A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a large distributed system of servers deployed in multiple data centers across the Internet. The goal of a CDN is to serve content to end-users with high availability and high performance. CDNs serve a large fraction of the Internet content today, including web objects (text, graphics, URLs and scripts), downloadable objects (media files, software, documents), applications (e-commerce, portals), live streaming media, on-demand streaming media, and social networks.
In this research we are evaluating Performance Analysis of content delivery network with non-content delivery network. We will analyze [...]
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LINUX FUTURE OF COMPUTING
This is information age, age of information processing. One of the reasons of developed nations are flourishing is the efficiency and accuracy of their information processing. Internet has bridged nations and people to work in collaboration, work smartly and efficiently. Today we are not hesitant to say nations cannot grow without the effective utilization of information, teamwork, associations and stronger relationships and bonding. Last two decades, is the golden epoch in the history of computing. Internet has emerged to be ubiquitous to almost every point on this globe. Among many of the driving forces [...]
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Linux is one of the best, secure, stable and scalable operating system being used in the industry for last two decades. Linux Certified Engineer (LCE) program is one the best track to become Linux System Engineer. It comprises of three (3) modules. After attending this course, a person will be capable to work efficiently on almost major Linux Distributions like Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Oracle Enterprise Linux, Fedora, Cent OS and many other distributions.
Our training program is designed in such a way that after taking complete training student can go to attempt [...]
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How to Setup Local Yum Repository
Hello guys, in today’s TIP of the Day we are going to explain how to setup local yum repository. There are many advantages of setting up local yum repository. It prevents you to download packages from remote repositories again and again thus saves network bandwidth. You can add your own compiled RPM packages to yum repository so you do not need to transfer the required RPMs across the network this saves time, storage and hassle of transferring to hundreds of servers across the entire netwrok. It also restricts users to install un-necessary [...]
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SSH Password Less Authentication Background
Hello guys, in today’s TIP of the Day we are going to explain how a user can login to a remote SSH server without entering a password. Hey! SSH Password less authentication is not a magic or hacking, we are going to use legitimate SSH Key Based SSH Authentication mechanism. By enable SSH Key Based Authentication a user does not need to enter password every time when connecting to remote server from that machine. Key-based authentication is considered more secure of several modes of authentication useable with OpenSSH, such as plain password and [...]
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