Administrative Domain


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Administrative Domain

(networking)
(AD) A collection of hosts and routers, and the interconnecting network(s), managed by a single administrative authority.
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These clients can be distributed across multiple media servers as long as they are in the same administrative domain.
Our customers told us they needed a more cost effective, large scale, distributed solution with support for more flexible security models including keyless servers and firewalls or air gaps between various administrative domains," said John Hines, Director of Validation Authority Product Development.
The application of these codes crosses both clinical and administrative domains.
A typical network path crosses hundreds of devices and several administrative domains, so the real challenge is how to solve performance problems despite limited information and control.
The Grid, according to Wells (of Corporate Systems, Texas), is the newest paradigm shift in computing and "is considered to be a decentralized system spanning multiple administrative domains, encompassing multiple platforms and systems.
11 beacon policies to meet the needs of different administrative domains.
This storage clustering technology is defined as a parallel and distributed system that enables the sharing, selection and aggregation of storage resources distributed across multiple administrative domains.
IxNetwork includes a new large-scale, high-productivity ViperCore technology that tests routers and other devices by emulating large numbers of service users, instances and sites spanning multiple administrative domains and underlying technologies.
But to do this requires a cost-efficient way to connect services and eventually resources from the various administrative domains like transport into logical network instances.
Pakistan Peoples Party government undertook broad-based reforms in political, legislative and administrative domains, he added.
SABIC is planning to become an international pioneering company in the field of chemicals, and its strategy is based on scientific research and technological development based on innovation in all operational, productive, developmental and administrative domains, he said.
Today's transport networks are comprised of multiple administrative domains, technology layers, and control and management solutions.
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