Network Performance Optimization
A number of applications, such as VoIP or video-streaming applications, require a lot of bandwidth. And some applications, such as web servers and e-mail servers, can have performance optimized through caching features or through load balancing and high-availability solutions. The following features can be used to optimize performance of networking applications.
Caching is the process of storing data that someone asks for in the hope that someone else will ask for it again. Generally, odds are incredibly good that anytime anyone asks for anything on the Internet, either they or other folks on your LAN will ask for the same thing again—and that’s why caching works so well in so many different ways. Caching ...

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