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ISBN:
158053516X
Author:
Matthew Liotine
Category:
Networking & Cloud Computing
Language:
English
Publisher:
Artech House (September 30, 2003)
Pages:
432 pages
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1950 kb
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Mission-Critical Network Planning Paperback – September 30, 2003. Matthew Liotine is currently vice president of BLR Consulting and has formerly served as a product marketing director at AT&T Bell Laboratories.

Mission-Critical Network Planning Paperback – September 30, 2003. by. Matthew Liotine (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. A former president of the Society of Information & Management Science, Chicago Chapter, Dr. Liotine holds a P. in engineering from Princeton University.

Taking a proactive approach to disaster recovery, this book reveals techniques for keeping enterprise data and voice networks in service under critical circumstances, showing how to minimize single points of failure through redundancy and backups, select the right networking technologies to improve survivability, spot vulnerabilities in a network, and build a survivable network infrastructure. Liotine consults in business continuity and security. Download (pdf, . 1 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

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Mission-Critical Network Planning. Mission-critical network planning. For a listing of recent titles in the Artech House Telecommunications Library, turn to the back of this book. Artech House, Inc. Boston, London ww. rtechhouse. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Liotine, Matthew.

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Mission Critical Network Planning. This leading-edge book reveals the techniques and strategies to help professionals keep enterprise data and voice networks in service under critical circumstances. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Mission Critical Network Planning.

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A decade ago, a book on network continuity would have presented a different light on survivability and performance for information technology (IT) environments.

Whether a terrorist attack, fiber cut, security breach, natural disaster or traffic overload, today's networks must be designed to withstand adverse conditions and provide continuous service. This comprehensive, leading-edge book reveals the techniques and strategies to help you keep enterprise data and voice networks in service under critical circumstances. You learn numerous ways to minimize single points of failure through redundancy and backups, and discover how to select the right networking technologies to improve survivability and performance. This unique and timely resource shows you how to spot vulnerabilities in a network, use the protective features of different technologies for continuity and security, and build survivable network infrastructure. Supported with over 150 illustrations, this handy reference goes far beyond typical books dealing with only disaster recovery, to offer you a complete avoidance approach that proactively implements measures to protect infrastructure and systems from unplanned events.
  • Kulalas
I must say that it was very technical and intensively packed for a text that is only about 400 pages long.

I was impressed to think that even though this text is a little dated that all of the material still applies!

Obviously this text was ahead of its time and still tremendously applies. It covers so many things that can go wrong

in a network and how to prevent having an outage of service in regards to planning a network.

I would strongly suggest this text to anyone!
  • Silver Globol
This book presents strategies, practices, and techniques to plan networks that are survivable and have stable behavior. Although the practice of disaster recovery emphasizes restoration from outages and disruptions, this book is not intended to be a book on disaster recovery, Instead, it discusses hot to design survivability and performance into a network, using conventional networking technologies and practices, and how to create the ability to recover from a variety of problems. The author tells you what to look out for and what to keep in mind, and discusses the benefits and caveats of doing things a certain way.

The book doesn't specify individual technologies, products and solutions. It looks at the big picture and emphasizes higher-level architectural strategies.

This book is about network continuity. It is the ability of a network to continue operations in light lf a disruption, regardless of the origins, while resources affected by the disruption are restored. In contrast to disaster recovery, network continuity stresses an avoidance approach that proactively implements measures to protect infrastructure and system from unplanned events, using techniques in distributed redundancy, replication, and network management, to create a self-healing environment.

The book starts with principles of continuity in generic terms: fault mechanics, redundancy, tolerance, topologies, etc. Another chapter is devoted to metrics and measurements like recovery time objective (RTO), recovery point objective (RPO), mean time to failure (MTTF), exposure metrics, cost metrics, risk/loss metrics, performance metrics, and so on. The following chapter list basic networks topologies like star, mesh, ring, bus, etc. There is a chapter devoted to clustering, load balancing, switching and redirection. As about continuity, there are separate chapters devoted to network access continuity, software application continuity, storage continuity and continuity testing.

Each chapter throughout the book is completed by a references section, which points to various magazine articles.

I also recommend "Resilient Storage Networks" by Greg Schulz in addition to this book.