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Colocation centre
CITmail
ClueNet
Data Foundry
DNS hosting service
E-mail hosting service
FiberMedia Group
Internet hosting service
ISPConfig
Linode
Managed dedicated server
Neutral Tandem
Peer 1
PicoSpan
RAF Ash
Shell account
Socket (Telecommunications Provider)
Telehouse America
Telehouse Europe
TuxFamily
UKFast
Virtual Internet
6bone
Adaptive quality of service multi-hop routing
Address pool
AiCache
aiCache
ALP-IX
Any-source multicast
Anycast
anycast
Application layer framing
AtlantaIX
Autonomous system (Internet)
Internet backbone
BCIX
Border Gateway Multicast Protocol
•Border Gateway Multicast Protocol [3]
Border Gateway Protocol
Boston MXP
CastGate
CIDR notation
Classful network
Classless Inter-Domain Routing
Clean Slate Program
COinS
Connection-oriented protocol
List of connection-oriented protocols
Connectionless protocol
Core router
Dark Internet
DataPortability
DE-CIX
Default route
Differentiated services
DIMES
European Commercial Internet Exchange
European Commercial Internet Exchange (ECIX)
End system
End-to-end connectivity
End-to-end principle
Fate-sharing
Forwarding plane
Gateway (telecommunications)
HERMES-A/MINOTAUR
Identifier/Locator Network Protocol
Information Transfer Node
Integrated services
Internet transit
ip (struct)
IP fragmentation
IP over Avian Carriers
IPv4 address exhaustion
IPv4 subnetting reference
localhost
Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol
LONAP
London Internet Exchange
London Internet Providers Exchange
London Internet Providers EXchange
The London Internet Providers EXchange
Longest prefix match
Loopback
Loose Source Routing
Luleå algorithm
Mbone
MetaLib
Metaserver
Milan Internet eXchange
Multicast
Multihoming
Mzima Networks
National Science Foundation Network
Network access point
Network address translation
Network Load Balancing
Northern Lights Local Exchange Point
Name Northern Lights Local Exchange Point
Online Presence Ontology
OpenURL
OpenURL knowledge base
Opte Project
Overlay multicast
Peering
Per-Hop Behaviour
Private network
Proxy server
PSIRP
QPPB
Quality of service
Resource Public Key Infrastructure
Resource reservation protocol
Reverse proxy
Route Views
Router
Routing
Routing Assets Database
Routing control plane
Routing Policy Specification Language
Routing table
RSVP-TE
Seattle Internet Exchange
Name Seattle Internet Exchange
Secure multicast
Secure Multicast
Semaphore Flag Signaling System
Site Multihoming by IPv6 Intermediation
Software router
Subnetwork
Tier 1 network
Tier 2 network
Time to live
Transfer secret
Unicast
Herbert Van de Sompel
Wildcard mask
WORK-IX
XCAST
Client–server model
Server (computing)
Standalone server
Aloaha FAX Suite
Apache Avalon
Apcupsd
Application server
AS112
Authentication server
BDII
BluOnyx
Camping (computing)
CardDAV
Cassini Web Server
Coadunation
CoDeeN
Common Gateway Interface
Communications server
Compile farm
Daemon (computing)
Data center
Database server
Dhcpd
Dynamo Application Server
Fax server
File server
Firefly Media Server
Forking proxy
FTP servlet
FTPmail
GNUstepWeb
Home server
IBM LAN Server
Include vulnerability
IP Virtual Server
Kestrel (software)
Koha (software)
Linux Terminal Server Project
Liquid Computing
List of UPnP AV media servers and clients
Load balancing (computing)
Looking Glass servers
MANOC
Media server
Network service
network service
Network UPS Tools
Physicalization
Pixo Mobile Download Server
PowerChute
Print server
Private server
Production Fax
Pvserver
pvServer
Redundant Array of Inexpensive Servers
RedDwarf Server
Remote Database Access
Server room
SafeSquid
Sambar Server
Sealed server
Secondary database server
Server administrator
Server Change Number
Server farm
Server log
Server proxy
Server sunset
Server-side
ServerNet
SnapStream Server
SnapStream Media
Sound server
SQL Server
Squeezebox Server
Squirrel (DHT)
Stateless protocol
Sunsite
Super-server
Tcat Server
Terminology Server
Time Capsule (Apple)
TNAPS Application Server
Type Application server
TwonkyMedia server
Ultravox (software)
Uploading and downloading
Upmarket
UPnP AV media server
Virtual private server
Web server
Windows Home Server
Workflow engine
WWW Interactive Multipurpose Server
WWW Interactive Multipurpose Server (WIMS)
X Font Server
yDecode
yProxy
1.yProxy
1&1 Internet
Angelfire
AOL Hometown
Application Packaging Standard
Atrivo
Attenda
Backblaze
Baifox
BaseKit
BigRock
Blog comment hosting service
List of blog comment hosting services
BlueCentral
Bluehost
Bulletproof hosting
CityMax
Claranet
Clesh
Cloud.bg
CloudSigma
CLOUDSIGMA AG
Clustered web hosting
Colocation America
Concentric Hosting
Crashplan
Dedicated hosting service
Doteasy
EstDomains
Eworldhost
eWorldHost
Fantastico (web hosting)
FORscene
Free web hosting service
Froxlor
GeoCities
Glimps Creatives
GlowHost
GNUPanel
Go Daddy
Green hosting
Guild hosting service
H-Sphere
Homestead Technologies
HostGator
Image server
Infinitely Virtual
Installatron
Installatron (Script Installer)
Internet Application Management
Internet Application Management[1]
Invitation system
Ipage
ispCP
IspCP
Jimdo
MachPanel
Media Temple
Melbourne IT
Moonfruit
Mozy
MVS Info Tech
MVS Info tech
NaviSite
NearlyFreeSpeech.NET
OpSource
Ourproject.org
OurProject.org
Overselling
Parallels Plesk Billing
Parcom
Peer-to-peer web hosting
Piczo
The Planet Internet Services
platformic
Platformic
Plesk
ProStores
Rackspace
Reseller web hosting
Servage Hosting
Server Name Indication
ServerBeach
Shared web hosting service
Slide hosting service
Social network hosting service
List of social network hosting services
SOS Backup
SOS Online Backup
Squarespace
StartLogic
Steadfast Networks
Storage service provider
Superb Internet
SysCP
Tripod.com
uCoz
Verio
Virtual hosting
VPLS Inc
VPLS Inc
Warrant canary
Web Hosting Magazine
Web hosting service
Web.com (1995 – 2007)
Webnode
Webs (web hosting)
Weebly
WestHost
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Data Center Colocation: High-impact Technology - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors

