing Manual)
Windows XP for Starters: Exactly What You Need to Get Started (Missing Manual)

Windows XP powers millions of PCs and is without a doubt the most widely used operating system in the world today. This rock solid operating system offers dozens of features for consumers, plus powerful applications and integrated networking tools all blended into an elegant interface. But working your way through all of these...

Introducing HTML5 (Voices That Matter)
Introducing HTML5 (Voices That Matter)

Suddenly, everyone’s talking about HTML5, and ready or not, you need to get acquainted with this powerful new development in web and application design. Some of its new features are already being implemented by existing browsers, and much more is around the corner.
 
Written by developers who have been using the new
...

101 Ways to Really Satisfy Your Customers: How to Keep Your Customers and Attract New Ones
101 Ways to Really Satisfy Your Customers: How to Keep Your Customers and Attract New Ones
"Full of practical tips to improve customer service and maintain a level of excellence." -- Greater Hartford Business Times

"Griffiths offers pragmatic advice and straightforward strategies for pleasing customers." -- Customer Relationship Management

...

Advanced Lectures on Software Engineering: LASER Summer School 2007/2008
Advanced Lectures on Software Engineering: LASER Summer School 2007/2008

Software defects lead to enormous costs for the software industry and society as a whole. While testing is useful to find bugs, it is insufficient to show the absence of certain kinds of errors or that a program satisfies its specification. Such high levels of software quality can be achieved by software verification, that is, by proving the...

Mastering Turbo Assembler
Mastering Turbo Assembler
Written by nationally known, best-selling author Tom Swan, this book provides a complete introduction to programming as well as thorough coverage of intermediate and advanced topics.

Programmers are always arguing about which language is the best. Try to win C programmers over to Pascal and they'll tell you to go eat quiche. Try to get
...
GPRS: Gateway to Third Generation Mobile Networks
GPRS: Gateway to Third Generation Mobile Networks
This book is the second in its series. Many readers will also know my first
Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) book, which was written
during my time in the United States from 1996 to 1998. For this new book
on general packet radio service (GPRS) and high speed circuit switched data
(HSCSD), I have had considerable
...
©2019 LearnIT (support@pdfchm.net) - Privacy Policy