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MendChrist | CompTIA Network+ | Module 1.9

By: Raul Pop | Related Course: CompTIA Network+ | Published: September 11, 2017 | Modified: September 11, 2017
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NotepadNaas

Network as a service

 

a) Offsite Network

-just need a computer,link to ISP and Naas

-Hosts apps,data,services etc.

 

Pros

-Less management

-Business continuity/backups

-Powerfull resources for less $$

-Scalable

 

Cons

-Less Control/Security Conceps

-Does cost

-Connectivity


NotepadOnsite vs Office

Difference service is hosted:

in house or in cloud

 

Onsite:

-faster response

-more control

-business continuity implications

-staff/training

 

Office:

-Data backups

-Connection delay

-Information control


NotepadVirtual Box

PBX private branch exchange:

telephone switch/call manager

-establish connections

-maintain connections

-disconnect connections

-provide call info

 

Virtual PBX replaces Hardware

-still need call agent

-useful for VOIP

-small office=> large call center


NotepadVirtual Desktops

-Remote Desktop Virtualization

Virtual Desktop ,Remote data

Consistent folders everywhere

Remote Data execution

 

-Local Desktop Virtualization

Virtual machine runs locally

Virtual Disk/Image Synced

Local Resources but constant network is not required


NotepadVirtual Servers

-Servers that provide a full service

-Full physical server may not be needed

-allows for logical distribution/scaleable resources

-Communicater over physical NIC

May install more NIC’s

May install virtual switch


NotepadVirtual Switches

Virtual computers communicating.

Switch like connectivity

Communicate over layer 2

set up vlans

utilize single nic as trunk port


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