bandwidth throttling


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bandwidth throttling

Adjusting the amount of bandwidth to or from a server. The term is often associated with ISPs that limit the speed to users based on the volume or type of traffic being transmitted.
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It is important to have a solution that helps to prevent data loss by enabling efficient, rapid and transparent backup for business-critical data on laptops and desktops through deduplication, opportunistic scheduling, bandwidth throttling, flexible policy definition, and the intelligence to run a backup only if a file has changed.
MDP will also aid MTN to accomplish, optimise and monetise its data infrastructure and further also would offer improved user experience by employing intelligent bandwidth management techniques, like dynamic bandwidth throttling.
These include Bandwidth Throttling (to emulate various WAN technologies like T1,T3 etc.), Network Latency (to emulate delay characteristics of real world links like satellite), Network Delay Variation (Jitter), Packet Drop, Packet Reordering, Packet Duplication, Logic and FCS ErrorInsertion, and Background Traffic (to emulate congestion).
This enables DataKeeper Cloud Edition to achieve over 90 percent bandwidth utilization and offers nine levels of integrated compression and bandwidth throttling. The new solution can be easily integrated into Microsoft ecosystems without proprietary file systems or technologies and is fully integrated with Microsoft Cluster Services (MSCS) and Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC).
In practice some techniques such as the bandwidth throttling and bandwidth/traffic shaping [16] are available to provide more adaptive bandwidth control.