DNS DEFINITION: A canonical name is the properly denoted host name of a computer or network server. A CNAME specifies an alias or nickname for a canonical host name record in a domain name system (DNS) database. In programming, the term "canonical" means "according to the rules." The DNS is the standard method of defining the locations of sites on the Internet, particularly Web sites.
This report from Enterprise Management Associates discusses EMC Ionix Unified Infrastructure Manager (UIM) and how it integrates cross domain change and configuration management for Vblock using a single, common interface.
When troubleshooting application performance issues, there are two steps you can take. First, understand the common causes and, second, use the right tool to diagnose them. Read about these common causes and learn about using the right diagnostic tool to quickly identify and resolve a problem.
Computerworld invited IT and business leaders to participate in a core network services survey that included specific questions about their DNS infrastructures and the costs of IP address management. The following report represents top-line results of that survey and can be used as a benchmark to measure your organization’s core network services.
This paper outlines the failsafe technologies that BlueCat Networks has incorporated into Proteus and Adonis (DNS/DHCP appliances) to protect against a wide variety of potential failure conditions.
NetAcuity IP Intelligence technology provides an excellent way to non-invasively gather new intelligence about the online universe, and Digital Element delivers the de facto standard in IP Intelligence.
This white paper provides IT professionals with a comprehensive guide for how to flawlessly execute tasks for IP management, and recommends best practices for simplifying the IP management process.
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