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For years, traffic shaping was considered a technology for the big boys Currently, even the small boys have a decent amount of bandwidth to share with many people The time to use the best tools available is now at hand, and traffic shaping should be a consideration Many network administrators would be surprised by how many of their day-to-day network problems would be solved by traffic shaping Essentially, traffic shaping is a macroscopic, proactive approach to smoothing out network troubles
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Once information worth protecting is created or obtained, it needs to be stored somewhere Different types of storage systems come with different security risks The following chapters cover the various technologies available for securely storing information
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Mankind creates and collects by nature, so mankind needs a place to put all of its stuff People collect stuff they might need again at some point so they store it for later Security is critical to storage The information stored may or may not be valuable to you at the moment, but it may be valuable to someone else at any time Data Storage systems have weaknesses that are independent of the systems they run on, the applications that access them, and the specific data they contain Many important digital storage systems were not designed with security in mind
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Several effective methods exist for storing information When databases and traditional flat file storage are combined with network file systems data can be stored and retrieved quickly over great distances The following chapters explore how data is stored both locally and over networks: 22, Storage Media, examines the physical devices that hold information 23, Local Filesystems, describe structured environments established on a hard drive that enable it to store files 24, Network Filesystems, shows how a central storage system that can be accessed over a network is convenient and efficient, but also creates a single point of failure 25, Databases, looks at systems that organize a collection of data so it can be easily accessed, queried, and updated
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Introduction to Storing Information
Collecting stuff is part of human nature Many people spend their whole lives accumulating things, and over the course of a lifetime that can mean a lot of stuff Once stuff is acquired, it needs to be put in a place Storage space often becomes a critical element in most peoples lives Sometimes people even need to change their living quarters just to accommodate the volume of stuff they own The digital world is much the same Millions upon millions of 0s and 1s make up the digital items businesses and people want Whether it s software, digital photos, spreadsheet data, or whole databases, those bits need to be stored somewhere The desire for more space in the physical world is mirrored in the digital world Eventually hard drives fill up and people find themselves squeezing their digital possessions into nooks and crannies As computer applications evolve, they seem to be getting larger and larger A word processor fifteen years ago was less than 400 kilobytes in size Today, a word processor requires over 100 megabytes of hard drive space Sometimes we wonder if today s word processor is really any better than the ten-year-old version that was 1/ 250 the size, but we digress Whatever the reason, storage demands have grown exponentially and it appears the trend will continue To meet storage demands, storage technologies have advanced in leaps and bounds Fifteen years ago, an entire room of equipment would have been needed to store the same amount of information that a tiny chip can hold today From punch cards to flash cards, storage systems have come a long way
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