By Thomas Shinder
Microsoft's flagship ISA Server supplies the web for your customers!As the call for for net connectivity reaches a fever pitch, procedure directors are being challenged to attach a growing number of platforms to the net with no compromising defense or community functionality. ISA Server 2000 presents procedure directors with a progressive administration infrastructure that addresses the 2 maximum wishes of Enterprise-wide net connectivity: defense and speed.Written by way of best-selling writer of numerous MCSE 2000 learn courses, this ebook will give you the process directors with a close realizing of the entire critiacl gains of Microsoft's flag send web Server. Configuring ISA Server 2000 indicates community directors tips on how to attach a community to the net, hold the relationship, and troubleshoot distant clients' and software program configuration difficulties. * up to date assurance of recent items particular to home windows 2000* indicates community directors how you can offer electronic mail while keeping community protection* specializes in delivering safe distant entry to a community
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We discuss firewalls in general and ISA’s firewall functionality in particular. You will learn about security policies, how Microsoft has improved security in Windows 2000, and how ISA Server fits into your overall network security plan. · Chapter 4: ISA Server Deployment Planning and Design Before you get down to the nitty-gritty of deploying ISA Server in your production network, it is important to plan ahead and have your design goals firmly in mind. This chapter will take you through the process of evaluating your hardware and existing application software, your current network configuration, and determining the best way to incorporate ISA Server to accomplish the results you want without any nasty surprises.
Another aspect of scalability is ease of administration in the large network environment, including centralized administration of multiple servers. A scalable product must support the advanced hardware used in the enterprise environment, including multiple processor machines (discussed in the next section) and those with large amounts of physical memory (RAM). It must be able to support large numbers of simultaneous users. Scalability issues are often divided into three categories: · Scaling up · Scaling out · Scaling down Let’s take a brief look at each.
MPP allows use of an extremely large number of processors (200 or more), all working on the same program via a coordinated interconnected arrangement of data paths that permits messages to be exchanged between the processors. An MPP system is sometimes called a loosely coupled system. MPP is often used for very large data warehousing applications but is significantly more expensive than SMP. NOTE The smallest units of executable code that are processed by a microprocessor are called threads. In order to take advantage of SMP hardware, an operating system must be multithreaded, which means that processes are broken into multiple threads, which can be processed separately.