Data Center Colocation: High-impact Technology - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors

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Published by Emereo Publishing
A colocation centre (also spelled collocation, colo, or coloc) or carrier hotel is a type of data center where colocation services are provided. Colocation allows multiple customers to locate network, server, and storage gear- and connect them to a variety of telecommunications and network service providers- with a minimum of cost and complexity. Most Internet exchange points provide colocation.

This book is your ultimate resource for Data Center Colocation. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Data Center Colocation right away, covering: Colocation centre, CITmail, ClueNet, Data Foundry, DNS hosting service, E-mail hosting service, FiberMedia Group, Internet hosting service, ISPConfig, Linode, Managed dedicated server, Neutral Tandem, Peer 1, PicoSpan, RAF Ash, Shell account, Socket (Telecommunications Provider), Telehouse America, Telehouse Europe, TuxFamily, UKFast, Virtual Internet, 6bone, Adaptive quality of service multi-hop routing., Address pool, AiCache, ALP-IX, Any-source multicast, Anycast, Application layer framing, AtlantaIX, Autonomous system (Internet), Internet backbone, BCIX, Border Gateway Multicast Protocol, Border Gateway Protocol, Boston MXP, CastGate, CIDR notation, Classful network, Classless Inter-Domain Routing, Clean Slate Program, COinS, Connection-oriented protocol, Connectionless protocol, Core router, Dark Internet, DataPortability, DE-CIX, Default route, Differentiated services, DIMES, European Commercial Internet Exchange, End system, End-to-end connectivity, End-to-end principle, Fate-sharing, Forwarding plane, Gateway (telecommunications), HERMES-A/MINOTAUR, Identifier/Locator Network Protocol, Information Transfer Node, Integrated services, Internet Architecture Board, Internet Mapping Project, Internet Mix, Internet number, Internet Routing Registry, Internet traffic engineering, Internet transit, Ip (struct), IP fragmentation, IP over Avian Carriers, IPv4 address exhaustion, IPv4 subnetting reference, Localhost, Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol, LONAP, London Internet Exchange, London Internet Providers Exchange, Longest prefix match, Loopback, Loose Source Routing, Luleå algorithm, Mbone, MetaLib, Metaserver, Milan Internet eXchange, Multicast, Multihoming, Mzima Networks, National Science Foundation Network, Network access point, Network address translation, Network Load Balancing, Northern Lights Local Exchange Point, Online Presence Ontology, OpenURL, OpenURL knowledge base, Opte Project, Overlay multicast, Peering, Per-Hop Behaviour, Private network, Proxy server, PSIRP, QPPB, Quality of service, Resource Public Key Infrastructure, Resource reservation protocol, Reverse proxy, Route Views, Router, Routing, Routing Assets Database, Routing control plane, Routing Policy Specification Language, Routing table, RSVP-TE, Seattle Internet Exchange, Secure multicast, Semaphore Flag Signaling System, Site Multihoming by IPv6 Intermediation, Software router, Subnetwork, TCP global synchronization, TelecityGroup, Tier 1 network, Tier 2 network, Time to live, Transfer secret, Unicast, Herbert Van de Sompel, Wildcard mask, WORK-IX, XCAST, Client–server model, Server (computing), Standalone server, Aloaha FAX Suite, Apache Avalon, Apcupsd, Application server, AS112, Authentication server, BDII, BluOnyx, Camping (computing), CardDAV, Cassini Web Server, Coadunation, CoDeeN, Common Gateway Interface, Communications server, Compile farm, Daemon (computing), Data center, Database server, Dhcpd...and much more

