IT - Networks

How To Build A Resilient Network Design
SearchNetworking, October 9th, 2020
Everything fails eventually, even in networking. Enterprises can prepare for network failure by building resilience and redundancy into their network infrastructure design

"Resilience is defined as the ability to recover quickly from a setback or other adversity -- literally, the ability to spring back. So, with computer networks, how do we design resilience into the environment?

This article discusses four factors to consider when considering network resilience, as well as how enterprises can build redundancy into their network infrastructure..."

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