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What is a Network Management?

Added: Tuesday, March 13th 2018 at 3:10am by Shashiteja

A computer network can take a huge burden from the shoulders of employees and workloads, both literally and figuratively. Unfortunately, a network does not always work properly and sometimes a network administrator needs to be involved to solve the problems. Apart from the possible problems, it is also very important to detect possible leaks in the system and to continuously improve the quality of the network using networkmanagement.

What is a computer network?

A computer network is a connection between different computers through which you can communicate with each other. This is usually done via an ethernet , also called LAN (Local Area Network). However, this can also include a larger network such as the internet or WAN (Wide Area Network).


What is network management?

Network management is the management of a computer network during everyday activities. A network administrator maintains the infrastructure of a network, including the area of ​​sufficient capacity, functionality and integrity. You can think of, among other things, the deployment, monitoring and maintenance of switches, routers, firewalls and security. Also maintenance of individual machines such as printers, servers and backup systems is part of the network management.


Administrator Definition:

An administrator is defined as the person (or program) responsible for optimizing and controlling existing resources among several users, that is, managing. Although there are different types of administrators (farms, real estate ...), when we talk about computers we usually talk about systems administrator.


The network administrator

A network administrator helps with daily maintenance and any problems in the computer area . Employees use the network throughout the day, so it is very important that a network administrator is present who can immediately respond to problems.

Network Administrator salary is around $65,000-70,000. 

Network monitoring

This is one of the most intensive tasks of the network administrator. Network monitoring is mapping all events in the network. This can be done automatically , but also manually. It is wise to check what exactly is important to monitor, not everything is equally relevant. The critical and crucial paths that the company uses in the network are the most important, they deserve extra attention because this is the hard core of the company.


What is a Network analyst?

Freelance network Analysts and network specialists focus on the design and security of the network, particularly in solving problems related to providing support services, ensuring that the network is used efficiently and that service quality objectives are achieved.

Hand over network management

You can take care of the network management yourself, but you can also appoint an external network management company that manages your network. This saves a lot of time. It costs a bit of money, but you would have to invest those pennies differently in appointing and training staff to network managers.

1) What should be understood by "system administrator"? 
In the absence of shared regulatory and technical definitions, as part of the provision of the Guarantor, the system administrator is hired as a professional figure dedicated to the management and maintenance of processing facilities with which personal data processing is carried out, including management systems. of databases. complex software systems such as ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems used in large companies and organizations, local networks and security systems, to the extent that personal data can be used to process data.
The Guarantor did not intend to equate the "system operators" referred to the articles of the Criminal Code relating to computer crimes, with the "system administrators": the latter are special system operators, with specific privileges. 
Those who only occasionally intervene (eg, for maintenance purposes following malfunctions or malfunctions) on computer systems and software systems are not included in the definition.


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