Networking Technical Terms – Part 2

What is Hypervisor ?

A Hypervisor is otherwise called as Virtual Machine Monitor. A Hypervisor is a computer software or Firmware or Hardware which is used to create and run the Virtual Machines.

What is VM Connect ?

VM Connect is called as the Virtual Machine Connection, It is a tool which was used to connect to a virtual machine. After that connection is made you can install or interact with the guest operating system in the virtual machine.

What is RDS – Remote Desktop Service ?

Remote Desktop Service is otherwise called as the Terminal Service in the Windows 2008 and the earlier Windows Server Operating System. RDS is used for connect or to take control of the remote machines or Virtual Machines over the Network Connection.

What is SMB – Sever Message Block ?

Server Message Block is a message format which was used in the Windows and DOS Operating System to share files, directories and network devices. SMB was used by most of the platform to share the files. UNIX also use SMB in the Samba Services to share the files between the UNIX and Windows Operating System.

What is Throughput ?

The amount of data transferred from one place to another place in a specific amount of time is called as throughput.

What is Qos – Quality of Service ?

Quality of service is used to check the performance of the computer network. The Performance includes error rates, bandwidth, throughput, transmission delay, availability, jitter, etc.

What is Storage Qos – Storage Quality of Service ?

Storage Qos is used to check the Performance of the Storage devices. It helps to avoid allocating extra resources to the storage devices.

What is SAS – Serial Attached SCSI ?

SAS is latest interface which was used in the SCSI. It helps in transferring the data between the host machines and the storage devices with high performance. (AKA) It was a thin digital medium which is used to transfer the data at high speeds. SAS offers a data transfer speed of about 3 gigabits per second

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