Solaris Network Failover and Load Spreading Features
Duration: 60 minutes
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This webinar covers the configuration of two types of Solaris network failover and load-spreading features, both of which offer simple but effective solutions for network reliability and efficiency:
• IPMP (Internet Protocol Multi-Pathing) – a facility to create network failover with multiple network interfaces, and with the added benefit of outbound load spreading.
• Link Aggregations – similar to the above, but combines multiple interfaces into one, with full inbound and outbound load spreading. Also provides much more in terms of monitoring and control than IPMP.
Presented by SkillBuilders instructor, Mick Hosegood began his career over twenty years ago at Sun Microsystems. He specializes in Solaris and Linux.
Audience: Anyone working with or interested in the Solaris Operation System.
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