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Data Center Colocation. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Data Center Colocation with the objectivity of experienced professionals.
A colocation centre (also spelled collocation, colo, or coloc) or carrier hotel is a type of data center where colocation services are provided. Colocation allows multiple customers to locate network, server, and storage gear- and connect them to a variety of telecommunications and network service providers- with a minimum of cost and complexity. Most Internet exchange points provide colocation.

This book is your ultimate resource for Data Center Colocation. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Data Center Colocation right away, covering: Colocation centre, CITmail, ClueNet, Data Foundry, DNS hosting service, E-mail hosting service, FiberMedia Group, Internet hosting service, ISPConfig, Linode, Managed dedicated server, Neutral Tandem, Peer 1, PicoSpan, RAF Ash, Shell account, Socket (Telecommunications Provider), Telehouse America, Telehouse Europe, TuxFamily, UKFast, Virtual Internet, 6bone, Adaptive quality of service multi-hop routing., Address pool, AiCache, ALP-IX, Any-source multicast, Anycast, Application layer framing, AtlantaIX, Autonomous system (Internet), Internet backbone, BCIX, Border Gateway Multicast Protocol, Border Gateway Protocol, Boston MXP, CastGate, CIDR notation, Classful network, Classless Inter-Domain Routing, Clean Slate Program, COinS, Connection-oriented protocol, Connectionless protocol, Core router, Dark Internet, DataPortability, DE-CIX, Default route, Differentiated services, DIMES, European Commercial Internet Exchange, End system, End-to-end connectivity, End-to-end principle, Fate-sharing, Forwarding plane, Gateway (telecommunications), HERMES-A/MINOTAUR, Identifier/Locator Network Protocol, Information Transfer Node, Integrated services, Internet Architecture Board, Internet Mapping Project, Internet Mix, Internet number, Internet Routing Registry, Internet traffic engineering, Internet transit, Ip (struct), IP fragmentation, IP over Avian Carriers, IPv4 address exhaustion, IPv4 subnetting reference, Localhost, Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol, LONAP, London Internet Exchange, London Internet Providers Exchange, Longest prefix match, Loopback, Loose Source Routing, Luleå algorithm, Mbone, MetaLib, Metaserver, Milan Internet eXchange, Multicast, Multihoming, Mzima Networks, National Science Foundation Network, Network access point, Network address translation, Network Load Balancing, Northern Lights Local Exchange Point, Online Presence Ontology, OpenURL, OpenURL knowledge base, Opte Project, Overlay multicast, Peering, Per-Hop Behaviour, Private network, Proxy server, PSIRP, QPPB, Quality of service, Resource Public Key Infrastructure, Resource reservation protocol, Reverse proxy, Route Views, Router, Routing, Routing Assets Database, Routing control plane, Routing Policy Specification Language, Routing table, RSVP-TE, Seattle Internet Exchange, Secure multicast, Semaphore Flag Signaling System, Site Multihoming by IPv6 Intermediation, Software router, Subnetwork, TCP global synchronization, TelecityGroup, Tier 1 network, Tier 2 network, Time to live, Transfer secret, Unicast, Herbert Van de Sompel, Wildcard mask, WORK-IX, XCAST, Client–server model, Server (computing), Standalone server, Aloaha FAX Suite, Apache Avalon, Apcupsd, Application server, AS112, Authentication server, BDII, BluOnyx, Camping (computing), CardDAV, Cassini Web Server, Coadunation, CoDeeN, Common Gateway Interface, Communications server, Compile farm, Daemon (computing), Data center, Database server, Dhcpd...and much more

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Data Center Colocation. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Data Center Colocation with the objectivity of experienced professionals.

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