JUNOS High Availability: Best Practices for High Network Uptime (Animal Guide)
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JUNOS High Availability will help you save time and money. With this book's valuable advice on software upgrades, scalability, remote network monitoring and management, high-availability protocols such as VRRP, and more, you'll have your network uptime at the five, six, or even seven nines -- or 99.99999% of the time.Rather than focus on "greenfield" designs, the authors explain how to intelligently modify multi-vendor networks. You'll learn to adapt new devices to existing protocols and platforms, and deploy continuous systems even when reporting scheduled downtime. Manage network equipment with Best Common PracticesEnhance scalability by adjusting network designs and protocolsCombine the IGP and BGP networks of two merging companiesPerform network auditsIdentify JUNOScripting techniques to maintain high availabilitySecure network equipment against breaches, and contain DoS attacksAutomate network configuration through specific strategies and toolsThis book is a core part of the Juniper Networks Technical Library™.. Whether
His former employers include The Analysis Corporation (TAC), Ericsson IP Infrastructure, and Automated Data Processing. James spent five years as an Engineer in Residence for Federal customers and has been in the networks industry for the last twelve years. James was a co-author on "Juniper Networks Reference Guide. About the AuthorJames Sonderegger (JNCIE-M #130, JNCIS-FWV, JNCIS-ER, and Juniper Certified Instructor) holds a MS in IT Management and is a Resident Engineer Manager on Juniper Networks' Professional Services Team. Routing, Configuration, and Architecture", ISBN 0201775921, Addison-Wesley Publishing, 2002.
Stefan Fouant said High Praises for JUNOS High Availability. Building a network capable of providing connectivity for simple business applications is a fairly straightforward and well-understood process. However, building networks capable of surviving varying degrees of failure and providing connectivity for mission-critical applications is a completely different story. After all, what separates a good network from a great network is how well it can withstand failures and how rapidly it can respond to them.While there are a great deal of books and resources available to assist the network designer in
His former employers include The Analysis Corporation (TAC), Ericsson IP Infrastructure, and Automated Data Processing. James Sonderegger (JNCIE-M #130, JNCIS-FWV, JNCIS-ER, and Juniper Certified Instructor) holds a MS in IT Management and is a Resident Engineer Manager on Juniper Networks' Professional Services Team. Routing, Conf